Bayer Leverkusen - Manager History

Manager History

  • Edmund Conen (1957–59)
  • Theo Kirchberg (1959–60)
  • Erich Garske (1960–62)
  • Fritz Pliska (1962–65)
  • Theo Kirchberg (1965–71)
  • Gero Bisanz (1971–73)
  • Friedhelm Renno (1973–74)
  • Manfred Rummel (1974–75)
  • Radoslav Momirski (1976–76)
  • Willibert Kremer (1 July 1976 – 22 November 81)
  • Gerhard Kentschke (23 November 1981 – 30 June 82)
  • Dettmar Cramer (1 July 1982 – 30 June 85)
  • Erich Ribbeck (1 July 1985 – 30 June 88)
  • Rinus Michels (1 July 1988 – 13 April 89)
  • Jürgen Gelsdorf (13 April 1989 – 30 May 91)
  • Peter Hermann (31 May 1991 – 30 June 91)
  • Reinhard Saftig (1 July 1991 – 4 April 93)
  • Dragoslav Stepanović (4 April 1993 – 7 April 95)
  • Erich Ribbeck (10 April 1995 – 27 April 96)
  • Peter Hermann (28 April 1996 – 30 June 96)
  • Christoph Daum (1 July 1996 – 21 October 00)
  • Rudi Völler (21 October 2000 – 11 November 00)
  • Berti Vogts (12 November 2000 – 20 May 01)
  • Klaus Toppmöller (1 July 2001 – 15 February 03)
  • Thomas Hörster (16 February 2003 – 10 May 03)
  • Klaus Augenthaler (13 May 2003 – 16 September 05)
  • Rudi Völler (16 September 2005 – 9 October 2005)
  • Michael Skibbe (9 October 2005 – 21 May 08)
  • Bruno Labbadia (1 July 2008 – 5 June 09)
  • Jupp Heynckes (5 June 2009 – 1 July 2011)
  • Robin Dutt (1 July 2011 – 1 April 2012)
  • Sami Hyypiä & Sascha Lewandowski (1 April 2012 – present)

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