Today's Martin Reim Talking Points
Martin Reim (born 14 May 1971) is an Estonian football manager and former professional player. He is currently the manager of the Estonia national football team.
Reim played as a central midfielder for VAZ/Žiguli Tallinn, Lõvid, Sport Tallinn, Norma, Flora, Lelle, KTP and Tervis. He is Estonia's most capped player of all time with 157 appearances, and was the most capped European player until he was surpassed by Latvia's Vitālijs Astafjevs in November 2009. He is also the most capped player not to have played in a final tournament.
Reim was named Estonian Footballer of the Year in 1995 and won the Estonian Silverball award three times, in 1995, 1997, 1999. In 2011, he received the Order of the White Star (5th Class) for his services to Estonia.
In 2007, Martin Reimi Jalgpallikool (English: Martin Reim Football Academy), or simply MRJK, was opened in Viimsi. In 2016, the academy team merged with Esiliiga B club HÜJK Emmaste, and became Viimsi JK.Close