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Dieter Schatzschneider

Dieter Schatzschneider
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Full nameDieter Schatzschneider
Date of birth (1958-04-26) April 26, 1958 (age 56)
Place of birthHannover, West Germany
Height1.87 m (6 ft 2 in)
Playing positionStriker
Youth career
1970–1971Sachsenross Hannover
1971–1974Hannover 1893
1974–1975OSV Hannover
Senior career*
1975–1978OSV Hannover67(40)
1978–1982Hannover 96160(131)
1982–1983Fortuna Köln19(17)
1983–1984Hamburger SV31(15)
1984–1986Schalke 0474(19)
1986–1987Fortuna Köln22(5)
1987–1988Grazer AK27(4)
1988–1989Hannover 9618(3)
1989–1990FC Augsburg
National team
1980–1981West Germany U-217(2)
1982–1984West Germany Olympic11(8)
Teams managed
1996–1998Sportfreunde Ricklingen
1998–2000FC Augsburg
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Dieter Schatzschneider (born April 26, 1958) is a former German footballer, who holds the record for the highest number of 2.Bundesliga goals (154). He is perhaps most associated with Hannover 96, for whom he is their record goalscorer too.

He played in the 1984 Olympics for the West Germany football team.[1]

Since retiring from playing, he has coached as various clubs including Emden, SF Ricklingen, Arminia Hannover and SVG Göttingen 07. He is currently a Scout for Hannover 96


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