Robert Jaspert (born 26 February 1960 in Berlin) is a German football coach.Jaspert represented SF Kladow, Hertha Zehlendorf, SC Wacker 04 Berlin, Preußen Wilmersdorf, SC Rapide Wedding, Weddinger FC, SC Westend 1901, NSC Marathon 02 and Tennis Borussia Berlin II during an amateur playing career based solely in Berlin. In 1996, he became manager of Tennis Borussia's second-string team, and was later promoted to the role of head coach of the first team on 16 November 2000. After a run of 7 straight defeats in the Regionalliga Nord, Jaspert was replaced in March 2001 by Friedhelm Haebermann.

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  • Robert Jaspert (* 26. Februar 1960) ist ein deutscher ehemaliger Fußballspieler und heutiger -trainer. Er ist der Bruder von Nikolas Jaspert. Derzeit ist er vereinslos. (de)
  • Robert Jaspert (born 26 February 1960 in Berlin) is a German football coach. Jaspert represented SF Kladow, Hertha Zehlendorf, SC Wacker 04 Berlin, Preußen Wilmersdorf, SC Rapide Wedding, Weddinger FC, SC Westend 1901, NSC Marathon 02 and Tennis Borussia Berlin II during an amateur playing career based solely in Berlin. In 1996, he became manager of Tennis Borussia's second-string team, and was later promoted to the role of head coach of the first team on 16 November 2000. After a run of 7 straight defeats in the Regionalliga Nord, Jaspert was replaced in March 2001 by Friedhelm Haebermann. During the 2001–02 season, Jaspert was assistant manager to Pierre Littbarski at MSV Duisburg—a role in which he also functioned from 2004 until 2005 under Jo Bonfrere for the South Korea national football team. After a short break from football, Jaspert took over the reins of Lebanese Premier League outfit Al Ahed, a team supported by the Hezbollah. In June 2007, Jaspert survived a bombing at the hotel he was staying at in Beirut as he was not home at the time. The bombing killed the politician Walid Eido, and two footballers (one of which being Hussein Dokmak) of Al Ahed's rivals Nejmeh SC. Jaspert became Littbarski's assistant again in 2008, this time in Iran for Saipa F.C. and later for Liechtenstein's FC Vaduz. In January 2012, Jaspert was announced as a joint manager of Croatian club NK Karlovac alongside Krešimir Ganjto after the club was taken over by German company Haag Sportmanagement but the deal never took place. (en)
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  • Robert Jaspert (* 26. Februar 1960) ist ein deutscher ehemaliger Fußballspieler und heutiger -trainer. Er ist der Bruder von Nikolas Jaspert. Derzeit ist er vereinslos. (de)
  • Robert Jaspert (born 26 February 1960 in Berlin) is a German football coach.Jaspert represented SF Kladow, Hertha Zehlendorf, SC Wacker 04 Berlin, Preußen Wilmersdorf, SC Rapide Wedding, Weddinger FC, SC Westend 1901, NSC Marathon 02 and Tennis Borussia Berlin II during an amateur playing career based solely in Berlin. In 1996, he became manager of Tennis Borussia's second-string team, and was later promoted to the role of head coach of the first team on 16 November 2000. After a run of 7 straight defeats in the Regionalliga Nord, Jaspert was replaced in March 2001 by Friedhelm Haebermann. (en)
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