| Mario Mutsch|
St. Vith, Belgium
| (1984-09-03) 3 September 1984 (age 31)|
Luxembourg national football team (Defender, Midfielder), FC St. Gallen (#19 / Midfielder)
Stefano Bensi, Chris Philipps, Maxime Chanot, Daniel da Mota, Aurelien Joachim
Mario Mutsch Wikipedia
Mario Mutsch (born 3 September 1984 in St. Vith) is a Luxembourgish footballer (midfielder) playing currently for Progres Niederkorn in Luxembourg.
Mutsch was born in Belgium, his mother comes from Belgium and his father from Luxembourg. He comes from Recht, a small village.
Mutsch started his career at Belgian lower leagues sides Spa and Kelmis (La Calamine) before heading off to Germany to play for the Alemannia Aachen reserve team. In summer 2007 he joined Swiss Super League FC Aarau on the suggestion of his former national team coach Jeff Saibene, who was assistant manager at FC Aarau.
On 16 July 2009 it was announced that Mutsch had signed for French Ligue 2 side FC Metz on a free transfer. In 2011, he joined Swiss side FC Sion for only one season and in 2012 he moved on to FC St. Gallen.
Mutsch made his debut for Luxembourg in an October 2005 World Cup qualification match against Russia and by March 2017 he had earned 93 caps, scoring four goals. He has played in 11 FIFA World Cup qualification matches.Score and Result lists Luxembourg's goal tally first