Germany end the year with their first 'Nullnummer' for two years, but Jogi sees the game's plus points, particularly as regards the team's defence.
Stalemate between Netherlands and Germany - UEFA match page
"This was a positive game for me," said the 52-year-old Löw.Germany look on the bright side after dull draw - from bundesliga.com
"I'm highly-motivated," said Löw. "Our goals have not changed because of the latest results. The team has immense potential, but they still have to mature. We'll spend the winter analysing things and then go into the new year full of energy."Germany team must mature, says Joachim Löw
"When we have stuck to our playing style, we had no problems," said Löw, when asked to sum up 2012, with his team top of their World Cup qualifying group.Match report and players rating from goal.com
Detailed match analysis (in English) from Schwarz und Weiß
Bundestrainer Löw: "Wir haben gute Alternativen" - On dfb.de Jogi speaks of being fully motivated for 2013 and if anyone who says otherwise, they don't know him!
Joachim Löw: "Natürlich tut so ein Spiel allen gut" - a post match interview with Jogi
Starting Line-Up: Manuel Neuer, Benedikt Höwedes, Per Mertesacker, Mats Hummels, Philipp Lahm, Lars Bender (Sven Bender 82') Ilkay Gündogan, Thomas Müller (Andre Schürrle 84') Lewis Holtby (Roman Neustädter 87') Marco Reus (Julian Draxler 90'), Mario Götze (Lukas Podolski 72')
Löw looks to fringe players
"I am looking forward to the game against Holland. For me, every international game is of great importance and gives us many insights," he said at Tuesday's press conference.Löw eager for Germans to stay on attack
"Generally, we will remain true to our offensive style, we have the players who have the skills."German virtues are now about technically good players playing attacking football."Germany seek strength in adversity
"Six of our squad could still play in the Under-21s and it's part of our philosophy to build players like this into our squad so they get to know how things work here," explained Löw."I've spoken to the doctors and when the doctors say it's a risk fielding the players, I believe them," Low explained in answer to questions about the validity of some of the withdrawals.
Asked if Podolski could replace Klose for the game at the Amsterdam ArenA, Low dismissed the idea, saying: "Lukas could play up front, but it's not his ideal position. He is more of a player who can impress behind central attack." from espn.com
Löw: "Das Spiel bringt uns viele Erkenntnisse" - from dfb.de
Löw: Retourkutsche für van Gaal - Louis Van Gaal is reminded of what was not his 'finest hour' - failing to qualify for the 2002 World Cup finals, in response to his comments that Jogi had won 'little'! He did however say that he appreciated Van Gaal's qualities as a coach and how he had inspired Holland since their early Euro exit!
Löw: "Nicht zu viel Risiko gehen" - a summary of the press conference.
Der Schöne und das Biest - 13 October 2012
The squad arrive in Amsterdam - video from SID
"We want to finish the year on a good note, and win over our fans with a good performance,'' Germany coach Joachim Löw said.As the team flew out to Amsterdam Monday, Schalke 04 midfielder Lewis Holtby was also called up to join the squad. Shortly after it was announced that both Mesut Özil and Miroslav Klose had also withdrawn due to injuries. - 12 November 2012
"From an educational point of view, it would be the wrong approach if we spend a few hours talking about the Sweden game," said Löw.Jerome Boateng and Marcel Schmelzer have both had to withdraw from the squad. Boateng suffered a muscle tear during Bayern Munich's Bundesliga 2-0 win against Eintracht Frankfurt, and Schmelzer with the foot injury which kept him out of the Sweden game. - 11 November 2012
Further withdrawals have also come from midfielders Bastian Schweinsteiger and Toni Kroos, and late Sunday Jogi called-up Frankfurt's Sebastian Jung and Dortmund's Sven Bender to the squad.
Adler gets Germany recall, Neustadter included - 9 November 2012
"I am delighted that Rene has been able to get back to his best again after his long injury," said Löw.The full Germany squad for the friendly against the Netherlands is as follows:
Goalkeepers: Manuel Neuer (FC Bayern Munich), René Adler (Hamburger SV)
Defenders: Jerome Boateng, Philipp Lahm (both FC Bayern Munich), Benedikt Höwedes (FC Schalke 04), Mats Hummels, Marcel Schmelzer (both Borussia Dortmund), Per Mertesacker (Arsenal), Heiko Westermann (Hamburger SV)
Midfielders: Lars Bender, Andre Schurrle (both Bayer 04 Leverkusen), Julian Draxler, Roman Neustadter (both FC Schalke), Mario Götze, Ilkay Gundogan, Marco Reus (all Borussia Dortmund), Toni Kroos, Thomas Müller, Bastian Schweinsteiger (all FC Bayern Munich), Mesut Özil (Real Madrid), Lukas Podolski (Arsenal)
Forwards: Miroslav Klose (Lazio)
Löw wehrt sich gegen van Gaals Vorwürfe - 1 November 2012
Last updated 26 November 2012.