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Andreas Andi Herzog

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U.S. Under-23 Men's Team

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U.S. Under-23 Men's Team

Background Information

Employment History

Member of the Austrian National Team

Major League Soccer

Head Coach for US U-23 National Team

Major League Soccer


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US Under-23 National Team Coach

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Andreas Herzog to lead U.S. U-23 team

CHICAGO - U.S. Men's National Team assistant coach Andreas "Andi" Herzog has been named the head coach of the U.S. Under-23 Men's Team which will begin the qualification process this fall for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
"I'm honored to have the opportunity to coach the U.S. Under-23 National Team," said Herzog. "We recognize the special place that the Olympic Games have in this country and we are committed as a group to qualifying for Rio in 2016. We look forward to putting together a team that will make all Americans proud. We also know it's a part of our responsibility to develop players who will be able to contribute to the senior National Team, and that process has already begun."
Herzog played professionally for 18 years and earned 103 caps (26 goals) with Austria's national team. The two-time FIFA World Cup veteran (1990, 1998) transitioned to coaching in 2005. He served as Austria's U-21 coach from 2009-11, and was also an assistant coach for Austria's senior national team.
In December of 2011, U.S. Men's National head coach Jurgen Klinsmann named Herzog his assistant coach.
As a player, Herzog was a teammate of Klinsmann's at Bayern Munich, where the two celebrated winning a UEFA Cup championship in 1996.
Herzog capped off his professional career with Major League Soccer's LA Galaxy in 2004.

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Jurgen Klinsmann and Andreas Herzog - USMNT

Andreas Herzog named head coach for US U-23 national team, will lead Olympic qualifying push - The Official Site of Major League Soccer [cached]

Herzog Joins the Galaxy

Andreas Herzog is reknowned as a dangerous playmaker
CARSON, CA (Tuesday, February 03, 2004) - The Los Angeles Galaxy have signed Austrian international midfielder Andreas Herzog as a 2004 Discovery Player, it was announced today by Galaxy Vice-President and General Manager Doug Hamilton.
A veteran of the German and Austrian Bundesligas, Herzog is a playmaking midfielder known for his dangerous left foot, who possesses a true scorer's finishing touch.No financial terms of the Major League Soccer (MLS) contract were announced.
Herzog, who becomes the first Austrian in Galaxy and MLS history, has performed at the highest levels for both club and country.In 1996, he captured a UEFA Cup with Bayern Munich.A two-time FIFA World Cup finalist, he represented Austria in 1990 and 1998.
"The acquisition of Andreas provides the Galaxy with a player who possesses great ability and a proven track record at the highest levels," said Hamilton.
Herzog joins the Galaxy after spending a total of seven seasons in the Austrian Bundesliga and ten seasons in German Bundesliga, playing in 403 games and scoring 99 goals during that period.Most recently, Herzog returned to the Austrian First Division with Rapid Vienna, the club that gave him his start, for the 2002-03 season before stepping away from the team.
"I'm very excited to be joining the L.A. Galaxy," Herzog said.
"Andreas will be a big plus for the Galaxy because he knows how to manage the game for his side.Additionally, he can create for others as well as finish the play himself," said L.A. Galaxy Head Coach Sigi Schmid."He has proven himself in the German Bundesliga and has always played for teams that have either been champions or contended for championship titles."
Herzog played for eight seasons in the German Bundesliga with SV Werder Bremen (1992-1995 and 1997-2002) and two with Bayern Munich (1995-1997), scoring 69 goals in 264 games in the top German league.
A current member of the Austrian National Team, Herzog is one of an exclusive circle of players with a "Century of Caps" for his national team.The Austrian native made his international debut with Austria during a friendly on June 4, 1988, in a 2-2 draw against Greece in Athinai, Greece.He has since appeared in 103 games with the national side scoring 26 goals over 17 years while helping the squad post a 37-43-23 (W-L-T) record.Throughout his career, Herzog has played at every level including FIFA World Cups (6), World Cup Qualifiers (37), European Championship Qualifiers (20), and International Friendlies (40).
A member of Austria's 1990 and 1998 FIFA World Cup squads, Herzog appeared six times including facing Cameroon, Chile, Czechoslovakia, Italy (twice) and the United States.He scored the lone goal against Italy converting a penalty kick in a 2-1 loss in Paris, France on June 23, 1998.

