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Rudi Faßnacht

Rudi Faßnacht
Personal information
Full name Rudolf Faßnacht
Date of birth (1934-12-28)28 December 1934
Place of birth Neu-Ulm, German Reich
Date of death 25 July 2000(2000-07-25) (aged 65)
Place of death Gonesse, France
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
VfB Stuttgart
TSG Ulm 1846
Hannover 96
Bayer 04 Leverkusen
Teams managed
1966–1968 Holstein Kiel
1969–1970 FC 08 Villingen
1970–1973 MSV Duisburg
1974 Arminia Bielefeld
1974–1975 VfR Heilbronn
1975–1977 SC Preußen Münster
1977 Tennis Borussia Berlin
1978–1979 SC Fortuna Köln
1981 SC Preußen Münster
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals).

Rudolf "Rudi" Faßnacht (28 December 1934 in Neu-Ulm, Bavaria – 25 July 2000 in Gonesse) was a German football manager.

Faßnacht coached MSV Duisburg to a 7th place finish in the 1970–71 Bundesliga season.

Faßnacht died along with his wife on board Air France Flight 4590, the concorde which crashed in Gonesse, near Paris, on 25 July 2000.[1][2][3]

See also


  1. ^ "Families wiped out in crash".  
  2. ^ "Ex-Bundesligacoach unter den Opfern".  
  3. ^ Lange, Jörn (25 July 2010). "Franzbranntwein aufs Bein".  

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