Andreas Baingo

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Andreas Baingo (born November 28, 1950 in Zawadzkie , Poland ) is a former German soccer player and later sports journalist and author .

Athletic career

Andreas Baingo began his footballing career in Zwickau with the lower-class company sports community (BSG) Motor Süd. In 1975 he went to East Berlin and joined today's traditional club 1. FC Union Berlin . Baingo played four times in the second-rate GDR league for the “Iron” in the 1975/76 season .

After his time at An der Alten Försterei , he played 77 games for the BSG Rotation Berlin from 1976 to 1980, also in the GDR League, and scored seven goals. After his active time, he was a member of the football section management of the BSG rotation. In 1994 he became branch manager at 1. FC Union.

Professional career

On April 1, 1978, Baingo began as a football editor for Deutsche Sportecho . His match reports were also continuously published in fuwo - The New Football Week . After the reunification in the GDR he remained active as a journalist with books about the league and the national players of GDR football and also wrote for the Berliner Kurier and the kicker sports magazine . In Sportverlag Berlin and other media companies such as the Edition Temmen he was before and after the reunification (co-) author of several football books.

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