Pierre Littbarski & 小泉一十三 (Hitomi Koizumi)

Pierre Littbarski & 小泉一十三 (Hitomi Koizumi)

Internationally married celebrities (athletes)国際結婚したセレブリティ(プロサッカー選手,監督)



Germany’s leading dribbling and professional soccer player of the 1980s.
In 1981, when he was elected to the West Germany National Team, he participated in three FIFA World Cups, winning once (1990 Italian World Cup), and runner-up twice (1982 Spanish World Cup, 1986 Mexico World Cup) )experienced.
Since his late twenties, he frequently went to the national team as a representative, but before retiring in 1990, he played 73 games and scored 18 points. The German national team number 7 is a trademark.
In addition, the 1982 Spanish World Cup marked the tournament’s five most assists.

(Omitted career)

In 1999, he became the first manager of Yokohama FC and led the team to promotion to the J-League.
After that, he served as a leader in Germany and led the team to win the Oceania Club Championship at Sydney FC, which took office in 2005.

He met his wife in Japan and remarried. They have 2 sons.
He is native Japanese talker and sometimes commentary on soccer shows.

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