Volker Diergardt

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Volker Diergardt
birthday April 26, 1958
place of birth WuppertalGermany
size 182 cm
position goal
Years station Games (goals) 1
until 1979 ASV Wuppertal
1979-1981 Fortuna Dusseldorf 1 (0)
1981-1983 Arminia Bielefeld 21 (0)
1983-1988 SG Union Solingen 183 (0)
1988-1989 Red and white food 38 (0)
1989-1991 1. FC Cologne 0 (0)
1991-1992 Wuppertal SV 17 (0)
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
1979 Germany amateurs 1 (0)
Stations as a trainer
Years station
VfL Gevelsberg (Manager)
1994-1995 1. FC Union Solingen
1 Only league games are given.

Volker Diergardt (born April 26, 1958 ) is a former German soccer goalkeeper .


Diergardt began his Bundesliga career at Fortuna Düsseldorf , for which he only played one game. After a move to Arminia Bielefeld , he replaced Olli Isoaho as a regular goalkeeper from the 16th matchday for the remainder of the 1982/83 season . From 1983 to 1988 he played as a goalkeeper for Union Solingen in the 2nd Bundesliga and played most of his games there. Within the league, he moved to Rot-Weiss Essen for the 1988/89 season . Then he was under contract with 1. FC Köln , but for which he no longer played in the Bundesliga. For the 1991/92 season he joined the upper division Wuppertaler SV .

Diergardt was playing at ASV Wuppertal when he made his only appearance in the German amateur national team in 1979 ; in the 4-0 win in Cadiz against Spain's junior selection, he was substituted for goalkeeper Valentin Herr .

After working as a manager at the top division club VfL Gevelsberg , he came back briefly to Union Solingen as a coach in the mid-1990s. Since 1996 he has been doing business with Marcus Korsten in the joint company DK Sportler advising athletes worldwide.

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