by Uwe Rösler

327 RoslerUwe Rösler is one of the best-known German footballers to have played in England but is widely regarded in his homeland as nothing more than a journeyman striker. Somewhat injury-prone and sporadically effective at various clubs in Germany before and after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Rösler's cult status among Manchester City fans remains a mystery to those whose only memory of him is for playing in East Germany's last-ever international fixture in 1990. Read more

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