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Examples of "scharinger"
Rainer Scharinger (born 4 March 1967) is a retired German footballer who is now a football manager. He was the manager of SC Rheindorf Altach.
In 2007 Richard Hagelauer was elected Rector. At present, Ferdinand Kerschner is head of the Academic Senate and Ludwig Scharinger is head of the University Council .
Dads is an American math rock band from Piscataway, New Jersey. The band, currently on indefinite hiatus, is composed of guitarist/vocalist Scott Scharinger, bassist Ryan Azada, and drummer/vocalist John Bradley.
1991 - Nikolaus Harnoncourt conducting Concentus Musicus Wien, with Monica Bacelli (Don Ramiro), Edita Gruberova (Sandrina), Uwe Heilmann (Il Contino Belfiore), Charlotte Margiono (Arminda), Thomas Moser (Podesta), Anton Scharinger (Nardo) and Dawn Upshaw (Serpetta). Teldec 9031-72309-2 (3 CD)
Scharinger was named manager of Karlsruher SC on 2 March 2011 as the successor of the sacked Uwe Rapolder Following a 5–1 defeat against Dynamo Dresden he was sacked on 31 October 2011.
In 2009, he reunited with Rainer Scharinger at VfR Aalen, whom was his coach with Sandausen, and Hoffenheim. He captained the team, and got them promoted into the 3. Liga. After a contract standoff, he left on a free transfer to the Turkish team, Gençlerbirliği. Due to his Turkish passport, he did not count as a foreign player for the team, but he only made a couple of appearances for the team. Following an unsuccessful year, he left the Turkish club on a free transfer. He again reunited with Scharinger who then managed the Austrian team SCR Altach, but lasted a couple of months before transferring in 2013 to SV Darmstadt 98.
Dads originally formed in the summer of 2010 as a trio consisting of guitarist/vocalist Scott Scharinger, drummer/vocalist John Bradley, and bassist Michael Nazzaro. The band quickly gained the attention of the emo revival scene. Dads soon decided to part ways with Nazzaro as they found it easier to connect as a two-piece. Upon releasing several extended plays, the band released their debut LP, "American Radass (This Is Important)" in 2012 achieving minor commercial success, along with critical acclaim. Through extensive touring, the band built a national audience and released an EP in 2013 entitled "Pretty Good" via 6131 Records, which led to the band charting on various Billboard charts for the first time. The following year, Dads released their sophomore effort, "I'll Be the Tornado" which reached 17th on the "Billboard" Top Heatseekers album chart.
In January 2011, Hasenhüttl succeeded Rainer Scharinger as the coach of third-division VfR Aalen, then in 16th place, one point above the relegation zone. His first match was a 1–1 draw against VfB Stuttgart II. Aalen's survival in the 3. Liga earned him a year's contract extension. In the 2011–12 season, he completely rebuilt the team, bringing in eight new players and releasing 14, with the aim of a mid-table finish. After a slow start to the season, the team found itself in sixth place at the winter break, only a point behind the play-off position. The team's run continued into the second half of the season, which included an eight-game winning streak, earning Hasenhüttl a further two-year contract extension in November 2011. At the end of the season, Aalen finished in second place, earning automatic promotion to the 2. Bundesliga. During pre-season training in the summer of 2012, Hasenhüttl contracted a Hantavirus infection, but returned to work three weeks into the 2012–13 season. Hasenhüttl had switched from a 4–4–2 to a 4–5–1 formation, to facilitate a fast, counter-attacking game, with surprising success – by the winter break, Aalen were in fifth place. The team finished the season in ninth place, the highest of the newly promoted teams. After two-and-a-half successful years at Aalen, Hasenhüttl resigned in June 2013, following disagreements with sporting director Markus Schupp, who had imposed an austerity program for the following season, with several departing players not being replaced. He finished with a record of 36 wins, 28 draws, ans 29 losses.