Mathias Jack (born 15 February 1969 in Leipzig) is a German football manager and former footballer who played primarily as a defender and was last both player and manager of DJK Amisia Rheine 1926. He is currently working as interim manager for Fortuna Düsseldorf II. Jack began his career with Wismut Aue before moving to VfB Oldenburg in 1991. Following two years with them, Jack had a similar length of spell with Rot-Weiss Essen. Jack played for Essen in the 1994 German Cup Final. He then had spells with VfL Bochum and Fortuna Düsseldorf.

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  • Mathias Jack (born 15 February 1969 in Leipzig) is a German football manager and former footballer who played primarily as a defender and was last both player and manager of DJK Amisia Rheine 1926. He is currently working as interim manager for Fortuna Düsseldorf II. Jack began his career with Wismut Aue before moving to VfB Oldenburg in 1991. Following two years with them, Jack had a similar length of spell with Rot-Weiss Essen. Jack played for Essen in the 1994 German Cup Final. He then had spells with VfL Bochum and Fortuna Düsseldorf. Jack moved to Scottish side Hibernian in 1999, going on to make over 100 appearances for the Easter Road side. On Sunday 22 October 2000 he played for Hibs in the famous 6 goals to 2 absolute pumping of Heart of Midlothian at a packed Easter Road under the floodlights live on Sky. A game Hibs fans will never forget. He also played for Hibs in the 2001 Scottish Cup Final, a 3–0 defeat by Celtic. Following his departure in the summer of 2003, Jack had a short spell with Raith Rovers in November before returning to his hometown with Sachsen Leipzig. In 2005, Jack moved abroad again to Icelandic side Grindavik before returning to Germany in 2006 with SV Meppen. Jack joined Rheine in January 2008, initially signing a contract until the end of the season. (en)
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  • Mathias Jack (born 15 February 1969 in Leipzig) is a German football manager and former footballer who played primarily as a defender and was last both player and manager of DJK Amisia Rheine 1926. He is currently working as interim manager for Fortuna Düsseldorf II. Jack began his career with Wismut Aue before moving to VfB Oldenburg in 1991. Following two years with them, Jack had a similar length of spell with Rot-Weiss Essen. Jack played for Essen in the 1994 German Cup Final. He then had spells with VfL Bochum and Fortuna Düsseldorf. (en)
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