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Lothar Emmerich (foreground) and Timo Konietza (background) were two of the Bundesliga first superstars.  Above shown celebrating a goal for Borussia Dortmund.  

Lothar Emmerich (foreground) and Timo Konietza (background) were two of the Bundesliga first superstars.  Above shown celebrating a goal for Borussia Dortmund.  

Friedhelm “Timo” Konietzka scoring in the local derby against Bayern München.  In 100 Bundesliga matches, the striker scored 72 goals.  Konietzka died on Match 12, 2012.  

Friedhelm “Timo” Konietzka scoring in the local derby against Bayern München.  In 100 Bundesliga matches, the striker scored 72 goals.  Konietzka died on Match 12, 2012.  

1860 München’s Friedhelm “Timo” Konietzka gets his marching orders from the referee on Matchday 8 of the 1966/67 season in a game against his former club Borussia Dortmund.  The striker was subsequently banned for 6 months for assault on the referee. It still stands as the longest ever suspension for a red card in league history. Konietzka is still famously known for scoring the very first Bundesliga goal after the league was put together in 1963 when playing for Dortmund. 

1860 München’s Friedhelm “Timo” Konietzka gets his marching orders from the referee on Matchday 8 of the 1966/67 season in a game against his former club Borussia Dortmund.  The striker was subsequently banned for 6 months for assault on the referee. It still stands as the longest ever suspension for a red card in league history. Konietzka is still famously known for scoring the very first Bundesliga goal after the league was put together in 1963 when playing for Dortmund.