Karlsruher SC Mourns Honorary Captain Heinz Ruppenstein
FC Karlsruhe SC mourns the death of honorary captain Heinz Rubinstein. The club's president, Peter Anabel, said: He was the definition of what is good and noble.
The former midfielder died last Sunday at the age of 92, the Banners said on Tuesday. Rubinstein stood in the final of the German champion in 1956 and won the DFB Cup with the club in the exact same year.
engine in the KSC middle field
As an external runner and engine in the KSC midfield, Rubinstein was rejected an international profession, only once in the B national team, but won the South German championship (1958, 1960) for 2 more times and reached the cup last once again in 1960 (2: 3 against Borussia Mönchengladbach).
Rubinstein in 1965.
After 209 objectives in the Oberlin (29 objectives), Rubinstein was likewise enabled to play in 6 video games in the starts of the Bundesliga before ending his active profession.
climb with Landau
As a trainer, he initially worked as an assistant coach, A-youth and amateur coach at Karlsruhe SC, later on at ASV Landau, with which he prospered in the second-class regional league Suggest in 1969.
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