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Stefan Effenberg

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Born
1968 (53 years old)

Birth Place
Hamburg, West Germany

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Centre Midfielder

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1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)

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Stefan Effenberg (born 2 August 1968) is a German former footballer who currently acts as sporting director for KFC Uerdingen 05. A midfielder, he possessed leadership skills, excellent passing range, powerful shooting ability, physical strength, but was also a temperamental and controversial character.

In the Bundesliga alone – where he represented Bayern Munich most notably, in six seasons and in two different spells – Effenberg collected 109 yellow cards, an all-time record at the time of his retirement. With Bayern, he won three Bundesligas and captained the club to the UEFA Champions League title in 2001.

He played for Germany on more than 30 occasions – in a career which was cut short after a run-in with the management – representing the nation in one World Cup and one European Championship. His nickname is Der Tiger (the tiger).


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2000-2001

Bayern Munich


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2000-2001

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1999-2000

Bayern Munich


1999-2000

Bayern Munich


1998-1999

Bayern Munich


1994-1995

Fiorentina


1990

Bayern Munich

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2002-2003

2003-2004

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2015-2016
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