Alexander Zorniger

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Alexander Zorniger (born 8 October 1967) is a German professional football manager who is the manager of Greuther Fürth. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Alexander Zorniger has received more than 173,651 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia. Alexander Zorniger is the 347th most popular coach (down from 278th in 2019), the 5,795th most popular biography from Germany (down from 4,816th in 2019) and the 34th most popular German Coach.

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  • 3.11

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)


Among coaches, Alexander Zorniger ranks 347 out of 471Before him are Otacílio Gonçalves, Tom Saintfiet, Vincenzo Italiano, Tony Pulis, Marco Pezzaiuoli, and Aleksandar Janković. After him are Patrizio Sala, Alexandré Pölking, Markus Gisdol, Vadão, Fabio Liverani, and Pako Ayestarán.

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Among people born in 1967, Alexander Zorniger ranks 487Before him are Mikhail Shchennikov, Paul Accola, Marcelo Balboa, Coffi Codjia, Kevin Macdonald, and William DuVall. After him are Jasmin Tabatabai, Claudio Biaggio, Jason Cooper, Nele Neuhaus, Neil Gorsuch, and Eric Close.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Alexander Zorniger ranks 5,795 out of 7,253Before him are Anni Friesinger-Postma (1977), Michael Schulz (1961), Udo Kiessling (1955), Wolfgang Güldenpfennig (1951), Alexander Dreymon (1983), and Gerhard Thiele (1953). After him are Bernd Dreher (1966), Katja Seizinger (1972), Volker Beck (1956), Nele Neuhaus (1967), Dieter Kühn (1956), and Rainer Simon (1941).

Among COACHES In Germany

Among coaches born in Germany, Alexander Zorniger ranks 34Before him are Edin Terzić (1982), Wolfgang Sidka (1954), Willi Multhaup (1903), Matthias Jaissle (1988), Vincenzo Italiano (1977), and Marco Pezzaiuoli (1968). After him are Markus Gisdol (1969), David Wagner (1971), Dino Toppmöller (1980), Mirko Slomka (1967), Sandro Schwarz (1978), and Sigi Schmid (1953).