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Thomas Brdaric was born on 23 January, 1975 in Nürtingen, Germany, is a German footballer. Discover Thomas Brdaric's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 46 years old?

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Occupation Player
Age 46 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 23 January 1975
Birthday 23 January
Birthplace Nürtingen, Germany
Nationality Germany

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Thomas Brdaric Height, Weight & Measurements

At 46 years old, Thomas Brdaric height is 6′ 2″ .

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Thomas Brdaric Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Thomas Brdaric worth at the age of 46 years old? Thomas Brdaric’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. He is from Germany. We have estimated Thomas Brdaric's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Net Worth in 2019 Pending
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After this turbulent year, he was quickly sold onto Hannover 96, rejoining the team he had been loaned to on a permanent 3-year deal. However, controversy had not fully escaped him as he irked coach Peter Neururer with an interview in which he stated: "As a striker, you have some sort of lust for scoring. That's why a 4–4 with four goals scored by yourself is more important than a win for the team". This led to Brdarić being dropped and subsequently given limited playing opportunities.


On 24 March 2009, Brdarić was named as the new director of sport and later also as manager for 1. FC Union Solingen. He was fired on 17 August 2009. He was appointed manager of TSG Neustrelitz in 2013, and led the team to the 2013–14 Regionalliga Nordost title before losing in a promotion playoff against FSV Mainz 05 II. He then took over as manager of VfL Wolfsburg II.


This awkward situation was solved though by Neururer's sacking in August 2006, which he welcomed by unleashing criticism at his former coach, branding him "mean and dishonest" in their relationship and claiming he lacked the substance behind his front to aid the club. His time at the club then was much less fractious under Dieter Hecking and he managed five goals in just 11 appearances in the 2006–07 season, where he was blighted by knee problems. His injured knee forced him eventually to end his career as player.


This attracted VfL Wolfsburg in July 2004, signing for him €1 million in a three-year deal. Although he matched the previous season's tally of 12, this was a much more frustrating season as he found himself often substituted or starting on the bench. These annoyances caused him to fall out with teammates and club officials. Team manager Thomas Strunz labelled Brdarić an "egotist" for putting his own issues before the team.


In 2003, he recorded a CD entitled "The Wild 13". The song (co-written by Coastland Records' Marco Heggen) mocks goalkeepers Oliver Kahn, Jens Lehmann and Frank Rost. The title stems from Brdarić's shirt number.


Brdarić's time with Leverkusen though began to wilt soon into the 2002–03 season, which even saw him playing for their amateurs in the Regionalliga North. The following season he was loaned out to fellow Bundesliga team Hannover 96 and managed 12 goals, his best tally yet at the top level.


This form caught the eye of Bundesliga club Bayer 04 Leverkusen and they snapped him up in summer 1999. Although he never scored regularly in his time there, he mostly managed to hold down a first team place and enjoyed playing on the biggest stage of his career. During his time with the club, he twice finished second in the league and appeared in the 2002 DFB Cup final, and most prestigiously, the UEFA Champions League final that year, where they were defeated by Real Madrid after their shock run in the tournament. Brdarić played 18 games in the UEFA Champions League in total, scoring once (in a 3–1 win over Juventus in the 2002 campaign).


He spent two seasons at the Rheinland club, helping them gain promotion to the top flight and maintaining their position. However, he managed just a solitary goal in his time and was again let go, back to the 2. Bundesliga with rivals Fortuna Köln. His spell here was much more successful as he became a first-team regular and found his finishing touch, particularly in 1998–99 when he managed 13 goals in 29 appearances.


Brdarić was born in Nürtingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. began his professional career with VfB Stuttgart, making his Bundesliga debut as a substitute for Fritz Walter on 29 August 1993 against Bayern Munich. In only his second game, against SG Wattenscheid 09, he scored his first goal in a 4–2 victory. He managed ten games in total in his debut season, but did not manage to keep his place in the squad as he was sold onto Fortuna Düsseldorf in the 2. Bundesliga.


Thomas Brdarić (Croatian pronunciation: [tômaz bř̩darit͡ɕ] ; born 23 January 1975) is a German former professional footballer of Croatian descent, who played as a forward, and current manager of Vllaznia.