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Full name
Rodolfo Bodipo Diaz

Angulo CF

76 kg

Rodolfo Bodipo

Career start

Playing position



1.83 m

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Date of birth
(1977-10-25) 25 October 1977 (age 38)

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Current team
Xerez CD (#10 / Forward)

Place of birth
Dos Hermanas, Spain

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Rodolfo Bodipo Díaz (born 25 October 1977) is a Equatoguinean retired footballer who played as a striker, and the current manager of Spanish club Atlético Mancha Real.


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He appeared in 158 games in La Liga over the course of eight seasons, scoring 32 goals in representation of Racing de Santander, Alavés and Deportivo. He added 200/53 in Segunda División, and spent almost his entire professional career in Spain.

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Club career

Bodipo was born in the Spanish city of Dos Hermanas, Seville in a biracial background, his father being Equatoguinean and his mother Spanish. After having played youth football with three clubs, including hometown's Dos Hermanas CF and Sevilla FC, and spending his first three-and-a-half seasons in amateur football, he represented several teams in the country, with moderate scoring success: Recreativo de Huelva (three second division seasons), Racing de Santander and Deportivo Alavés (in both cases, helping his side achieve La Liga promotion); with the latter, he had his best statistical year in the 2004–05 campaign, as he netted 16 times – fifth in the league – in 39 games to help the Basques rank third.

For 2006–07, Bodipo joined Deportivo de La Coruña, where was usually fourth-choice during his first two campaigns, although he spent his first down due to a serious anterior cruciate ligament injury. However, during 2008–09, he managed to score three goals for Depor in two weeks starting in December 2008, including one against AS Nancy in the UEFA Cup group stage 1–0 home win, and another at Getafe CF in a 2–1 success, while also gaining a penalty kick which was converted by Sergio.

After an unassuming 2009–10 season – 15 matches, none complete, no goals – Bodipo, aged nearly 33, was loaned for one year to Liga I team FC Vaslui, in Romania. Just one month after, however, he rescinded his contract and returned to Spain, being sparingly used by Elche CF in the second level.

On 14 March 2017, Bodipo was appointed as manager of Atlético Mancha Real.

International career

Bodipo opted to represent Equatorial Guinea through parentage, as Javier Balboa and Benjamín. His first two caps, aged 26, came against Togo, playing in both legs of the first round of the 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

In November 2013, Bodipo was summoned for his last international, a friendly with the national team of his country of birth, Spain, to be played on the 16th. He featured the last five minutes of the 1–2 loss in Malabo.


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