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Markus Babbel

Markus Babbel
 
Complete Name: Markus Babbel
Nationality: German
Place of Birth: Munich, Germany
Date of Birth: 08/09/1972
Height: 189 cm
Weight: 81 kg
National Team: Germany
Current Club: VfB Stuttgart (Germany)
Position: Right Back
 

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Club career history

Bayern Munich (Germany), Hambourg SV (Germany), Bayern Munich (GErmany), Liverpool (England), Blackburn Rovers (England), VfB Stuttgart (Germany)
 

Honours

1996 European Championship winner (Germany)
2001 European SuperCup winner (Liverpool)
1996 UEFA Cup winner (Bayern Munich)
2001 UEFA Cup winner (Liverpool)
1997 Bundesliga Champions (Bayern Munich)
1999 Bundesliga Champions (Bayern Munich)
2000 Bundesliga Champions (Bayern Munich)
1998 German Cup winner (Bayern Munich)
2000 German Cup winner (Bayern Munich)
2001 FA Cup winner (Liverpool)
2001 League Cup winner (Liverpool)
2001 Charity Shield winner (Liverpool)
 

Biography

Markus Babbel (born September 8, 1972 in Munich) is a German international footballer who plays as a defender.

Starting out in the German Bundesliga, his first club was Bayern Munich, for whom he played initially from the youth squad, forging to the first team and making eight starts, as well as four substitute appearances in league games.

Moving to SV Hamburg in August 1992 gave Babbel the chance to appear regularly in a first-team slot. Between this and his exit in 1994, he managed to score his first league goal. Transferring back to Bayern Munich, he made 167 starts, before being snapped up by then-Liverpool F.C. manager Gérard Houllier in June 2000, from whom, as a sometime first-teamer, he went on loan to Blackburn Rovers in August 2003, achieving regular first team appearances in the league, and three goals in the process.

His most recent club is VfB Stuttgart, who he joined on a free transfer in July 2004.
 

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