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 Rudi KARGUS 1973-1978 
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Name: Rudolf 'Rudi' Kargus

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Country: :GER: Germany
Club: Hamburger Sport-Verein
Position: *GK
Side: RF/BS
Age: 21-26 years (15/08/1952)

Height: 183 cm
Weight: 76 kg

Attack: 30
Defence: 90
Balance: 84
Stamina: 66
Top Speed: 68
Acceleration: 71
Response: 93
Agility: 79
Dribble Accuracy: 50
Dribble Speed: 52
Short Pass Accuracy: 53
Short Pass Speed: 57
Long Pass Accuracy: 56
Long Pass Speed: 59
Shot Accuracy: 41
Shot Power: 84
Shot Technique: 44
Free Kick Accuracy: 40
Curling: 42
Header: 43
Jump: 87
Technique: 50
Aggression: 59
Mentality: 77
Keeper Skills: 84
Team Work: 75

Injury Tolerance: A
Condition/Fitness: 8
Weak Foot Accuracy: 4
Weak Foot Frequency: 4
Growth Type: Early Lasting


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S11: Penalty Saver

SPECIAL ABILITIES: Penalty Stopper

Attack / Defence Awareness Card: Defence Minded


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Rudi Kargus is former German keeper and HSV legend. Kargus saved 24 penalties iduring his career which makes him the best keeper in history of Bundesliga in terms of saved penalties. He was keeper who preferred to stay on goal line where with his good positioning and reflexes, it was very hard to beat him. A native of Worms was still playing as a twelve-year-old in the youth of Wormatia as striker before he came through a breach of the Keepers in-budgetary goal. In DFB youth coach Herbert Widmayer gave debut to young keeper on 25 November 1970 in Lübeck in the international against Sweden in the German Junior National Team. With his teammates Hartmut Huhse, Manfred Kaltz, Caspar Memering, Michael and Ronald Worm Sziedat celebrated the talent of the Nibelungen City a 1-0 victory. The Worms talent was careful even in the two qualifiers against Italy in March and April 1971, the gate of the penetrating DFB youth. At the UEFA Youth Tournament in May 1971 in Czechoslovakia, he came in all three group matches against the hosts (0-0), Greece (2:4) and the selection of the DFV (1:3) to appearance. A total of eight youth internationals Kargus noted. The former "doer" of the TuS Altrip (finalist in 1970 for the German A-League Championship) and then as a youth manager for Hamburger SV employed Gerhard Heid, mediated Rudi Kargus the 1971/72 round of the Rothenbaum. In the first two rounds in the Bundesliga from 1971 to 1973, was the talent from the South West under coach Klaus-Dieter Ochs not change the hierarchy of HSV goalkeeper, was the main goalkeeper experienced Arkoc Özcan. His first league game played the Man of Worms on 11 September 1971 in a 1-1 draw against Eintracht Braunschweig. Overall, he came in the first two rounds on 24 league appearances. As a coach with Kuno Klötzer for round 1973/74, a new man took over the sports management in Hamburg, saw the arrival of the talented young goalkeepers: Kargus was a regular player and completed 33 league games. On 17 August 1974 he was with his team-mates still in Dusseldorf in the final of the DFB Cup against Eintracht Frankfurt. Grabowski & Co. sat down with a 3-1 success through after extra time. With outstanding reflexes and parades Kargus was the Cup replay on 21 December 1973 against Borussia Mönchengladbach noticed this when he could parry before 50,000 spectators in the 3-1 penalty shoot-out success after three penalty kicks by Köppel, Bonhof and Danner, and thus the foundation for his reputation as a penalty killer "put. The DFB, the response to the performance of the HSV-keeper with the first nomination for the B international match on 3 September 1974 against Luxembourg. Finally led him to his sports development in the 1974/75 round in the narrow circle of the goalkeeper, who stood for the national team in question. Sepp Maier, Norbert Nigbur, Bernd Franke, Dieter Burdenski and the young HSV-Keeper led the goalkeeper rankings. Held with three penalty kicks in the Bundesliga and two in the UEFA cup match with Dynamo Dresden - 11 December 1974, he protested the penalty of thorns and Lichtenberger 2-2 in Dresden - he had finally erhechtet a reputation as a "penalty-killer." The trend was, however, still continues, Karger won the 1975/76 HSV the DFB Cup and reached the League Cup, the Vice. He parried seven penalties in the Bundesliga and celebrated on 20 December 1975 in Istanbul against Turkey, his international debut. Now he was behind Sepp Maier is the clear number two and went as a substitute with the European Football Championship to Yugoslavia. On the sporting highlight of 1976/77 was the 2-0 victory in the finals of the European Cup Winners' Cup on 11 May 1977 in Rotterdam against RSC Anderlecht. The error in the dugout brought the Hanseatic disappointing 10th League rank remained one and the stability of the performance of goalkeeper Kargus not been immune. With new coach Branko Zebec Kargus won the 1979 German Cup, in 1980 and was runner-up in the European Cup on 28 May 1980, Madrid in the final against Nottingham Forest. In memory but in particular the 5-1 home win is on 23 April 1980 semi-final against Real Madrid. Kargus debuted at the 1 FC Nuremberg on the ninth round of the round, 1980/81, 15 October 1980, at home to Eintracht Frankfurt. After eight rounds of the "Club" coach Horst Heese score with 5:11 on the 15th Standings and Karger and colleagues were crowded with 1:4 goals through Frankfurt even more into the relegation battle. At the end of round 14, finished Nuremberg Rank and Kargus had paid its contribution to 22 league games. In the next three seasons, was promoted to the goalkeeper's outstanding player personality in Nuremberg. By a broken metatarsal from goalkeeper Joerg Schmadtke the former international was given during the 1986/87 round of a contract with Fortuna Dusseldorf. He finished on 23 Match against Bayer Uerdingen its 400th Bundesliga game to end up with Dusseldorf recorded the fourth Bundesliga relegation. For the team of coach Dieter porridge, which was replaced during the season from Gert Meyer, he had played another 20 first division games. His last game in the Bundesliga he experienced on 30 May 1987 in Düsseldorf Rhein Stadium against 1 FC Kaiserslautern. After a total of 408 matchess and 19 first division games in the 2nd Bundesliga ended his playing career. It was followed by three years as a replacement for Bodo Illgner in FC Cologne, where he was but no longer in the league are used. After he had been injured in an indoor soccer tournament the elbow, he had to finally end his career in 1990. After his resignation as he was active 1991-1996, the Office of the Chief-youth coach at Hamburger SV. A year earlier he had completed the football teacher training course at the Sport University in Cologne as a class leader. 1998, Karger coach of USC Paloma Hamburg. In the national team he played three times, 1975-1977 and in 1978 with the DFB-Elf at the World Cup in Argentina, but has not been used.

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