As a Norwich City fan I just had to include Paul Lambert.
Not without good reason though.
He was also part of Dortmund’s Champions League winning team, still renowned by Dortmund fans for marking Zidane out of the final.
After leaving Dortmund after just one season, Lambert moved to Celtic, where he amassed four Scottish Premier League titles and three cups under the management of Martin O’Neill.
O’Neill’s influence must have rubbed off on Lambert who is currently manager of Norwich City, having guided them to Premier League status after two successive promotions.
The physically imposing striker played for Dortmund between 2001 and 2006.
During his time there he won a Bundesliga title in 2002.
He has also played 91 times for the Czech Republic and is that country’s all-time leading goal scorer.
Although also having won the Bundesliga title with Dortmund in 2002, Jens Lehmann’s reputation with the club is tarnished by a poor disciplinary record and inconsistent performances.
He was, however, successful elsewhere.
Lehmann won the Premier League with Arsenal, Serie A with AC Milan and the UEFA Cup with Schalke as well as the UEFA Goalkeeper of the Year award twice.