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Markus Weinzierl

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Markus Weinzierl
Markus weinzierl.jpg
Weinzierl with VfB Stuttgart in 2018
Personal information
Date of birth (1974-12-28) 28 December 1974 (age 44)
Place of birth Straubing, West Germany
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Playing position Midfielder, Defender
Youth career
1980–1989 TSV Straubing
1989–1993 1. FC Passau
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1993–1994 1. FC Passau 28 (6)
1994–1995 SV Lohhof 23 (5)
1995–1999 Bayern Munich II 113 (10)
1998–1999 Bayern Munich 0 (0)
1999–2001 Stuttgarter Kickers 40 (1)
2001 SpVgg Unterhaching 4 (0)
2002–2004 Jahn Regensburg 17 (0)
Total 225 (22)
Teams managed
2008–2012 Jahn Regensburg
2012–2016 FC Augsburg
2016–2017 Schalke 04
2018–2019 VfB Stuttgart
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Markus Weinzierl (born 28 December 1974) is a German football coach and former player who last managed VfB Stuttgart.[1]

As the manager of Jahn Regensburg, a position he held from 2008 to 2012, Weinzierl achieved promotion into the 2. Bundesliga. On 17 May 2012, Weinzierl was appointed the new manager of the Bundesliga club FC Augsburg, and was there for four years until he left the club to join Schalke 04.[2]

Coaching career

Jahn Regensburg

Weinzierl was hired on 24 November 2008.[3] his first match was a 0–0 draw against Wuppertaler SV on 29 November 2008.[4] Jahn Regensburg finished the 2008–09 season in 15th place[5] and the following season in 16th place.[6] Regensburg started the 2010–11 season with a 1–0 win against Werder Bremen II.[7] In the first round of the German Cup, Arminia Bielefeld knocked out Jahn Regensburg in a shoot–out.[8] The match had finished in a 1–1 draw.[8] In the 2010–11 season, Regensburg finished in eighth place[9] and were knocked out of the German Cup in the first round after losing 3–1 to Borussia Mönchengladbach.[10] The Jahn finished in third place in the 2011–12 season[11] and advanced to the promotion–relegation playoff.[10] They won promotion on away goals after the tie finished 3–3.[12] Weinzierl finished with a record of 49 wins, 48 draws, and 42 losses in 139 matches.[13]

FC Augsburg

Weinzierl was named head coach of FC Augsburg on 17 May 2012.[14][15] His first match in–charge was on 17 August 2012 against SV Wilhelmshaven in the German Cup, which they won, 2–0.[16] They ended up eliminated in the round of 16.[17] In his first season, Weinzierl won only one match in the first–half of the season.[18] They ended the season in 15th place and two points clear of the relegation zone.[19] Augsburg started the 2013–14 season with a 2–0 win against RB Leipzig in the German Cup.[20] Augsburg defeated Bayern 1–0 to end their 53–match undefeated streak.[21] This was also the first time that FC Augsburg defeated Bayern.[22] The last time a club from Augsburg defeated Bayern was when BC Augsburg won on 6 August 1961.[22] Augsburg finished the 2013–14 season in eighth place.[23] Augsburg started the 2014–15 season with a 1–0 loss to 1. FC Magdeburg in the German Cup.[24] On 5 April 2015, Weinzierl extended his contact at Augsburg until 2019.[25] on 9 May 2015, Augsburg defeated Bayern Munich in his 100th Bundesliga match as head coach.[26] Augsburg finished the season in fifth place.[27] Augsburg started the 2015–16 season with a 3–1 win against SV Elversberg in the German Cup.[28] Augsburg also participated in the Europa League.[28] Augsburg were eliminated in the second round by Liverpool.[29] Augsburg finished the season in 12th place.[30] Weinzierl finished with a record of 56 wins, 32 draws, and 66 losses.[31]

Schalke 04

On 3 June 2016, Weinzierl became Schalke 04 manager.[32] His first match was a 4–1 win in the German Cup against FC 08 Villingen.[33] He was sacked on 9 June 2017.[34] He finished with a record of 21 wins, 13 draws, and 16 losses in 50 matches.[35]

VfB Stuttgart

On 9 October 2018, Weinzierl became new head coach of VfB Stuttgart.[36] He replaced Tayfun Korkut.[36] His contract is valid until June 2020.[36] His first match as Stuttgart's head coach was a 4–0 loss to Borussia Dortmund on 20 October 2018.[37] He was sacked on 20 April 2019.[38]

Managerial record

Weinzierl with FC Augsburg in 2015
Weinzierl with FC Augsburg in 2015
As of matches played on 20 April 2019
Team From To Record
M W D L Win % Ref.
Jahn Regensburg 24 November 2008[3] 30 June 2012[14] 140 49 48 43 035.00 [13]
Augsburg 1 July 2012[14] 3 June 2016[32] 154 56 32 66 036.36 [31]
Schalke 3 June 2016[32] 9 June 2017[34] 50 21 13 16 042.00 [35]
VfB Stuttgart 9 October 2018[36] 20 April 2019 23 4 4 15 017.39
Total 367 130 97 140 035.42

References

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