|Full name||Rudolf Gutendorf|
|Date of birth||30 August 1926|
|Place of birth||Koblenz, Weimar Germany|
|Playing position||Outside right|
|1955||Blue Stars Zürich|
|1968||St Louis Stars|
|1968–1970||FC Schalke 04|
|1974||TSV 1860 München|
|1975–1976||SC Fortuna Köln|
|1976||Trinidad & Tobago|
|1976||Antigua & Barbuda|
|1984||São Tomé & Príncipe|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Rudolf "Rudi" Gutendorf (born 30 August 1926) is a German football manager, renowned for managing the highest number of national teams – a total of 19 teams plus Iran's Olympic team in 1988 and the China Olympic team in 1992.
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He played for his hometown club TuS Neuendorf.
Retiring from active play in 1953 he took part in a coach training course under Sepp Herberger, receiving his license in 1954, before embarking on his remarkable career as a manager the following year. His last coaching job was in 2003 with the Samoa national football team.
- 1999: "Der Ball ist ein Sauhund"
- 15 November 1999: "Beckmann"
- 2006: "Volle Kanne – Service täglich"
- 2009: "Mein Ehrgeiz galt dem Fußball und den Frauen"
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