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Coach can mean:Coach (carriage), a horse-drawn carriageCoach (vehicle), a type of passenger-carrying road vehicle. see also BusCoach (rail) a type of passenger car used in rail transport.Coach (sport), a person who directs the players' activities in the gameHead coachCoach (baseball), includes manager, assistant coaches, on-field coaches, and specialized coachesCoach (hockey), head coach or assistant coachesCoach (TV series), an american sitcom starring Craig T. NelsonCoach (comics), a Marvel Comics character in X-ForceCoach (company), an american leather goods company famous for its handbagsCoach USA, a bus transport company, or its canadian subsidiary, Coach CanadaCoaching, where a person, the coach, directs and trains others via encouragementPersonal coaching, where a coach helps people achieve personal or professional goalsEconomy class in travel can be referred to as "coach""The Coach" is the nickname of:Jonathan Coachman, world wrestling entertainment personalityDon cherry (ice hockey), former national hockey league coach who gained famed for his commentary on Hockey night in CanadaCoach ernie Pantusso, the character played by nicholas colasanto on the hit sitcom CheersMike Ditka, former head coach of the chicago bears and new orleans saints head coach

Noun1. (sports) someone in charge of training an athlete or a team (synonym) manager, handler (hypernym) trainer (hyponym) baseball coach, baseball manager (derivation) train (classification) sport, athletics2. a person who gives private instruction (as in singing or acting) (synonym) private instructor, tutor (hypernym) teacher, instructor (hyponym) crammer (classification) singing, vocalizing3. a railcar where passengers ride (synonym) passenger car, carriage (hypernym) car, railcar, railway car, railroad car (hyponym) dining car, diner, dining compartment, buffet car (member-holonym) passenger train4. a carriage pulled by four horses with one driver (synonym) four-in-hand, coach-and-four (hypernym) carriage, equipage, rig (hyponym) stagecoach, stage (part-meronym) box, box seat5. a vehicle carrying many passengers; used for public transport; "he always rode the bus to work" (synonym) bus, autobus, charabanc, double-decker, jitney, motorbus, motorcoach, omnibus (hypernym) public transport (hyponym) school bus (member-holonym) fleet (part-meronym) roof (class) passenger, riderVerb1. teach and supervise (someone); act as a trainer or coach (to), as in sports; "He is training our olympic team"; "She is coaching the crew" (synonym) train (hypernym) teach, learn, instruct (verb-group) train (derivation) manager, handler2. drive a coach (hypernym) drive (derivation) four-in-hand, coach-and-four (classification) driving

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Dražen Jerkovic, 1990-1991

Stanko Poklepovic, 1992

Vlatko Markovic, 1993

Miroslav "Ciro" Blaževic, 1994-2000

Mirko Jozic, 2000-2002

Otto Baric, 2002-2004

Zlatko Kranjcar, 2004-present



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Before 1955, players were selected by committee.



Albert Batteux (1955-1962)

Henri Guérin (1962-1966)

José Arribas and jean Snella (1966)

Just Fontaine (1967)

Louis Dugauguez (1967-1968)

Georges boulogne (1969-1973)

Stefan Kovacs (1973-1975)

Michel Hidalgo (1976-1984)

Henri Michel (1984-1988)

Michel Platini (1988-1992)

Gérard Houllier (1992-1993)

Aimé Jacquet (1993-1998)

Roger Lemerre (1998-2002)

Jacques Santini (2002-2004)

Raymond Domenech (2004-)



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Name

Period

Matches

Wins

Draws

Losses

Honous





DFB committee

1908-1927

63

18

13

32







Otto Nerz

1928-1936

70

42

10

18







Sepp Herberger(1)

1936-1964

162

92

26

44

Champion of 1954 world Cup





Helmut Schön

1964-1978

139

87

30

22

Runner-up of 1966 world Cup, champion of Euro 72, champion of 1974 world Cup, Runner-up of Euro 76





Jupp Derwall

1978-1984

67

45

11

11

Champion of Euro 80, Runner-up of 1982 world Cup





Franz Beckenbauer

1984-1990

66

36

17

13

Runner-up of 1986 world Cup, champion of 1990 world Cup





Berti Vogts

1990-1998

102

67

23

12

Runner-up of Euro 92, champion of Euro 96





Erich Ribbeck

1998-2000

24

10

6

8







Rudi Völler

2000-2004

53

29

11

13

Runner-up of 2002 world Cup





Jürgen Klinsmann(2)

2004-

25

14

6

5









Total

771

440

153

178









Notes





Record includes periods of pre-division germany (1936-1942 -- 65 matches: 40 wins, 12 draws, 13 losses) and

West germany (1950-1964 -- 97 matches: 52 wins, 14 draws, 31 losses).

Record as of May 27, 2006.



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Slobodan Santrac 1994 - july 1998

Milan Živadinovic august 1998 - 1999

Vujadin Boškov 1999 - july 2000

Ilija Petkovic August 2000 - january 2001

Milovan Ðoric february 2001 - march 2001

3-man commission: Dejan Savicevic, Vujadin BoÅ¡kov and Ivan Curkovic May 2001 - december 2001

Dejan Savicevic December 2001 - june 2003

Ilija Petkovic July 2003 - present



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Karl Rappan 1960 to November 11, 1963

Alfredo Foni - July 1, 1964 to 3 May 1967

Erwin Ballabio - May 24, 1967 to November 2, 1969

Louis maurer - October 17, 1970 to October 10, 1971

René hussy - June 22, 1973 to September 8, 1976

Roger Vonlanthen - March 30, 1977 to March 28, 1979

Leo walker - May 5, 1979 to December 21, 1980

Paul Wolfisberg - March 24, 1981 to November 10, 1985

Daniel Jeandupeux - March 12, 1986 to 26 April 1989

Uli Stielike - June 21, 1989 to November 13, 1991

Roy Hodgson - January 26, 1992 to November 15, 1995

Artur Jorge - March 13, 1996 to June 18, 1996

Rolf Fringer - August 1, 1996 to October 11, 1997

Gilbert Gress - March 25, 1998 to October 9, 1999

Enzo Trossero - August 16, 2000 to June 6, 2001

Jakob Kuhn - August 15, 2001 - present



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Marcello Lippi (2004- *)

Giovanni Trapattoni (2000-2004)

Dino Zoff (1998-2000) - Runners-Up european championships 2000

Cesare Maldini (1997-1998)

Arrigo Sacchi (1991-1996) - Runners-Up world cup 1994

Azeglio vicini (1986-1991) - 3rd place world cup 1990

Enzo Bearzot (1975-1986) - World champions 1982

Ferruccio Valcareggi (1966-1974) - European champions 1968, Runners-Up world cup 1970

Edmondo Fabbri (1962-1966)

Giovanni Ferrari (1960-1961)

Giuseppe Viani (1960)



…



Lajos Czeizler, angelo Schiavio, Silvio Piola (1953-1954)

Feruccio novo (1949-1950)

Vittorio Pozzo (1929-1948) - World champions 1934, world champions 1938

Carlo Carcano (1928-1929)

Augusto Rangone (1925-1928)



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