Felix Magath

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ABOUT

Wolfgang-Felix Magath (German pronunciation: [maɡat]; born 26 July 1953) is a German football manager and former player, who played as a midfielder. The most notable spell of his playing career was with Hamburger SV, with whom he won three Bundesliga titles, the 1977 European Cup Winners' Cup Final and the 1983 European Cup Final, scoring in both Finals. He also gained 43 international caps for the West Germany national team, winning UEFA Euro 1980 and reaching two consecutive World Cup finals. As a manager, Magath's honours include two consecutive Doubles (Bundesliga and German Cup titles) with Bayern Munich, and a further Bundesliga title with VfL Wolfsburg in 2009. He has a reputation of demanding strong discipline and thorough training. In 2014, Magath coached English club Fulham, becoming the first German to manage in the Premier League.

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Sex

male

Date Of Birth

26.07.1953

Age

64

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