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Andreas Hinkel (born 26 March 1982) is a former German footballer. He played as a right back and has 21 caps for Germany. Hinkel was known for his attacking play on the flanks and defensive solidity. Now he is the manager of VfB Suttgart's U12 and U16 teams.

He started his career with Bundesliga side VfB Stuttgart in 2000, before moving to La Liga club Sevilla in 2006. In January 2008, he signed for Scottish Premier League club Celtic for £1.9 million. He left Celtic and joined Bundesliga side Freiburg after his contract expired in summer 2011. He had spent the entire 2010–11 season out due to a cruciate ligament injury.

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Germany – UEFA Euro 2004 semi-finalists

1. Kahn 2. Hinkel 3. Friedrich 4. Wörns 5. Nowotny 6. Baumann 7. Schweinsteiger 8. Hamann 9. Bobic 10. Kurányi 11. Klose 12. Lehmann 13. Ballack 14. Brdarić 15. Kehl 16. Jeremies 17. Ziege 18. Ernst 19. Schneider 20. Podolski 21. Lahm 22. Frings 23. Hildebrand

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