Christian Gross

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Christian Jürgen Gross (born 14 August 1954) is a Swiss football manager and former player who most recently coached Schalke 04. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Christian Gross has received more than 320,344 page views. His biography is available in 22 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 20 in 2019). Christian Gross is the 146th most popular coach (down from 128th in 2019), the 345th most popular biography from Switzerland (down from 286th in 2019) and the 3rd most popular Swiss Coach.

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Among coaches, Christian Gross ranks 146 out of 329Before him are Revaz Dzodzuashvili, Anatoliy Byshovets, Martin Jol, Harry Redknapp, Oswaldo de Oliveira, and Albert Shesternyov. After him are Hugo Broos, Josip Kuže, Slavoljub Muslin, Roberto Sensini, Fritz Buchloh, and Valdeir Vieira.

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Among people born in 1954, Christian Gross ranks 175Before him are Didier Six, Alice Krige, Ricardo Bochini, Władysław Żmuda, Eric Johnson, and Hisao Sekiguchi. After him are Frank Bainimarama, Alex Salmond, Juanito, Philippe Alliot, Kader Abdolah, and François Van der Elst.

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In Switzerland

Among people born in Switzerland, Christian Gross ranks 345 out of 749Before him are Bernhard Hammer (1822), Nicolas Bouvier (1929), Françoise Giroud (1916), Georges Miez (1904), Aurèle Nicolet (1926), and Guy Parmelin (1959). After him are Constant Fornerod (1819), Hector Hodler (1887), Walter Thurnherr (1963), Heinrich Zollinger (1818), Jacques-Louis Soret (1827), and Charles Antenen (1929).

Among COACHES In Switzerland

Among coaches born in Switzerland, Christian Gross ranks 3Before him are Lucien Favre (1957) and Köbi Kuhn (1943). After him are Mattia Binotto (1969), Martin Schmidt (1967), and Sébastien Fournier (1971).