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Peter Schnittger

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Collection: 1941 Births, Benin National Football Team Managers, Cameroon National Football Team Managers, Ethiopia National Football Team Managers, Expatriate Football Managers in Benin, Expatriate Football Managers in Cameroon, Expatriate Football Managers in Ethiopia, Expatriate Football Managers in Ivory Coast, Expatriate Football Managers in Madagascar, Expatriate Football Managers in Senegal, Expatriate Football Managers in Thailand, German Football Managers, Ivory Coast National Football Team Managers, Living People, Madagascar National Football Team Managers, People from Hann. Münden, Senegal National Football Team Managers, Sportspeople from Lower Saxony, Thailand National Football Team Managers
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Peter Schnittger

Peter Schnittger
Personal information
Date of birth (1941-05-22) 22 May 1941
Place of birth Hann. Münden, Germany
Playing position Manager
Teams managed
Years Team
1968–1970 Côte d'Ivoire
1970–1973 Cameroon
1974–1976 Ethiopia
1976–1978 Thailand
1978–1985 Madagascar
1990–1994 Benin
1995–2000 Senegal

Peter Schnittger (born 22 May 1941 in Hann. Münden) is a German football coach who has managed a number of national teams throughout Africa and Asia, including Côte d'Ivoire, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Thailand, Madagascar, Benin and Senegal. In 2006 rejected an approach from the Algerian Football Association to coach their national side.[1]


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