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Eckhard Krautzun
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Full name Eckhard Krautzun
Date of birth 13 January 1941 (1941-01-13) (age 69)
Place of birth    Solingen, Germany
Playing position Coach
Teams managed
1969-1970
1971
1973-1975
1975-1977
1976-1978
Aug-Dec 1978
1978-1979
1980-1981
1981-1982
April-June 1983
Aug-Sep 1983
Sep 1983-Sep 1985
1985-1986
1986-1987
Oct 1987-May 1988
March-June 1989
Aug 1989-March 1990
April-June 1990
1990-1991
July 1991-Jan 1992
Jan 1992-Feb 1993
July 1992-Oct 1992
1992-1993
Feb 1993-April 1995
Oct 1995-March 1996
March-June 1996
Jan-June 1997
July-Nov 1997
Dec 1997-March 1999
July-Sep 1999
Oct 1999-June 2000
Nov 2000-Feb 2001
2001
2003-2005
2005-2007
Jan-Mar 2007
Young Fellows Zurich
Kenya
Canada
Canada
Vancouver Whitecaps (NASL)
Wormatia Worms
TSV 1860 München
Houston Hurricane
Fort Lauderdale Strikers
Union Solingen
Mazda Hiroshima
Union Solingen
Tennis Borussia Berlin
Darmstadt 98
Al Ahli Jeddah
Darmstadt 98
Wormatia Worms
Alemannia Aachen
SC Freiburg
Philippines
City Hall
Korea Republic (Technical Director)
Malaysia junior teams
VfL Wolfsburg
FC Union Berlin
FC Kaiserslautern
CS Sfaxien
FC St. Pauli
CS Sfaxien
TSG 1899 Hoffenheim (Sporting Director)
Darmstadt 98
FSV Mainz 05
Tunisia
China under-20 team
China league scout
China women's team (technical consultant)


* Appearances (Goals)

Eckhard Krautzun (born 13 January 1941 in Solingen) is a German football coach and former football player.

As a player, Krautzun turned out for Union Solingen, Rheydter sports association, 1. FC Kaiserslautern, Young Fellows Zürich and TeBe Berlin. As well as a manager, Krautzun has acted as a technical director and scout. He has worked extensively in North America and Asia, where he worked as a scout in China and Korea from 2001-2003.

Krautzun was the first head coach of Canada not to hail from that country or the United Kingdom. After his resignation, Krautzun pointed to the lack of public support for amateur sports in Canada as a reason for the country's lack of success on the international stage.[1]

The German steered Tunisia through World Cup 2002 qualifying but resigned ahead of the tournament, citing interference from the Tunisian FA with his coaching.

Krauztun was in charge of a training camp for promising Chinese youngsters in Bad Kissingen, Germany in 2006, helping prepare the younger generation of players for the 2008 Beijing Olympics.[2] In 2007, he acted as an advisor to the Chinese women's team, stepping down in March of that year due to health issues.[2]

Honors

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Club

VfL Wolfsburg

1. FC Kaiserslautern

References


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