Hans-Dieter Schmidt

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Hans-Dieter Schmidt
Personal information
Date of birth (1948-01-09) January 9, 1948 (age 69)
Place of birth Hanover, Germany
Youth career
–1966 Hannover 96
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
?–1969 Hannover 96 II
Teams managed
1978–1983 SV Meppen
1983–1984 Eintracht Nordhorn
1984–1988 VfB Oldenburg
1988–1990 Bayern Munich (A)
1990 Hannover 96
1992–1993 VfB Lübeck
1993–1994 VfL Osnabrück
1994–1995 Baladeyet Al-Mahalla
1995–1996 Al-Qadisiya Al Khubar
1996–1999 1. FC Magdeburg
2003 Persepolis F.C.
2003–2004 King Faisal Babes
2004–2005 Asante Kotoko
2005 Ismaily SC
2006 All Blacks FC
2007 Black Leopards
2009– Eleven Wise
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Hans-Dieter Schmidt (born 9 January 1948 in Hanover, Germany)[1]) is a former German football player turned manager.

Career[edit]

Schmidt's playing career – part of which he spent with Hannover 96 – ended early after a severe injury at the age of 23.

Coaching career[edit]

Following the end of his playing days, Schmidt passed his manager diploma and worked as manager of SV Meppen for several years. After spending a year with Eintracht Nordhorn, Schmidt joined VfB Oldenburg as manager and came in second place in the German amateur football championship in 1988. In the same year, he joined FC Bayern Munich, managing their reserve team for two years,[2] before taking over as managing director of Hannover 96. While working in that office in Hannover, he was interim manager for two matches, before Michael Lorkowski took over.[3] He also managed VfB Lübeck and VfL Osnabrück,[4] before Schmidt went abroad for the first time in 1994. He managed Egyptian top-flight team Baladeyet Al-Mahalla before joining Saudi Premier League side Al-Qadisiya Al Khubar. In 1996, he returned to Germany, taking over as managing director of 1. FC Magdeburg. In September 1996, he succeeded Karl Herdle as Magdeburg manager, a job he kept until 1999. With Magdeburg he won promotion to the then-third-tier Regionalliga. After he was sacked at 1. FC Magdeburg in the fall of 1999, Schmidt became a scout for Bundesliga side Hamburger SV Between 2003 and 2007, Schmidt went abroad again, managing teams in Iran (Persepolis F.C.), Ghana (King Faisal Babes, Asante Kotoko, All Blacks FC), Egypt (Ismaily SC) and South Africa (Black Leopards). Since the beginning of the 2008-09 season, Schmidt has been director of sports at sixth-tier side SC BW 94 Papenburg.[5] After he was sacked in December 2009, Schmidt took on managing Ghana side Sekondi Eleven Wise who are fighting relegation from the Ghana Premier League[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gottschalck, Bernd (1999). Das Magdeburger Wunder von Rotterdam (in German). Oschersleben: Dr. Ziethen. p. 35. ISBN 3-932090-65-9. 
  2. ^ "Talentsucher beim FC Bayern". Hamburger Abendblatt (in German). Hamburg, Germany. 19 May 1988. p. 19. OCLC 85355780. Retrieved 21 August 2009. 
  3. ^ "Kurz notiert". Hamburger Abendblatt (in German). Hamburg, Germany. 25 September 1990. p. 15. OCLC 85355780. Retrieved 21 August 2009. 
  4. ^ "Kurz notiert". Hamburger Abendblatt (in German). Hamburg, Germany. 4 May 1993. p. 23. OCLC 85355780. Retrieved 21 August 2009. 
  5. ^ "Weltenbummler macht Station bei BW Papenburg". NWZonline (in German). 15 July 2008. Retrieved 21 August 2009. 
  6. ^ "Sekondi XI Wise announces changes". Official site. Happy 98.8 FM. 2010-01-22. Retrieved 2010-01-23.