Horst Hrubesch

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Horst Hrubesch (German: [ˈhɔʁst ˈʁuːbɛʃ]; born 17 April 1951) is a German professional football manager and former player who last managed Hamburger SV. As a player, Hrubesch won three West German championships with his club side, Hamburger SV, as well as the European Cup title in 1983. He was a key member of the West Germany team that made it to the final of the 1982 World Cup, losing to Italy. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Horst Hrubesch has received more than 225,948 page views. His biography is available in 33 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 30 in 2019). Horst Hrubesch is the 421st most popular soccer player (up from 606th in 2019), the 1,623rd most popular biography from Germany (up from 1,938th in 2019) and the 32nd most popular German Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Horst Hrubesch ranks 421 out of 16,923Before him are José Antonio Camacho, Ryan Giggs, Guy Roux, Takeshi Kamo, Jürgen Grabowski, and Jean Djorkaeff. After him are Juninho Pernambucano, Tokizo Ichihashi, Wesley Sneijder, Arawa Kimura, Jan Ceulemans, and Xabi Alonso.

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Among people born in 1951, Horst Hrubesch ranks 65Before him are Blaise Compaoré, Kirstie Alley, Bao Xishun, Nicu Ceaușescu, Glenn Hughes, and Ben Feringa. After him are Ernesto Zedillo, Javier Marías, Chris Cooper, Joe Pantoliano, Alexander Sokurov, and James Newton Howard.

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Among people born in Germany, Horst Hrubesch ranks 1,623 out of 5,289Before him are Hans Richter (1888), Duke Pius August in Bavaria (1786), William, Duke of Brunswick (1806), Lilli Palmer (1914), Johann Wilhelm, Duke of Saxe-Weimar (1530), and Adolf Eugen Fick (1829). After him are Johann Wilhelm Hittorf (1824), Charles II, Elector Palatine (1651), Andreas Karlstadt (1486), Karl August von Hardenberg (1750), Michael Stifel (1487), and Welf II, Duke of Bavaria (1072).


Among soccer players born in Germany, Horst Hrubesch ranks 32Before him are Dettmar Cramer (1925), Manuel Neuer (1986), Uli Stielike (1954), Oliver Bierhoff (1968), Thomas Tuchel (1973), and Jürgen Grabowski (1944). After him are Klaus Fischer (1949), Niko Kovač (1971), Ottmar Walter (1924), Hans-Peter Briegel (1955), Bastian Schweinsteiger (1984), and Thomas Müller (1989).