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Profile of the German footballer Daniel Ginczek, who currently plays as a forward at VfB Stuttgart. The 25-year old player Ginczek joined Stuttgart from and wears the number 33 shirt.

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        (Squad number 33)

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Daniel Ginczek Career
2008–2011Borussia Dortmund II66(28)
2010–2013Borussia Dortmund0(0)
2011–2012VfL Bochum (loan)29(5)
2012–2013FC St. Pauli (loan)31(18)
2013–20141. FC Nurnberg17(3)
20131. FC Nurnberg II1(0)
2014–VfB Stuttgart18(7)
2014–2015VfB Stuttgart II5(5)

2008Germany U172(0)
2008–2009Germany U186(3)
2009–2010Germany U197(1)
2010–2012Germany U216(2)

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“The PFA Fans' Player of the Season for the SkyBet Championship is Middlesbrough's Daniel Ayala.”
 SkySports 6 days ago
“German football club Stuttgart has sacked its sporting director, Indian origin Robin Dutt, after getting relegated from Bundesliga. According to German media reports on Tuesday, the club may name Dutch Jos Luhukay as their new coach.”
 sports keeda 7 days ago
“VfB Stuttgart have acted swiftly following their relegation from the Bundesliga, naming Jos Luhukay as their new head coach.”
 FOXSPORTS 7 days ago
“Jos Luhukay is the new coach of Stuttgart. Stuttgart have named Jos Luhukay as their new coach while parting company with their director of sport Robin Dutt following their relegation.”
 espnfc.com 8 days ago
“Sporting director Robin Dutt's time is over at Stuttgart after the 2007 champions were relegated on Saturday. But the club have appointed Jos Luhukay, a promotion specialist, as head coach.”
 dw.com 8 days ago
“VfB Stuttgart have started their end-of-season changes after being demoted to the second tier of German football for the first time in 41 years.”
 Football411 9 days ago
“Stuttgart, who needed a win to have a chance at earning the playoff place, quickly fell two goals behind in the first half. Daniel Didavi’s 78th-minute goal gave them a glimmer of hope but Andre Schuerrle sealed Wolfsburg’s win in the final minute.”
 MSN 9 days ago
“BERLIN - Former champions VfB Stuttgart, who needed a win to have a chance at earning the playoff place, quickly fell two goals behind in the first half as one of the Bundesliga's founding clubs faced their second relegation after 1975.”
 Fiji Times 10 days ago
“STUTTGART, Germany (AP) — Stuttgart's president Bernd Wahler resigned on Sunday, one day after the Bundesliga club was relegated to the second division for the first time in 41 years.”
 Daily Mail 10 days ago
“BERLIN, Former champions VfB Stuttgart, who needed a win to have a chance at earning the playoff place, quickly fell two goals behind in the first half as one of the Bundesliga's founding clubs faced their second relegation after 1975.”
 Standard Group 11 days ago
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Goalkeepers
Benjamin Uphoff Przemyslaw Tyton
Mitchell Langerak
Defenders
Matthias Zimmermann Florian Klein
Kevin Grosskreutz Philip Heise
Emiliano Insua Georg Niedermeier
Daniel Schwaab Federico Barba
Timo Baumgartl Toni Sunjic
Midfielders
Jan Kliment Martin Harnik
Filip Kostic Marvin Wanitzek
Arianit Ferati Alexandru Maxim
Daniel Didavi Christian Gentner
Lukas Rupp Mart Ristl
Serey Die
Forwards
Daniel Ginczek Artem Kravets
Timo Werner Borys Tashchy