Joachim "Jogi" Loew guided a young German side all the way to a third place finish despite the absence of their star player by having his team play the way he dresses: cool, confident, and with a dash of flair. Not only did the man school opposing coaches in the art of well-cut clothes and put on a master class in sideline sartorialism, but he even had the moxie to make his assistant coach wear matching outfits as if they were in some aging boy band. Periwinkle sweaters! That is leadership. Nicholas Sabloff, The Huffington Post

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