Joachim Low to call a crisis meeting over poor Germany form - report

Die Mannschaft have been on the receiving end of consecutive losses, and their trainer is rumoured to be planning an assembly to discuss the problems of the team

Germany coach Joachim Low will meet with his coaching staff before the DFB Eleven's next two fixtures in order to discuss the recent woes of the side, according to Bild.

Consecutive defeats to Italy and Argentina has prompted plenty of criticism towards Die Mannschaft, who last won an international tournament in 1996.

The coaching staff, including assistant Hansi Flick and goalkeeper coach Andreas Kopke will meet over the next few weeks to analyse the errors made by the team.

Germany legend Oliver Kahn has been vocal in criticising Low, questioning his tactics in the 0-2 loss to Italy, and even called the team "naive".

Die Mannschaft will host Faroe Islands on September 7 in Hannover, before travelling to Vienna to face Austria on September 11.