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Johann Buzek

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Personal information
Full name Johann Buzek
Date of birth (1938-05-22) 22 May 1938 (age 86)
Place of birth Vienna, Nazi Germany
Height 1.81 m (5 ft 11 in)
Position(s) Striker
Youth career
1950–1953 First Vienna FC
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1953–1963 First Vienna FC 163 (138)
1963–1967 FK Austria Wien 102 (52)
1967–1969 Wiener Sportclub 41 (18)
1969–1970 FC Dornbirn 27 (4)
1970–1972 SK Rapid Wien 49 (12)
1972–1973 Austria Klagenfurt 23 (3)
Total 405 (227)
National team
1955–1969 Austria 42 (9)
Teams managed
1973-1977 Badener AC
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only
Austria national football team in 1958 with the following players – from left to right, standing; Walter Horak, Ernst Happel, Karl Koller, Alfred Körner, Paul Halla, Walter Schleger; crouched: Helmut Senekowitsch, Gerhard Hanappi, Rudolf Szanwald, Franz Swoboda and Johann Buzek.

Johann Buzek (born 22 May 1938 in Wien) is a former Austrian football forward. He played for different clubs in Austria and the Austrian national football team.

Club career[change | change source]

He is a goldsmith by profession. Buzek started his career in the youth ranks of Vienna. He stayed with them for 13 years. He also played for the other big capital teams Austria Wien, Wiener Sport-Club and Rapid Wien. In 1969/1970 he got relegated with Dornbirn. 1956 (with Vienna) and 1956 and 1966 ( with Austria Wien) he became top scorer of the league. After finishing his playing career with Austria Klagenfurt he became a full-time goldsmith in Baden bei Wien.

International career[change | change source]

He made his debut for Austria in an October 1955 match against Yugoslavia and earned a total of 42 caps, scoring 9 goals. At his debut he was 17 years und 161 days old and was the youngest team player till then.[1] He was a participant at the 1958 FIFA World Cup.[2]

Manager career[change | change source]

He was the coach of Badener AC from 1973 to 1977.

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