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Rudolf Flögel

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Rudi Flögel
Personal information
Full name Rudolf Flögel
Date of birth (1939-12-13) 13 December 1939 (age 84)
Place of birth Vienna, Austria
Position(s) Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1958–1972 Rapid Vienna 333 (145)
1972–1973 SV Admira Wiener Neustadt 30 (7)
1973–1976 1. Simmeringer SC 32 (7)
Total 393 (159)
National team
1960–1969 Austria 40 (5)
Teams managed
1976–1979 1. Simmeringer SC
1979–1981 SC Neusiedl/See 1919
VfB Mödling
Prater SV
1984–1985 Wiener Sport-Club
1988–1990 SV Stockerau
1990–1998 Prater SV
1998–2001 1. Simmeringer SC
2001–2002 DSV Fortuna 05 Wien
2003–2005 Favoritner AC
2005–2006 SV Wienerfeld
2006–2007 IC Favoriten
2007–2008 1. Simmeringer SC
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Rudolf 'Rudi' Flögel (born 13 December 1939) is an Austrian former professional footballer. He played most of the time as a striker for Rapid Vienna. He also played for the Austrian national football team.

Club career[change | change source]

Rudi Flögel began his career in 1952 at FC Weißgärber. In 1958 he moved to SK Rapid Wien. Rudi Flögel played almost his entire career at this club. He played 14 seasons for them, playing 333 matches and scoring 145 goals. He won the Austrian Championship and and the Austrian Cup four times.

At the end of his career he played for SV Admira Wiener Neustadt. There he played another year in the top league. After the team were relegated, he moved to 1. Simmeringer SC. In 1974 he ended his playing career.

International career[change | change source]

He made his debut for Austria in a May 1960 friendly match against Scotland. He earned 40 caps, scoring 6 goals. His last international was a September 1969 friendly match against West Germany.[1]

Manager career[change | change source]

He managed 1. Simmeringer SC, SC Neusiedl am See, Wiener Sport-Club, Favoritner AC and other smaller clubs from Vienna.

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