Heinz Rudloff

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Heinz Rudloff
birthday May 31, 1949
position striker
Years station Games (goals) 1
000? –1972 SC Hassel
1972-1973 Black and white food 11 0(3)
1974 SG Wattenscheid 09 8 0(2)
1974-1976 DJK Gütersloh 59 (29)
1976 SV Chio Waldhof 07 16 0(3)
1977-1988 FK Pirmasens 39 (13)
1 Only league games are given.

Heinz Rudloff (born May 31, 1949 ) is a former German soccer player .


The striker Heinz Rudloff began his career at SC Hassel in Gelsenkirchen and moved to Schwarz-Weiß Essen in 1973 , where he made his debut in the first team that was playing in the Regionalliga West in the same year . During the winter break he moved to SG Wattenscheid 09 , with which he became champion, but failed in the promotion round to the Bundesliga at Eintracht Braunschweig . Rudloff then moved to DJK Gütersloh in the newly created 2nd Bundesliga . Rudloff had his most successful time in Gütersloh , scoring 16 goals in the 1974/75 season and another 13 goals the following year. With 29 goals he is the most successful second division shooter in his club, but could not prevent relegation in 1976.

Rudloff then moved to SV Chio Waldhof 07 , where he played regularly but scored less often. As early as the winter break in 1976/77, Rudloff went to FK Pirmasens, which was threatened with relegation . With the Pirmasensern he was actually relegated in 1977, but remained in second class after the voluntary return of the license by SV Röchling Völklingen . In the following season Rudloff rose with his no longer competitive team as bottom of the table with 6:70 points in the amateur league. He then left Pirmasens with an unknown destination. In total, Rudloff completed 114 second division games and scored 45 goals.

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