Marc Robert Wilmots is a Belgian international former footballer who is currently the manager of the Iran national football team. During his club career as attacking midfielder, he won trophies with KV Mechelen, Standard Liège and Schalke 04. He has also been a politician, having sat in the Senate for four years for the Mouvement Réformateur party.
|Born:||Marc Robert Wilmots, February 22, 1969, Jodoigne, Belgium|
|Political party:||Mouvement Réformateur|
|Constituency:||French-speaking electoral college|
|Twitter:||Marc Wilmots's Twitter profile|
About Marc Wilmots
Former Belgian midfielder whose career spanned from 1987 to 2003. He scored 67 goals in 136 appearances for Standard Liege and also had a strong four-year run with Shalke 04 from 1996 to 2000.
He began his professional career playing for the Belgian team K. Sint-Truidense V.V. in 1987.
He scored 28 goals for the Belgium national team from 1990 to 2002.
He married Katrien Wilmots in 1998.
He competed in the 2002 World Cup where Brazil's Ronaldo was the top scorer.
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