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Holger Osieck

1948 - Today

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Holger Osieck (born 31 August 1948) is a German football manager who last managed the Australian national association football team. Prior to the Australian role, he most recently managed J. League club Urawa Red Diamonds, where he won the 2007 AFC Champions League. He served as an assistant coach of the West Germany national football team when they won the 1990 FIFA World Cup. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Holger Osieck has received more than 68,535 page views. His biography is available in 29 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 26 in 2019). Holger Osieck is the 118th most popular coach (up from 132nd in 2019), the 2,916th most popular biography from Germany (down from 2,564th in 2019) and the 18th most popular German Coach.

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Among COACHES

Among coaches, Holger Osieck ranks 118 out of 329Before him are Gian Piero Ventura, Otto Nerz, André Villas-Boas, Rudi Gutendorf, Henk ten Cate, and Srečko Katanec. After him are Vladimir Petrović, Henryk Kasperczak, Fabrizio Ravanelli, Egil Olsen, Luigi Delneri, and Otto Pfister.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1948, Holger Osieck ranks 207Before him are Lulu, Rhea Perlman, José José, Peter Turkson, James Nachtwey, and Harald Ertl. After him are Ronnie Van Zant, Josip Katalinski, Abdelmalek Sellal, Peter James, Jackson Browne, and Horst Köppel.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Holger Osieck ranks 2,916 out of 5,289Before him are Melitta Bentz (1873), Prince Eduard of Saxe-Altenburg (1804), Friedrich, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg (1814), Wilhelm Tempel (1821), Theodor Körner (1791), and Karl Lehmann (1936). After him are Paul Ben-Haim (1897), Johann Gottlieb Georgi (1729), Frederick II, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg (1676), Ernst I, Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (1794), Alexander von Linsingen (1850), and Werner Schroeter (1945).

Among COACHES In Germany

Among coaches born in Germany, Holger Osieck ranks 18Before him are Andreas Köpke (1962), Robert Prosinečki (1969), Edmund Conen (1914), Volker Finke (1948), Otto Nerz (1892), and Rudi Gutendorf (1926). After him are Otto Pfister (1937), Julian Nagelsmann (1987), Fritz Buchloh (1909), Thomas Schaaf (1961), Gernot Rohr (1953), and Marco Rose (1976).