Andreas Goller

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Andreas Goller (born 15 March 1976 in Bolzano) is an Italian sports manager and football players' agent. [1]


In winter season 2002/2003 the German multiple times World Champion and Olympic Medalist skier Martina Ertl became his first client in sports management field.[2]

In 2004 Andreas Goller became the personal manager of the all time most successful Italian downhill skier Kristian Ghedina.[3] After the end of his skiing career Ghedina became an official race driver of BMW in touring car championships.

In 2006 Andreas Goller participated in a television commercial for the Japanese motor scooter Suzuki Burgman together with the Italian World Champion footballer and captain of FC Juventus Turin Alessandro Del Piero in a leading role.[4]

For the start of winter season 2007/2008 the Italian Ski Vice World Champion Peter Fill became the client of the sport management agency Flashlight,[5] founded, owned and managed by Andreas Goller.[6]

In 2008 the German specialized magazines in marketing communications “Werben & Verkaufen”[7] and “Kontakter”[8] announced that Andreas Goller’s FlashLight agency is responsible for the commercialization of Italians football World Champion and FC Bayern Munich striker Luca Toni.

For its client Fisker Automotive FlashLight coordinated a campaign wherein Denmark’s Crown Prince HRH Frederik was the first person outside the development team to drive the new eco-friendly Fisker Karma at COP15 UN Climate Conference in Copenhagen.

In December 2009 Andreas Goller signed the Olympic Champion figure skater Evgeni Plushenko for international representation.


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  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-11. Retrieved 2009-07-24. 
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  6. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-22. Retrieved 2009-07-24. 
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