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  1. André Breitenreiter (Langenhagen, Alemania, 2 de octubre de 1973) es un exfutbolista y entrenador alemán. Actualmente dirige al Huddersfield Town de la EFL Championship . Trayectoria como jugador. Breitenreiter ocupaba la posición de delantero.

  2. André Breitenreiter (born 2 October 1973) is a German professional manager and former player, who is currently head coach of EFL Championship club Huddersfield Town. Breitenreiters entire playing career was in his native Germany, appearing in both the Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 for nine different sides.

  3. 1 1. Huddersfield Manager Championship Appointed: Feb 19, 2024 Contract until: Jun 30, 2026. imago images. +. Date of birth/Age: Oct 2, 1973 (50) Place of birth: Langenhagen. Citizenship: Germany. Coaching Licence : UEFA Pro Licence. Avg. term as coach : 1.30 Years. Preferred formation : 3-5-2 flat. Former player:

  4. 1 1. Huddersfield Entrenador Championship En el cargo desde: 19/02/2024 Contrato hasta: 30/06/2026. imago images. +. F. Nacim./Edad: 02/10/1973 (50) Lugar de nacimiento: Langenhagen. Nacionalidad: Alemania. Licencia de entrenador : Pro_Licencia UEFA. ø-tiempo activo como entrenador : 1,30 Años. Formación preferida : 3-5-2 en línea. Fue jugador:

  5. 15 de feb. de 2024 · We’re delighted to announce André Breitenreiter as the new Head Coach of Huddersfield Town! Breitenreiter, who arrives in West Yorkshire with a proven track record of success as a coach in both Germany and Switzerland, is set to take control of the First Team next week (w/c 19 February 2024).

  6. 24 de may. de 2022 · André Breitenreiter has been appointed as the new head coach at Bundesliga club TSG Hoffenheim. The 48-year-old former Bundesliga player most recently coached FC Zürich and guided the club to an unexpected Swiss title last season. Before that, he had spells in the dugout at FC Schalke 04, Hannover 96 and SC Paderborn.

  7. 23 de jun. de 2022 · The new TSG head coach André Breitenreiter led FC Zürich to a sensational Swiss title win. Former colleagues describe the 48-year-old, who previously led Hannover 96 and SC Paderborn to the Bundesliga, as an incredibly ambitious coach with a clear plan and strong communication.