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Hitzfeld to take charge of Swiss after Euro 2008

BERLIN, Feb 19 (Reuters) - Ottmar Hitzfeld will take over as Switzerland coach after Euro 2008, the Swiss FA said in a statement on its website on Tuesday (

Hitzfeld, who had already announced his decision to step down as Bayern Munich coach at the end of the season, will begin work on July 1 on a two-year contract, the statement said.

Switzerland are co-hosts of Euro 2008 with Austria. Jakob Kuhn had already stated his intention to step down after the June 7-29 tournament.

Hitzfeld, who returned for a second spell at Bayern early last year, will be replaced by Juergen Klinsmann as coach at the Bundesliga club once the season is over.

Hitzfeld, 59, enjoyed success as a player and coach in Switzerland and was frequently mentioned in the media as a possible future coach of the country's national team.

His greatest achievements in Germany came in leading both Borussia Dortmund (1997) and Bayern Munich (2001) to Champions League glory.