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Falko Götz (born 26 March 1962 in Rodewischmarker) is a German former soccer player and last manager of Holstein Kielmarker.

Career

A midfielder, Götz began his career in East Germanymarker with Vorwärts and later BFC Dynamo. In 1983, before a European Cup match against Partizan Belgrade, he escaped and fled to the westmarker. For this rule breach, he was banned by FIFAmarker for one year, but was able to stay in the west, joining Bayer Leverkusen, where he stayed for five years, moving to 1. FC Köln in 1988. With Bayer Leverkusen, he won the UEFA Cup in 1988. He scored in the second leg of the final against Espanyol, one of three goals needed to equal a 3-0 deficit. Leverkusen eventually went on to win the game on penalties. He had spells with Galatasaray (1992-94), Saarbrücken (1994-95), and Hertha BSC (1995-97) before retiring, to take up the role of Hertha's reserve team manager.

Coaching Career

He was briefly Hertha's caretaker manager during 2002, and was re-appointed as full-time manager in 2004, having managed 1860 München the previous season. Götz was sacked by Hertha on 10 April 2007. On 15 December 2008 he took over as manager of Holstein Kielmarker and was fired on 17 September 2009.

Honours



Dynamo Berlin also won the DDR-Oberliga title in 1984, but Götz had defected half-way through the season.

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