Thomas Wyss

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Thomas Wyss (born 29 August 1966) is a retired Swiss football midfielder.


He earned 11 caps for the Swiss national team and was in the Swiss squad at the 1994 FIFA World Cup. [1]

He was manager of Zug 94 between July 2003 and June 2005. [2]




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