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Torsten Frings

Torsten Frings
Complete Name: Torsten Frings
Nationality: ???
Place of Birth: Würselen, Germany
Date of Birth: November 22, 1976
Height: 182cm
Weight: 80 kg
National Team: ???
Current Club: Werder Bremen (Germany)
Position: Midfielder


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Club career history

Werder Brême (Germany), Borussia Dortmund (Germany), Bayern Munich (Germany), Werder Brême (Germany)


2005 Bundesliga Champions (Bayern Munich)
1999 German Cup winner (Werder Brême)
2005 German Cup winner (Bayern Munich)
2002 World Cup Finalists (ALLEMAGNE)
2000 Finaliste of la German Cup (Werder Brême)


Torsten Frings (born November 22, 1976 in Würselen) is a German football midfielder who currently plays for Werder Bremen of the German Bundesliga.

Before joining Werder, Frings played for Alemannia Aachen (1994-97), Werder Bremen (1997-2002), Borussia Dortmund (2002-04), and Bayern Munich (2004-05). For the German national team, he played in the 2002 World Cup and Euro 2004.

His professional career began at third division Alemannia Aachen before a move to Werder Bremen in 1996/97, helping the Weserstadion outfit to a German Cup final defeat of Bayern Munich in 1999 and tallying more than 160 Bundesliga appearances and 15 goals over six seasons.

In 2002, a number of Europe's leading clubs were on Frings's trail prior to the World Cup but he opted for a four-year deal with Borussia Dortmund for a reported fee of €10m, penning the contract two games into the competition. A regular in his first term at the Westfalenstadion, Frings also played 12 times in the UEFA Champions League, scoring home and away against Lokomotiv Moscow.

Frings's 2003/04 season only began on 30 January when he played against FC Schalke 04, his first game since damaging his knee against VfL Bochum in July. He took over from Tomáš Rosický in the playmaking role and scored four times in 16 games before signing a three-year contract with Dortmund's chief rivals, Bayern Munich.

Despite winning the domestic double with Bayern and making 29 Bundesliga and ten Champions League appearances, Frings never really enjoyed his football in Munich, and was played out of position by coach Felix Magath. In June he rejoined Bremen for an undisclosed fee on a three-year deal, helping them past FC Basel into the Champions League group stage.

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