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Andreas Herzog France on June 23, 1998.

The player taking the spotkick was, of course, Andreas Herzog—a true leader—who until today, has always been known for his eagerness to compete and strive for success in challenging situations. But these characteristics have not only driven Herzog to take responsibility in that 1998 World Cup match. They have also enabled him to spend his playing days having major impacts for such soccer powers as the German Bundesliga's Werder Bremen and Bayern Munich. However, competitiveness and ambition have now brought up another stage in the 35-year-old's career: sunny Southern California and a Major League Soccer club called the Los Angeles Galaxy.
After starting out as a professional with Rapid Vienna in Austria, scoring 39 goals in 139 matches between 1987 and 1992 (also including part of one season with First Vienna), Herzog decided the time had come to move to the German Bundesliga. At Bremen, the Austrian spent a total of nine seasons which combined for 236 matches, 57 netters, 2 Cup Championships ('94, '99) and a League Championship (1993). In the 1995/96 season, the "Alpen-Maradonna" (Maradonna of the Alps) had a brief stint with Bayern—long enough, however, to appear in 28 matches, score 2 goals and win the prestigious UEFA Cup. In 2002, Andreas returned home to Rapid Vienna, where he left again after not even two seasons. From that point on, he was looking for a new team until finally signing with the Galaxy in early February.
"It's a great experience and a great challenge for me to try and really take off again and prove myself in America," he said.
Meanwhile, Herzog made it clear that another German with U.S. experience—Lothar Matthäus, his coach at Vienna for part of 2002—had nothing to do with the deal at all.
Despite having played in MLS himself (for the MetroStars), Matthäus never talked to Herzog about the possibility of a move to America.
After all, Herzog did not leave Rapid until the summer of 2003.
A fan favorite and team leader over a period of almost 10 years, Herzog started to become frustrated with his position as a substitute towards the end and blamed Coach Thomas Schaaf for a lack of respect.
By the summer of 2001, Herzog was ready to leave and gladly did so as soon as matters were worked out with Rapid Vienna about a half a year later.
However, when the financial difficulties came up halfway though 2003, the Austrian club agreed on letting its star midfielder seek his fortune elsewhere.
Later Herzog added "With New York, the problem was that they already have a talented, young playmaker (likely referring to Amado Guevara), so they said they didn't really need another. At first, they were interested, but then the coach said he wanted to put his trust in the young guy after all. I have to accept that."
At the time, Herzog was also hoping to seal a deal in the country of Dubai whose teams are commonly-known among aging stars for offering very generous salaries. However, the midfielder never flew to Dubai to meet with any officials and he stated that money is not one of his main issues at this point anyway. This appears plausible, since, after all, a move to MLS and its salary cap certainly is not the most lucrative of all options.
"I didn't go there (L.A.) to earn a ton of money, but to have a true competitive challenge again," Herzog said.
However, having already practiced with the Galaxy several times, Herzog is aware that the physical level in MLS is demanding and that, after a half year of no match practice, a lot of work will be necessary to get in appropriate shape.
"In '98, you could already tell that the Americans were experiencing a tremendous improvement soccer-wise," Herzog said.
As far as MLS matches are concerned, Herzog was fortunate enough to own a much-desired "Premiere" (payTV station) decoder during his time in the German Bundesliga and was, thus, able to follow the U.S. League on a relatively frequent basis.
"I could tell that those Americans are all real athletes," he said.
"Obviously, Cobi Jones is the best- known to me, since I played against him in '98," Herzog said.
"Of course, that's a huge deal for the teenager and he really is an unbelievably great talent," Herzog said.
The number of potential advice customers for Herzog is not a small one as the Galaxy roster is currently packed with under-25-year-olds. Thus, it has to be a legitimate question to ask whether or not the 35-year-old is at all afraid of losing his starting spot to one of those highly ambitious youngsters.
