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Cameroon Manager - ‪Volker Finke‬
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Personal information
Date of birth
24 March 1948
Place of birth
Nienburg, West Germany

Current:
Cameroon: Manager

 

Senior career*

TSV Havelse: 
0000-1969

Hannoverscher SC:
1969-1975

 

Teams managed

TSV Stelingen: 
1975-19??

TSV Havelse: 
1986-1990

SC Norderstedt: 
1990-1991

SC Freiburg: 
1991-2007

Urawa Red Diamonds: 
2009-2010

1. FC Köln:
(Director of Sport) 
2010-2012 

1. FC Köln: 
Interim manager
2011 

Cameroon: 
2013-2015

 

Volker Finke (born 24 March 1948) is a German football manager and former player who currently manages Cameroon. He was the coach of SC Freiburg for 16 years.

Coaching career

On 6 December 2008, the Japanese club Urawa Red Diamonds announced they signed a contract with Finke as head coach until 2010.

On 18 December 2010, was named as the new director of sport by 1. FC Köln, his contract started on 1 February 2011. Effective on 27 April 2011 he additionally became interim coach till end of season. 

On 10 March 2012, Köln parted company with Finke by mutual consent after a 1:0 win over Hertha BSC.

On 22 May 2013, he was named coach of Cameroon.