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Full name  Andreas Ogris
Years  Team
Playing position  Forward
1983  Austria Wien
Height  1.78 m
1972-1982  Favoritner AC
Role  Football player
Place of birth  Vienna, Austria
Name  Andreas Ogris

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Date of birth  (1964-10-07) 7 October 1964 (age 51)

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Andreas Ogris (born 7 October 1964 in Vienna) is an Austrian football manager and former player. He is the current assistant manager and reserve team coach at Austria Wien.


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He is the older brother of former Austrian international and Hertha BSC player Ernst Ogris.

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Club career

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The red-haired Ogris played for Austria Wien from 1983 through 1997, split by short spells at Espanyol Barcelona and LASK Linz. The speedy and fiery striker finished his professional career at Admira/Wacker before moving into coaching.

International career

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In 1983 Ogris played at the FIFA World Youth Championship.

He then made his senior debut for Austria in October 1986 against Albania and was a participant at the 1990 FIFA World Cup. He earned 63 caps, scoring 11 goals. His last international was an April 1997 World Cup qualification match against Scotland, in which he came on as a late substitute for Franz Aigner.

Coaching career

On 21 February 2014, Ogris was named head coach of the reserve team Austria Wien until the end of the season. However, Herbert Gager was sacked as the head coach of the first–team and didn't accept any other position within the club. Therefore, Ogris took over for Gager on a permanent basis on 2 June 2014. On 22 March 2015, He became head coach of the first team for the remainder of the season after Gerald Baumgartner was sacked. His first match as interim head coach was a 3–1 loss to Red Bull Salzburg. Thorsten Fink became head coach on 4 June 2015 and Ogris became his assistant. His final match as interim head coach was a 2–0 loss to Red Bull Salzburg on 3 June 2015. It was later decided that Ogris would return to the reserve team of Austria Wien.

Coaching record

As of 4 June 2015


  • Austrian Football Bundesliga (5):
  • 1984, 1985, 1991, 1992, 1993
  • Austrian Cup (3):
  • 1990, 1992, 1994
  • References

    Andreas Ogris Wikipedia

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