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Vogts

(German vokts)
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(Biography) Hans-Hubert, known as Berti. born 1946, German footballer and coach; played in 96 matches for West Germany (1967–79); coach of Germany (1990–98), with whom he won the 1996 European Championships, and Scotland (2002–04)
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MANILA -- Having won the World Cup in 1974 as a player for Germany and managed five national teams, veteran coach Berti Vogts knows a potentially strong squad when he sees one.
CARDIFF star Kevin McNaughton admits he has found it hard to forgive Berti Vogts for a stinging attack on him when he should have been celebrating his Scotland debut.
FORMER Scotland manager Berti Vogts has been blasted as "disgraceful" by former Nigeria star Adokiye Amiesimaka.
In a week that sees two Scottish clubs flying the Saltire for us all in the Champions League and one in the UEFA Cup - plus Alex McLeish naming his squad for two crucial Euro 2008 qualifiers - Vogts has chosen to emerge from his African hideaway and claim responsibility for all that is good about our national game.
FORMER Scotland boss Berti Vogts is close to being appointed national coach of Nigeria.
The Scottish Football Association insist that no decision on the future of Vogts is expected until Thursday, when board members are due to meet.
Scotland manager Berti Vogts has hinted Wigan's Lee McCulloch is set to be deployed as a secret weapon against Moldova.
BERTI VOGTS has insisted Paul Dickov can fire Scotland to World Cup glory - two years after axing him.
Scottish Football Association chief executive David Taylor has warned Berti Vogts that anything less than qualification for the next World Cup will be viewed as a failure.
Rob earnshaw may be flavour of the month in Wales, but Berti Vogts most certainly isn't up in Scotland.
Dunfermline manager Jimmy Calderwood has risked the wrath of the Scottish Football Association and Berti Vogts with his comments about the national coach.
SCOTLAND manager Berti Vogts is convinced Germany now regard his adopted nation as a threat to their chances of reaching the Euro 2004 finals.