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Daum's luggage stolen in Duesseldorf

Daum's luggage stolen in Duesseldorf

Former FC Cologne coach Christoph Daum had several pieces of luggage _ including a laptop containing the contact details of many leading footballers _ stolen as he checked on to a flight to Turkey, Germany's Bild newspaper reported Monday.
Daum was traveling from Duesseldorf to Istanbul on Sunday to begin his second stint with Fenerbahce, a club he coached between 2003-'06 and led to two national league titles.
He told Bild that several of his bags were stolen while he was checking in. One, he said, contained a laptop on which he had stored his new coaching contract and the contact information for many prominent football players and trainers.
"The computer is my memory," Daum said. He added that he reported the theft to Duesseldorf airport police.
Daum is replacing Luis Aragones of Spain as Fenerbahce coach.
He coached the Bundesliga club in Cologne since November 2006.


Updated : 2021-04-17 03:48 GMT+08:00