|Full name||Andreas Herzog|
|Date of birth||10 September 1968|
|Place of birth||Vienna, Austria|
|Height||1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|Playing position||Midfielder (retired)|
→First Vienna (loan)
Los Angeles Galaxy
2005 - 2009
2009 - 2011
Austria- Assistance coach
USA (assistance coach)
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Andreas Herzog started his career with SK Rapid Wien. 1987 and 1988 he won the championship with this team and 1987 the Cup, but he played only few matches. Regularly he played since 1988. 1992 he went on to Werder Bremen in the German Bundesliga, where he reached the championship 1994. Bayern München became interested and so he went, together with his mentor and coach Otto Rehagel to Muinich. But this year was not successful so he went back to Bremen. There he won the German Cup the second time. In Germany he played 264 matches for Bremen and Muinich and shot 59 goals(15 penalties).
In winter 2001/02 he went back to Vienna where he played two seasons for Rapid again. There he was teamcaptain. In Austria he scored in 174 league-, 17 cup- and 10 European matches 51 goals. His last team was Los Angeles Galaxy, where he played 27 matches and scored four goals.
With 103 international matches Andreas Herzog is record holder in Austria. He played his first match on April 6th, 1988 against Greece(2:2). With the team he played in the FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy and 1998 in France. He played his last match on April 30th, 2003 in Glasgow against Scotland.
Manager career [change]
2005 he was ambassador for the UEFA Euro 2008. After Hans Krankl resinged he became coach of the national team for the last two qualifying matches for the FIFA World Cup 2006. Afterwards he became assistant coach under Josef Hickersberger and Karel Brückner. Since 2009 he is coach of the Austrian U21-team. On 17 December 2011 he went to the USA where he became assistance coach of Jürgen Klinsmann for the USA national football team.
In TV he was match analyst for the pay TV group Sky.
Club career statistics [change]
|2004||Los Angeles Galaxy||Major League Soccer||27||4|
International career statistics [change]
|Austria national team|
Other websites [change]
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