Karl-Heinz Weigang

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Karl-Heinz Weigang
Personal information
Place of birth Germany
Playing position Manager
Teams managed
Years Team
1964–1965 Sri Lanka
1966–1968 South Vietnam
1970–1973 Mali
1974–1975 Ghana
1979–1982 Malaysia
1982–1986 Cameroon (youth teams)
1987–1988 Canon Yaoundé
1989–1994 Gabon[1]
1995–1997 Vietnam
1997–2000 Perak FA
2005–2006 Johor FA
Perak FA Technical Adviser (De Facto Coach)

Karl-Heinz Weigang, is a German football manager, who has mainly worked in Africa and Asia.[2] He was appointed as coaching director of Malaysia FA, but resigned after a year.

He later coached Johor FA. He previously coached Perak FA and the Malaysia national football team[3] in the 1980s in which Malaysia qualified for the 1980 Olympic Games.[4] He also coached the Mali national football team[5] and the Vietnam national football team.[6] On the second half season of MSL, he made a comeback to the struggling side of Perak, successively avoiding them from relegation. Perak will be playing their 26th season in the top flight of Malaysian football next season.

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