Uwe Reinders

Football, Football player

1955 –

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Who is Uwe Reinders?

Uwe Reinders is a former German football player and manager.

He played 206 times and scored 67 goals for Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga between 1977–1985. Abroad he played for FC Girondins de Bordeaux and Stade Rennais FC. He appeared four times for Germany, his most prominent participation was the one in the 1982 World Cup finals, where he scored the fourth goal in West Germany's 4–1 win over Chile in the first round. His only goal in his short Germany career. In 1987 Reinders became player manager at Eintracht Braunschweig.

After hanging up his boots he continued his managerial career at then 2nd Bundesliga side Eintracht Braunschweig in 1988–1989. After two seasons as manager with Braunschweig he departed from the club, taking over FC Hansa Rostock in East Germany's NOFV Oberliga Nordost, previously known as DDR-Oberliga. As East Germany's Deutscher Fußball-Verband was to finally merge into Deutscher Fußball Bund after that, the 1990–91 season worked out to be the factor for those former DDR-Oberliga clubs to enqueue into the German soccer league structure. Under Reinders guidance Rostock won the final edition of the East German Cup and also grabbed the NOFV Oberliga Nordost title, which meant the team qualified to start in the Bundesliga in the 1991–92 season. Enjoying a fantastic start to the 1991–92 season, Rostock's form slumped massively and, with the threat of relegation rising, let the club sack him on 6 March 1992.

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Jan 19, 1955
  • Germany
  • West Germany
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  • West Germany

on July 23, 2013


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