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Full name  Andrzej Rudy
Playing position  Midfielder
Name  Andrzej Rudy
Height  1.73 m
Place of birth  Scinawa, Poland
Years  Team
Role  Footballer
Position  Midfielder
Andrzej Rudy FC Dezerterzy Sport
Date of birth  (1965-10-15) 15 October 1965 (age 50)
Current team  Sportfreunde Siegen (manager)

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Andrzej Rudy (born 15 October 1965 in Scinawa) is a former Polish footballer.

Having starting in football with Odra Scinawa (1981–83), the central midfielder debuted professionally with Slask Wroclaw (1983–88), then switched to GKS Katowice (1988–89).

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In July 1989, Rudy emigrated, joining German Bundsliga side 1. FC Koln. After a short stint with Denmark's Brondby IF (January–June 1992), he returned to Koln, remaining there until May 1995, subsequently moving to VfL Bochum in the second division (one season).

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After leaving Germany, Rudy played for Lierse S.K. (1996–97, 1999–2000), AFC Ajax (1997–99) and K.V.C. Westerlo (2000–01), returning to Germany to retire, with SCB Preusen Koln (2001–02).

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As a manager, Rudy worked with Borussia Fulda (2002–04), Bonner SC (2004–05) and TSC Euskirchen (2007–08), returning in the next season to 1. FC Koln, to work within the youth system.

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Between 1986–98, Rudy received 16 caps for the Poland national football team (three goals).

Rudy are today lived in Hurth in the south-western periphery of Cologne.

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