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Karl-Heinz Riedle
Personal information
Full name Karl-Heinz Riedle
Date of birth September 16, 1965 (1965-09-16) (age 44)
Place of birth    Weiler im Allgäu, West Germany
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Playing position Striker
Youth career
TSV Ellhofen
SV Weiler
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1983-1986
1986-1987
1987-1990
1990-1993
1993-1997
1997-1999
1999-2001
FC Augsburg
Blau-Weiß Berlin
Werder Bremen
Lazio
Borussia Dortmund
Liverpool
Fulham
Total

034 0(10)
086 0(38)
084 0(30)
087 0(24)
060 0(11)
034 00(6)
385 (119)   
National team
1988-1994 Germany 042 0(16)
Teams managed
2000 Fulham

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

Olympic medal record
Competitor for  West Germany
Men's Football
Bronze 1988 Seoul Team Competition

Karl-Heinz Riedle (born 16 September 1965 in Weiler im Allgäu) is a former German professional footballer, who won the FIFA World Cup with West Germany in 1990 and the UEFA Champions League in 1997 with Borussia Dortmund. Riedle ended his international career with 42 caps and 16 goals.[1]

Riedle's youth clubs are TSV Ellhofen and SV Weiler. He started his senior career at FC Augsburg. He then moved to Blau-Weiss 90 Berlin in 1986, who had just been promoted to the Bundesliga. However, the club finished last in that season, but Riedle managed to earn the interest of his next club Werder Bremen. He played for the side, coached by Otto Rehhagel, from 1987 to 1990. He scored 18 goals in 33 games in his first season and helped Bremen to win the Bundesliga title in that year. That season, he made his debut for the West German national team as well. He was able to score against Finland in his first international match. Furthermore, Riedle and Bremen appeared in two DFB-Pokal finals (1989 & 1990), which they lost both.

In 1990, Riedle was a member of the West German side that won the World Cup. The same year, he moved to Lazio of the Italian Serie A for a transfer fee of 5.5 million pounds. One of his most memorable matches during that time period was the Euro 1992 semi-final of Germany against Sweden, in which he scored 2 goals and helped Germany to reach the final against Denmark.

Riedle returned to Germany in 1993 and joined Borussia Dortmund. He helped Dortmund to win two Bundesliga titles in 1995 and 1996. In 1997, he scored two goals in the Champions League Final to help upset Juventus 3-1.

In 1997, Riedle joined Liverpool of the English Premier League. Unable to secure a regular place in the lineup, he joined Fulham in 1999. Riedle, along with his old Liverpool manager Roy Evans, served as the caretaker manager for the end of the 1999/2000 season after Paul Bracewell had been fired in March, 2000. Riedle retired from football in 2001. He scored his last goal in a 2-0 win over Queens Park Rangers in a Division One match.

Riedle's son, Alessandro, is now a footballer, playing for VfB Stuttgart.

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Karl-Heinz Riedle
Personal information
Full name Karl-Heinz Riedle
Date of birth 16 September 1965 (1965-09-16) (age 45)
Place of birth    Weiler im Allgäu, West Germany
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Playing position Striker (retired)
Senior clubs
Years Club
1983-1986
1986-1987
1987-1990
1990-1993
1993-1997
1997-1999
1999-2001
Augsburg
Blau-Weiss Berlin
Werder Bremen
Lazio
Borussia Dortmund
Liverpool
Fulham
National team
1988-1994 Germany
Teams managed
2000 Fulham

Karl-Heinz Riedle (born 16 September, 1965) is a former German football player. He has played for Germany national team.

Club career statistics

[1]

Club Performance League
SeasonClubLeague AppsGoals
GermanyLeague
1983-84Augsburg164
1984-85307
1985-863420
1986-87Blau-Weiss BerlinBundesliga3410
1987-88Werder BremenBundesliga3318
1988-893313
1989-90207
ItalyLeague
1990-91LazioSerie A339
1991-922913
1992-93228
GermanyLeague
1993-94Borussia DortmundBundesliga224
1994-95296
1995-96187
1996-97187
EnglandLeague
1997-98LiverpoolPremier League256
1998-99345
1999-0010
1999-00FulhamFirst Division215
2000-01141
CountryGermany 287103
Italy 8430
England 9517
Total 466150

International career statistics

[2]

Germany national team
YearAppsGoals
198811
198931
199091
199153
1992104
199385
199461
Total4216

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