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Vita

Michael Feichtenbeiner

Date of Birth:
09.07.1960
 
Birth place:
Stuttgart, Germany
 

Marital status:
married with Natalie,
Son (David)
 
Phone:
+49/173/9493333

Mail:
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Education

1971 - 1980
Grammar school, Fanny Leicht, Stuttgart, Germany
1980
A - Levels
1980 - 1982
Sergeant in the German Army at the “Sport Development Company”, Böblingen
1982 - 1987
University of Heidelberg and Stuttgart (Germany), Major in Sport and Geography
1989
Football Coach Instruction, German Sport University Cologne with certificate as official DFB football coach (UEFA Pro-Lizenz)
 

Career history

1983 - 1987
VfB Stuttgart
Youth Coach
1987 - 1989
VfB Stuttgart
Full-time youth Coach
1989 - 1992
Old Boys Basel
Head Coach, National League B, Switzerland
1992 - 1993
Suttgarter Kickers
Assistant Coach, 2nd Bundesliga, Germany
1993 - 1997
TSF Ditzingen
Head Coach, Regionalliga Süd (3rd Division), Germany
1997 - 1998
KFC Uerdingen
Assistant Coach, 2nd Bundesliga and Head Coach 1st Amateur team, Germany
1998 - 1999
SC Pfullendorf
1999 - 2000
Stuttgarter Kickers
Head Coach, 2nd Bundesliga, Germany
2000 - 2002
SV Darmstadt 98
Head Coach, Regionalliga Süd, Germany
2002 - 2003
Rot Weiss Erfurt
Head Coach, Regionalliga Süd, Germany
2003 - 2004
SF Siegen
Head Coach, Regionalliga Süd, Germany
2005 - 2006
Selangor MPPJ
Head Coach, Super League, Malaysia
2006 - 2008
SC Pfulledorf
Head Coach, Regionalliga Süd, Germany
2009 - 2010
F.C. Energie Cottbus
Managing Director, 2nd Bundesliga, Germany
2010 - 2011
Medan Bintang FC
Head Coach, Liga Primer, Indonesia
2012
Celtic Glasgow FC
Scout, Scottish Premier League, Scottland
2012 - 2015
SV Wehen Wiesbaden
Managing Director, 3rd Bundesliga, Germany
 

Language skills

Deutsch:
Native speaker

English:
Very good proficiency

French:
Good proficiency

Spanish:
Good proficiency

Italian:
Basic skills
 

Honours

1983 - 1989
VfB Stuttgart
Education and developing of many youth players into the 1st senior Team,
German Under-19 Champions 1989
1989 - 1992
Old Boys Basel
89/90 Avoided relegation, National League B (Took over as Head Coach with team being second from bottom)
90/91 2nd place, participation in play-off games fort he National League A (greatest achievement in the club’s history)
91/92 7th place National League B
1992 - 1993
Stuttgarter Kickers
Avoided relegation 2nd Bundesliga
1993 - 1997
TSF Ditzingen
93/94 Qualification for the Regionalliga Süd,
94/95 6th place, Regionalliga Süd
95/96 5th place, Regionalliga Süd
96/97 Avoided relegation Regionalliga Süd
German Cup - participation (1st round)
Finalist in the WFV Cup
Education and nurturing of Sean Dundee, Fredi Bobic, Markus Lösch, Mario Maric and David Montero into the professional senior level
1997 - 1998
KFC Uerdingen
2nd Bundesliga, 8th Place, German Cup Quarter final
1st Amateur team, 5th place 4th Division
1998 - 1999
SC Pfullendorf
Avoided relegation Regionalliga Süd (took over after six matches played being bottom of the table)
1999 - 2000
Stuttgarter Kickers
2nd Bundesliga, avoided relegation
German Cup semi-finalist after wins against Bundesliga teams Borussia Dortmund, Arminia Bielefeld and SC Freiburg, defeated in the semi-final with 1:2 aet. by SV Werder Bremen. Participant at DFB-Hallenmasters (annual German indoor soccer Cup)
2000 - 2002
SV Darmstadt 98
00/01 5th place, Regionalliga Süd
Winner Hessian Cup
01/02 7. Platz, Regionalliga Süd
German Cup Last 16 after wins against Bundesliga teams FC St. Pauli and SC Freiburg, defeated by holders and later winners Schalke 04 with 0:1 aet.
Education and development of the player Benjamin Lense into professional level
2002 - 2003
Rot Weiss Erfurt
Regionalliga Süd, 3rd place, took team over on the 01.10.02 lying in 6th place, went on a run of 17 games with just one defeat
2003 - 2004
Sportfreunde Siegen
Regionalliga Süd, avoided relegation, German Cup (2nd round)
2005 - 2006
Selangor MPPJ
2005 Kept team in league after taking over with team being bottom of the table,
2006 leading the table, sacked via SMS
2006-2008
SC Pfullendorf
06/07 Regionalliga Süd 7th place, best team result with the lowest budget in the league Finalist of SBFV- Cup
Finalist of SBFV- Cup
German Cup 2nd round after win against Bundesliga side Arminia Bielefeld
Coach of the year in the state of Baden-Württemberg (IR- Sport survey)
2013-2014
SV Wehen Wiesbaden
13/14 4th place in 3rd Bundesliga, Qualification DFB-Pokal