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  1. Dieter-Klaus Hecking (pronounced [ˈdiːtɐ ˈhɛkɪŋ]; born 12 September 1964) is a German football manager, who last managed Hamburger SV and former professional player. He played for Hannover 96 and Eintracht Braunschweig. He returned to manage Hannover despite the long-standing and bitter rivalry between the two clubs.

    • 12 September 1964 (age 58)
    • 1.79 m (5 ft 10 in)
    • Dieter-Klaus Hecking
    • Castrop-Rauxel, West Germany
  2. Jul 27, 2020 · Dieter Hecking. 1 1. 1.FC Nuremberg Sporting CEO 2. Bundesliga Appointed: Jul 27, 2020. IMAGO. +. Date of birth/Age: Sep 12, 1964 (58) Place of birth: Castrop-Rauxel. Citizenship: Germany.

    Season
    Date
    Left
    Joined
    00/01
    Jul 1, 2000
    Retired
    99/00
    Jul 1, 1999
    96/97
    Oct 1, 1996
    94/95
    Jul 1, 1994
    • Germany
    • Castrop-Rauxel
  3. Dieter Hecking war drei Jahre Polizist im mittleren Dienst mit dem letzten Dienstgrad Polizeimeister, bevor er seinen ersten Profivertrag bei Borussia Mönchengladbach unterschrieb. Anschließend absolvierte er eine kaufmännische Ausbildung und studierte Sportmanagement .

  4. Dieter Hecking; Datos personales; Nacimiento: Castrop-Rauxel 12 de septiembre de 1964 (58 años) País: Alemania: Altura: 1,79 m (5′ 10″) Carrera como entrenador; Deporte: Fútbol: Debut como entrenador: 2000 : Carrera como jugador; Posición: Centrocampista: Debut como jugador: 1983 (Borussia Mönchengladbach) Retirada deportiva: 2000 (Eintracht Brunswick) Part. 12

    • Fútbol
    • Castrop-Rauxel, 12 de septiembre de 1964 (58 años)
  5. Dieter-Klaus Hecking is a German football manager, who last managed Hamburger SV and former professional player. He played for Hannover 96 and Eintracht Braunschweig. He returned to manage Hannover despite the long-standing and bitter rivalry between the two clubs.

  6. Apr 5, 2016 · Wolfsburg coach Dieter Hecking hopes to prove his doubters wrong and provide one of the "biggest sensations" in football by defeating Real Madrid. Skip to main content Skip to navigation Menu

  7. May 29, 2019 · Hecking coached Wolfsburg for three seasons, winning the German Cup and finishing second in the Bundesliga in 2014-15. He also had success at Lübeck, Alemannia Aachen, Hannover and Nuremberg.