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Helmut Senekowitsch
Personal information
Full name Helmut Senekowitsch
Date of birth 22 October 1933(1933-10-22)
Place of birth    Graz, Austria
Date of death    9 September 2007 (aged 73)
Place of death    Klosterneuburg, Austria
Playing position Striker or Midfielder
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1955-1959
1959-1961
1961-1964
1964-1971
Sturm Graz
First Vienna
Real Betis
FC Wacker Innsbruck


47 (10)   
National team
1957-1968 Austria 18 (5)
Teams managed
1971-1973
1973-1975
1975-1976
1976-1978
1978-1979
1979-1980
1980-1981
1981
1982
1982
1983
1983-1984
1984-1985
1985-1988
1988-1989
1989-1990
1990-1991
1991-1992
1993
Grazer AK
SK VÖEST Linz
FC Admira/Wacker
Austria
UAG Tecos
Athletic Bilbao
Real Betis
Panathinaikos
Olympiacos
Eintracht Frankfurt
AEK
AEK
Grazer AK
UAG Tecos
Cádiz CF
Panionios
AC Omonia
LASK Linz
Wiener SC

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
* Appearances (Goals)

Helmut Senekowitsch (senekovitʃ) (22 October 1933 – 9 September 2007) was an Austrian football player and later a football manager.

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Playing career

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Club career

He played for several clubs, including SK Sturm Graz, Real Betis and FC Wacker Innsbruck.

International career

He played for the Austria national football team and was a participant at the 1958 FIFA World Cup.[1] He earned 18 caps, scoring 5 goals.

Coaching career

He later worked as a coach, one of his major achievements was helping Austria qualify for the 1978 FIFA World Cup, the first time Austria had qualified for the World Cup in twenty years. He led them during the game dubbed The miracle of Córdoba, against arch-rivals West Germany, which the Austrians won 3-2 and which was Austria's first win against West Germany for 47 years,

He died in September 2007 after a long illness.[2][3]

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