Alfred Riedl

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Alfred Riedl
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Alfred Riedl
Personal information
Full name Alfred Riedl
Date of birth (1949-11-02) 2 November 1949 (age 70)
Place of birth Vienna, Austria
Height 1.84 m (6 ft 12 in)
Playing position Striker
Youth career
1961-1967 ATSV Teesdorf
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1967-1972 Austria Wien 98 (58)
1972-1974 Sint-Truiden 56 (33)
1974-1976 FC Antwerp 54 (34)
1976-1980 Standard Liège 106 (53)
1980 FC Metz 19 (6)
1981-1982 Grazer AK 42 (11)
1982-1984 Wiener Sportclub 52 (15)
1984-1985 VfB Mödling
Total 427 (210)
National team
1975-1978  Austria 4 (0)
Teams managed
1990-1991 Austria Austria
1993-1994 Morocco Olympique Khouribga
1994-1995 Egypt Al-Zamalek
1997-1998 Liechtenstein Liechtenstein
1998-2001 Vietnam Vietnam
2001-2003 Kuwait Al Salmiya
2003-2004 Vietnam Vietnam
2004-2005 State of Palestine Palestine
2005-2007 Vietnam Vietnam
2008-2009 Vietnam Xi Măng Hải Phòng FC
2009-2010 Laos Laos
2010–2011 Indonesia Indonesia
2011– Laos Laos (Technical Director)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 15 August 2008
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 15 August 2008

Alfred Riedl (born 2 November 1949 in Vienna, Austria) is a retired Austrian football player. He played as striker in Austria and Belgium. He is now football coach.

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as player[change | change source]

He played for FK Austria Wien until his 22nd year. Then he went to Belgium and played there 8 seasons for Sint-Truiden, Royal Antwerp and Standard Liège. After he came back to Austria he played for KK Austria, Grazer AK, Wiener Sportclub and VfB Admira Wacker Mödling. He was two times top scorer in the Belgian league.

From 1974-1978 he played four matches for the Austrian national football team.

as coach[change | change source]

As a manager, Riedl has coached Olympique Khouribga (Morocco, 1993–94), Al-Zamalek (Egypt, 1994–95), Al Salmiya (Kuwait, 2001–03), and many national teams, including Austria (1990–92), Liechtenstein (1997–98), Palestine (2004–05), Vietnam (1998–2001, 2003–04, 2005–2007), and Laos.

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