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Examples of "nerlinger"
In the 40th minute, Munich pressure told when a cross from Jorginho was converted by Christian Nerlinger. Nerlinger beat Spencer Prior to the ball and successfully steered his header inside Bryan Gunn's left hand post.
In 2004 Dougal received a fine for use of bad language towards Christian Nerlinger of Rangers.
Nerlinger is a German surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Christian Nerlinger (born 21 March 1973 in Dortmund) is a retired German footballer who played as a central midfielder.
Manfred Nerlinger (born September 27, 1960 in Munich, Bavaria) is a German former weightlifter, trainer and entrepreneur.
After his professional career ended, Nerlinger studied International Business at the Munich Business School. Shortly later he was appointed team manager at Bayern Munich. In January 2010, he succeeded Uli Hoeneß as technical manager, upgrading shortly after to general manager of the club. On 2 July 2012, Nerlinger was replaced by Matthias Sammer.
On 2 July 2012, he took over as Sporting Director of Bayern Munich. As Sporting Director, he is a member of the management board responsible for the professional playing staff of the club. He replaced Christian Nerlinger.
Nerlinger signed for FC Bayern Munich at the age of 13, completing his formation at the Bavarian side. He was promoted to the first team in 1992, but made no Bundesliga appearances in his debut season.
Nerlinger was capped six times by Germany, his debut coming on 5 September 1998, in a 1–1 friendly with Romania, in which he scored the equalizer five minutes from time.
Nerlinger became Team Manager on 1 July 2008. He became Sporting Director of Bayern Munich on 1 July 2009. He held the position until June 2012 when he was replaced by Matthias Sammer.
Nerlinger also lifted 37 German records. His personal bests were, before 1993: 197.5 kg snatch, 260.0 kg clean and jerk, 455.0 kg combined; after weight categories were changed in 1993: 192.5 kg snatch, 247.5 kg clean and jerk, 440.0 kg combined. Since 2000 he works as national youth trainer in the German weightlifting federation (BVDG). He also runs a shop selling weightlifting products.
He started with weightlifting in 1973. Competing in the superheavyweight category, he participated in four Summer Olympics, and won two bronze medals and one silver medal. Nerlinger participated in 11 World Championships, winning 3 medals in the snatch, 7 medals in the clean and jerk, 2 of them gold medals, and 5 medals in the combined competition.
The Delaware Diamond (coordinates of right ascension 9h40m44s and declination 48°14’2”) was officially adopted on June 30, 2000, as a star of the 12th magnitude and the first star on the International Star Registry ever to be registered to an American state. It was chosen in a 1999 Delaware Museum of Natural History contest by Amy Nerlinger of Wilmington.
After another four solid seasons, Nerlinger moved to hometown club Borussia Dortmund, where he began suffering with injuries; this situation would be worsened in the following years, as he could hardly get a game at any of his following two clubs, Scotland's Rangers and 1. FC Kaiserslautern (he reunited with former Bayern teammate Carsten Jancker in the latter), forcing to his retirement from the game in December 2005.
Xherdan Shaqiri, Claudio Pizarro, Tom Starke, Dante, Mario Mandžukić, Mitchell Weiser, Lukas Raeder, and Javi Martínez transferred to Bayern Munich in the summer transfer. The transfer of Javi Martínez, at €40 million, is the most expensive transfer in the history of the Bundesliga. Takashi Usami, Breno, Rouven Sattelmaier, Ivica Olić, and Danijel Pranjić left Bayern, Hans-Jörg Butt retired, and Nils Petersen was loaned to Werder Bremen. Hans-Jörg Butt was appointed head of the Bayern Munich Junior Team on 1 July; but Hans-Jörg Butt left the position on 7 August. Wolfgang Dremmler was appointed his successor on 9 August. On 2 July, the club announced that Matthias Sammer replaced Christian Nerlinger during UEFA Euro 2012. Jupp Heynckes believed that the 2012–13 squad is better than the previous season's squad.
Other noteworthy military officers serving the provisional government in the city of Kaiserlautern, were Friedrich Strasser, Alexander Schimmelpfennig, Captain Rudolph von Manteuffel, Albert Clement, Herr Zychlinski, Friedrich von Beust, Eugen Oswald, Amand Goegg, Gustav von Struve, Otto Julius Bernhard von Corvin-Wiersbitzki, Joseph Moll, Johann Gottfried Kinkel, Herr Mersy, Karl Emmermann, Franz Sigel, Major Nerlinger, Colonel Kurz, Friedrich Karl Franz Hecker and Hermann von Natzmer. Hermann von Natzmer was the former Prussian officer who had been in charge of the arsenal of Berlin. Refusing to shoot insurgent forces who stormed the arsenal on June 14, 1848, Natzmer became a hero to insurgents across Germany. He was sentenced to 15 years in prison for refusing orders to shoot, but in 1849, he escaped prison and fled to the Palatinate to join its insurgent forces. Gustav Adolph Techow, a former Prussian officer, also joined Palatinate forces. Organizing the artillery and providing services in the ordnance shops was Lieutenant Colonel Freidrich Anneke. He was a member of the Communist League and one of the founders of the Cologne Workers Association in 1848, editor of the "Neue Kölnische Zeitung" and a Rhenish District Committee of Democrats.