Lothar Matthaus as coach of Bulgaria National team

@nophie (2338)
Indonesia
September 21, 2010 3:05pm CST
Legend and ex captain german nationa team Timnas Jerman Lothar Matthaus agree to handle Bulgaria national team and replaces tanimir Stoilov which resigned in september 7 after his team lost from Montenegro in matchdays 2 in qualification of Euro 2012 (Groups G). The contract fora Matthaus with Bulgaria is 1 year and have optional 2 years additional time the first task for matthaeus is coach Stiliyan Petrov etc match agains wales in cardiff City Stadium, next oktober 8 th. the confirmation of the news is had released in offcial website of Bulagria Football federation (BFU)
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• Indonesia
23 Sep 10
U... Uncle Lothar Nice The ex-"General at wars" for Bayern munich and German teams are back for Bulgarians. I cant wait this premiere actions. does he capable to make good footsteps like his friend Jurgen Klinsmann?
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@nophie (2338)
• Indonesia
25 Sep 10
ya, i remember that klinsmann and mathaues is player in same era and make german will be winner in world cup 90
@adhyz82 (36289)
• Indonesia
21 Sep 10
i admire and know him..one of the stars for inter milan in end of 90...and the legend for germany from world cup 86 untill 94...one of the best defenders... but untill now, his career in coach side is not bright as his career as players.. do hope for your success lothar...congratulations for you
@nophie (2338)
• Indonesia
22 Sep 10
you have many information about football dhy...i get many information from you,,nice to get your analyze again..thanks for your comments
@rappeter13 (5298)
• Romania
21 Sep 10
I always admired Lothar Matthaus, although I have only watched him playing a short period of time. He is the record holder in the German national team regarding the number of international caps and he was one of the last liberos who has played. Libero means that defender who co-ordinates the whole defensive line, has total freedom in moving on the field and he often carried the ball over the half line, helping the offensive players and many times went up to score goals. I am sure that the Bulgarian national team has a lot to learn from him, because he is a smart person and is a great personality in football. But I don't agree with the fact that a national team has a coach from another country and with other nationality. National teams should be really national, and not look like club teams. But with this globalization, this will be the result.
@nophie (2338)
• Indonesia
22 Sep 10
good and good explanation about the meaning of libero..but if i read the article that mathhaeus is not experienced to coach..is it right??