Jürgen Klinsmann Biography
(German Professional Football Manager and Former Player Who Played as Striker)
Birthday: July 30, 1964 (Leo)
Born In: Göppingen, Germany
Jurgen Klinsmann is a former German football player; he was a striker of rare quality who played for some of the biggest clubs in Europe and also turned in plenty of superlative performances for the national team in a professional career that spanned for a period of close to two decades. Klinsmann started his professional career with the club VFB Stuttgart and after scoring plenty of goals for the club, he was selected to play for the German national team, in 1987. From then on, Klinsmann was a regular player in the national team and helped the team win the 1990 World Cup in Italy. Klinsmann scored 47 goals in his entire career with the German national team, which is the fourth highest in the list of goal scorers for Germany and also helped the team win the European Championships in 1996. Klinsmann played for Italian side Inter Milan and then went on to play for Monaco, Tottenham Hotspur and Bayern Munich. He won one league title with Bayern Munich. Following the end of his professional career as a footballer, Klinsmann became a coach and guided the German national team the semifinals of the World Cup in 2006. He managed Bayern Munich as well but the stint was a disappointing one. Currently, he is the manager of the U.S. national soccer team.