german football player

Fredi Bobic ( Slovene : Fredi Bobič, hold 30 October 1971 ) is a german football executive and former player who played as a striker. He is the sporting director of Bundesliga golf club Hertha BSC .

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Bobic was born in Maribor, SFR Yugoslavia, to a Slovene don and a croatian mother. A few months after his give birth, his parents emigrated with him to Germany and settled down first base in Ditzingen, then in Stuttgart. There, he started playing football at VfR Bad Cannstatt but soon switched to the youth team of VfB Stuttgart. While in Stuttgart, he besides acquired german citizenship.

Bobic reached his choice in the mid-1990s at VfB Stuttgart in the Bundesliga. In his first Bundesliga season ( 1994–95 ), he scored a goal in each of his beginning five games, so he became a campaigner for the german national team after merely a few appearances in the beginning German league. In 1996, he was the Bundesliga ‘s top scorer with 17 goals. [ 1 ] At Stuttgart, he formed contribution of a successful attacking line-up, along with strike partner Giovane Élber and attacking midfielder Krasimir Balakov, known as the “ charming triangle ”. After four years in Stuttgart, in 1999 he signed with Borussia Dortmund and was the club ‘s top scorer in both 1999–2000 and 2000–01. however, after the signings of Jan Koller and Márcio Amoroso in the summer of 2001, he soon fell out of favor and played only three games in the first half of 2001–02 season. subsequently, Bobic was loaned to the Premier League side Bolton Wanderers, where he had a successful enchantment, playing a samara role in keeping Bolton in the Premiership. His hat-trick in the 4–1 succeed against Ipswich at the Reebok Stadium [ 2 ] ensured Bolton stayed up, and remained the last Bolton hat-trick in a competitive game until Joe Mason in the 2014–15 season. He scored once more for Bolton, in a 3–2 victory over Aston Villa. [ 3 ] After returning from England, Bobic was signed by newly promoted Bundesliga side Hannover 96 where he reestablished himself as one of the league ‘s peak scorers, netting 14 times in 27 games. In 2003, he was signed by Hertha BSC, where he played for two seasons, scoring 8 goals in 54 games. He death played for croatian kit NK Rijeka before retiring in June 2006, at the end of the 2005–06 temper .

International career [edit ]

Bobic won 37 caps ( 10 goals ) [ 4 ] for the german national team and was separate of the UEFA Euro 1996 winning police squad. He besides played at UEFA Euro 2004, having returned to the national team in 2002 after a four-year absence .

Managing career [edit ]

Bobic with VfB Stuttgart Bobic signed a condense as a managing director of bulgarian cabaret Chernomorets Burgas on 25 March 2009 and worked in the club with his erstwhile teammate Krasimir Balakov. On 27 July 2010, Bobic became new film director of mutant of VfB Stuttgart. [ 5 ] On 20 January 2012, he extended his contract with VfB Stuttgart until June 2016. [ 6 ] He took on the role as dining table representative for sport of the clubhouse on 10 April 2013. [ 7 ] Bobic was sacked on 24 September 2014. On 1 June 2016, Bobic became sporting conductor of Eintracht Frankfurt. [ 8 ] During his term the baseball club won the DFB-Pokal after beating Bayern Munich in the concluding ( 3-1 ).

On 14 April 2021, Hertha BSC announced its decision to hire Bobic as their new managing director for fun starting 1 July 2021. [ 9 ]

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VfB Stuttgart
Borussia Dortmund
NK Rijeka

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