"No, it's great," he said.
However, despite the fact that Andreas is the very first Austrian to ever play in MLS, he does not regard himself as a representative of his country by any means. And when it comes to future call-ups to the National Team, the two-time World Cup veteran is not so sure, either. "They're currently in the middle of building a young team and that's no problem," he said.
But when confronted with this issue, Herzog did not think giving an emotional speech would convince the Los Angeles supporters. "I can only prove it on the field," he said.
Still though, Herzog refused to give up his good mood. "I just played in Austria for almost two years and there were somewhere between 5,000 and 10,000 people at the games," the midfielder said. "So it can only be better in America and I've heard that the fans in Los Angeles are supposed to be very enthusiastic anyway. That makes it that much more fun—to play in front of your home fans when it's a sellout crowd."
Obviously though, greater support also brings along greater expectations, but Herzog does not regard them as anything negative. "I believe there are always certain expectations to be successful," he said. "You just have to be able to deal with them. If you want to become a champion, you always need to cope with the pressure. Otherwise, you can't be successful."
However, after this indirect indication of his goals with the Galaxy in MLS, Herzog also commented quite explicitly on what winning MLS Cup 2004 would mean to him compared to such trophies as the German Cup and League Championships (with Bremen) or the UEFA Cup (with Bayern). "It would mean just as much," he said. "No question.
But despite having never participated in any league competition of a similar format, Herzog refused to spend much thought on the fairness issue involved.
"Well, that's just the way it is," he said.
Since late January of this year, Herzog had long given up hope for the help of agents in finding him a new club; the midfielder then decided to fly to Los Angeles himself, and after getting a first impression of the Galaxy organization, did not hesitate to sign with the 2002 Champions. Due to the spontaneous nature of his decision, however, the Austrian (upon his return to Europe just a few days later), had no idea where exactly he wanted to live in Southern California.
Speaking of Arnold Schwarzenegger, though, Herzog would not let the interview end without taking the chance to direct a few words at his fellow countryman.
And Herzog has already made out his greatest rival in Major League Soccer as well. "The one player I'm looking most forward to playing against is Tony Meola," he said with a grin. "At the 1990 World Cup, he stopped two of my shots that just had to be in the net. I was wide open in front of the goal twice, but he pulled off two unbelievably great saves. So it would be nice to put one or two away against him this season."
Andreas Herzog's contract with the Galaxy runs until the end of 2004, but it does include an option for another year in case things turn out to go well for him in MLS. However, when asked whether that means he is planning to hang up his boots for sure after the 2005 season, the Austrian appeared all but decided.
"Who knows what the situation is going to be two or three years from now," he said.

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Andreas Herzog's stoppage time penalty kept up Austria's unusual scoring pattern, but was not enough to prevent Austria finishing third in the group, behind the Italians and Chileans.
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Andreas Herzog
Andreas Herzog (born September 10, 1968 in Vienna, Austria) is an Austrian soccer player, the country's all-time cap leader. On the club level, Herzog played for Rapid Vienna (1986-92, 2001-03), Werder Bremen (1992-95, 1996-2002), Bayern Munich (1995-1996), and the Los Angeles Galaxy (2004). He played in the 1990 and 1998 World Cups for Austria, and scored 27 goals in his national record 103 caps. Herzog retired from soccer in 2004, after one year with the Galaxy, finishing the season with four goals and seven assists. Herzog, Andreas Herzog, Andreas Herzog, Andreas Herzog, Andreas Herzog, Andreas

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