Michél began playing football at an early age and started his professional career in the Bundesliga with Vfb Sttutgart in 1994. He soon moved to the FC St. Pauli in Hamburg where he played 31 games and was also picked to play for Congo-Kinshasa national team. During his career, Michél played professionally in 90 Bundesliga games, 77 Regionalliga games and 220 games overall and also 33 international caps for the national team, Congo-Kinshasa. Having acquired the UEFA-A license in 2009, Michél Mazingu-Dinzey has had a strong coaching career and has trained several teams across German and Congolese football clubs.
Having started his career in 1986, Guido Kandziora played by the division to Oberliga Nordrhein for SSG Berg.Gladbach , SV Refrath , SSV Siegburg, Tura Hennef, TSV Bobingen and SC Brück, now Viktoria Cologne. After a strong career in German football, Guido began his internship with TSG 1899 Hoffenheim’s Under-23 team in May 2011 and in two years he had the opportunity to train under Markus Gisdol and Bernhard Peters and is currently a UEFA A license coach.
Julian Magnus Zimmermann
Born in Germany, Julian played for SV Beeden in 1998 for three years following which he was selected to be a part of the youth team of FC 08 Homburg. Having acquired UEFA B license in coaching, Julian has trained several youth teams of FC 08 Homburg since 2003. A law apprentice at Saarland University, Julian completed his primary education from one of the most elite football schools in Germany and he currently continues to coach a high school team in addition to FC 08 Homburg.
Marc Reitmaier started his career in German football by playing for the U-19 team of Bundesliga’s VFL Wolfsburg. In two years, he advanced to Regionaliga’s Würzburger FV for a couple of years and went on to represent Regionaliga’s several clubs till 2013. Having acquired UEFA A license, Marc currently coaches teams from two clubs in Germany.