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Manager Rudi Gutendorf, who also holds a Guinness World Record for coaching 55 teams from 32 countries across five continents, has died aged 93.
Gutendorf’s managerial career spanned half a century, for example 18 domestic sides that included China, Australia and Fiji and time in top-flight teams from his native Germany.
‘Restless Rudi’ took his very first management function in the 1950s with Korean unwanted Blue Stars Zurich, while his closing role in management was together with Samoa in 2003.
German FA vice-president, Dr Rainer Koch, called him an”outstanding ambassador of German soccer”.
“We shed in him a person who has enriched us throughout his huge heart and positivity every day,” his family said.
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