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Uwe Rosler

Uwe Rosler

Clubs played for: FC Lokomotive Leipzig, BSG Chemie Leipzig, FC Magdeburg, Dynamo Dresden, FC N urnberg, Manchester City, FC Kaiserslautern, Tennis Borussia Berlin, Southampton, West Bromwich Albion , SpVgg Unterhaching, Lillestrèm (1981-2003)

Born: 1968

Birthplace: Altenburg, East Germany

Position: Centre-forward

Biography: East German centre forward with 6 caps, joined Saints on a free transfer toward the end of his playing career. He scored the last ever goal at The Dell in a friendly against Brighton. He was forced to retire when he was diagnosed with cancer in 2003, with an X-ray discovering that he had a tumour in his chest. He made a full recovery and was appointed manager of Lillestrom in 2005 , but left a year later to manage Viking. He left the club in November 2009. On 31 August 2010, he was hired by Molde FK on a short-term contract. He was replaced by Ole Gunnar Solskjor three months later.

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