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Leo Baumgartner
Personal information
Full name Leopold Baumgartner
Date of birth (1932-03-14)14 March 1932
Place of birth Vienna, Austria
Date of death November 17, 2013(2013-11-17) (aged 81)
Place of death Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
Position(s) Striker
Youth career
WFC 20
Wiener AC
SK Rapid Wien
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1951–1953 Kapfenberger SV
1953–1958 FK Austria Wien 66 (40)
1958–1959 Sydney FC Prague (49)
1960 Canterbury-Marrickville (30)
1961 South Coast United (1)
1961–1963 APIA Leichhardt (47)
1964–1965 Sydney Hakoah (6)
Managerial career
1961 South Coast United
1961–1963 APIA Leichhardt
1962 APIA Leichhardt
1962 Sydney Croatia
1965 Sutherland
1970 SSC Yugal
1972–1973 Sydney FC Prague
1974 Marconi Stallions FC
1975 Concordia College
2009 Coffs Coast Tigers
2011 Sawtell Scorpions
*Club domestic league appearances and goals

Leo Baumgartner (March 14, 1932 - November 17, 2013) was an Austrian-Australian football player and coach.[1][2]

References

  1. ^ "Leo Baumgartner". Football Australia. 4 February 2021.
  2. ^ "Football community mourns the passing of 'Little Professor'". The Daily Telegraph. Sydney. 19 November 2013.