Volker Finke is a German football coach and he coached for 16 years without interruption, the SC Freiburg and thus record holder in German professional football. He is currently the coach of Cameroon. The Date of Birth(DOB) of Volker Finke is on March 24, 1948, and the place of birth in Nienburg / Weser and talking about his family, he has a good Family.
Volker Finke's Career
After graduation Finke served for three years in the German army, graduated from officer training and finished in 1969 his service as a lieutenant in the artillery regiment 4. After studying finches until 1990 teacher for sports, social studies, and mathematics at the Albert Schweitzer school in Nienburg / Weser.
Finke's first stop as a player was until 1969 the TSV Havelse. He then moved to Hanover SC, where he was active until 1974, most recently in the third-tier division of Lower Saxony .1974 Finke joined as player-coach for TSV Stelingen in the first circle cla s s. He led the club with five ascents in the national league (1984, then 5 leagues).
Finke returned as coach back to TSV Havelse (where he used to actively played) in the Oberliga Nord. Four years later, he led the team to the biggest success in club history, the rise in the second Bundesliga. In October 1990 (the TSV Havelse took a relegation place) let him take leave of his own volition because he "was no longer able to motivate the TSV-Team". Since Havelse Finke initially only on leave and threatened to take legal action against a contract signature Finke near Hanover, Finke announced his contract without notice, because he publicly insulted felt from Havelser Board.
Finke reached Although this meant that the termination of his contract, the Bureau and the Board of Hannover 96 are opting for the concept of Michael Lorkowski from 1 SC Norderstedt. Finke then took over as coach Lorkowskis in Norderstedt.
After a season at the 1st, SC Norderstedt in the Oberliga Nord Finke was by then President of the SC Freiburg, Achim Stocker, "discovered". On 1 July 1991, he finally moved to Freiburg in the second Bundesliga and managed by the SC in 1993, 1998 and 2003 respectively to rise in the first Bundesliga and in 1995 and 2001 to qualify for the UEFA Cup.
In the season 2005/06, he missed with Freiburg in fourth narrowly promotion to the Bundesliga. After a less successful winter break gave Volker Finke and SC Freiburg announced on 14 December 2006 that Finke will leave the club after 16 years at the end of the season. A subsequent series of victories (Best back round team) was reached the 4th place at the end of the ascent just missed.
This gave the fans and supporters Finke, partly in a movement called " We are Finke organized "lift. She tried to force an extraordinary general meeting at which the coaches question discussed and the Board should be forced to make concessions to continue to keep finches in Freiburg. The concern failed, however, because instead of the required under the rules of SC Freiburg 25% of the club members, only about 15% submitted a request for an extraordinary general meeting.
On 18 December 2010, the first FC Köln knew that Finke as successor to the sacked in November Michael Meier was committed. Finke took over the newly created at FC post of sporting director on 1 February 2011 and tied by the summer of 2013 under contract with the club. After the surprising resignation of coach Frank Schaefer April 27, 2011, held Finke also their office until the end of the season.
The team won the remaining three games and thus secured the league. Finke could then Ståle Solbakken win as their new coach. On March 10, 2012, Finke's contract was terminated by mutual agreement. The reason for this disagreement in the club was given about the decisions in football.
Awards And Achievements
The successor of Volker Finke was Robin Dutt. With the 16 years that he continuously trained the same club, is Finke record holder in German professional football. He is also the only coach in German professional football, which has descended on and on again with a club three times and still remained in office.
As a successor of his dismissed compatriot Gert Engels Finke took over as coach of Urawa Red Diamonds from Japanese J. League for the 2009 season. Finke, who received a two-year contract, brought his Freiburg a s sistant coach Karsten Neitzel and Ibrahim Tanko with an a s sistant in the bar.
In his first season, he finished with the Red Diamonds finished sixth in the league. In the penultimate round when the club was on the ninth place in the table, was the club's end of November 2010 known not to extend the end of 2010 expiring contract with Finke. Since May 2013 Finke coach is Cameroonian national football team. Under him, the team qualified for the FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil.
by prabin, 04 May, 2014