Jogi Löw provides his first gross moments of Euro 2016
June 12, 2016
Does Jogi Löw realise the camera is always watching? pic.twitter.com/0It5UAKTK3
— Ian Walsh (@walsh_i) June 12, 2016
Germany manager Jogi Löw has made a habit of picking his nose at major tournaments. But when you’re a world champion, you need to change your game up in order to keep everyone guessing. So during Germany’s Euro 2016 opener against Ukraine, Löw unveiled a couple of gross new moves that are on a whole new level.
First, Löw shoved his hand down the front of his pants and then held his fingers under his nose. Gross, yes, but for a world champ, this is a rather pedestrian show of simply not caring. This was just a warm-up, so to speak.
(parte seconda) pic.twitter.com/fcXCe5YYUj
— Picchio (@Picchio_10) June 12, 2016
Löw then shoved the same hand down the back of his pants, rooted around in there and pulled out something. Now, we can speculate all day as to what this something was, but I’d like to regain my appetite at some point in my lifetime and I’m sure you would, too. Of course, Löw then finished with another finger sniff.
Previously in Jogi Löw grossness:
Picking his nose and eating the harvest while sitting in Jurgen Klinsmann’s shadow at the 2006 World Cup…
Doing it again as the top dog at the 2010 World Cup…
And again at Euro 2012…
And picking his nose, then shaking Cristiano Ronaldo’s hand at the 2014 World Cup…
If he is once again on Germany’s bench for the 2018 World Cup, there is no telling what depraved acts he will commit in front of the cameras.