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Profile of the German footballer Heiko Westermann, who currently plays as a defender at HSV. The 30-year old player Westermann joined Hamburg from Schalke and wears the number 4 shirt.

Heiko Westermann
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        (Squad number 4)

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Heiko Westermann Career
2000–2003SpVgg Greuther Furth II37(1)
2002–2005SpVgg Greuther Furth83(2)
2005–2007Arminia Bielefeld67(5)
2007–2010Schalke 0492(12)
2010–Hamburger SV128(8)

2003–2004Germany U203(0)
2003–2004Germany U212(0)

Heiko Westermann : HSV News
“"It's inexplicable how we could start this badly," said Heiko Westermann. HSV, the self-styled Bundesliga "dinosaur", tried to rally but then soon found themselves outplayed in an entirely explicable manner.”
 theguardian.com  4 days ago
“Heiko Westermann trained with the squad in front of 1,000 fans, after the veteran defender had been suffering from adductor problems that he incurred in the 2-1 defeat to Hannover 96.”
 VAVEL  7 days ago
“Michael Mancienne and Heiko Westermann were both towers in Hamburg's 2-1 win Hakan Calhanoglu was on target for HSV and Leon Goretzka salvaged a draw for Schalke.”
 YAHOOSports  18 days ago
“Swiss international left-back Ricardo Rodriguez whipped in an inviting corner from the left, with former HSV striker Olic taking Naldo's imperious downward header off the foot of Heiko Westermann for his fourth league goal in as many Bundesliga outings.”
 bundesliga.com  7 days ago
“With eight minutes remaining, Heiko Westermann volleyed in a winner to lift the Eight minutes from time, Westermann had the HSV-Arena faithful on their feet celebrating what could prove to be a crucial goal.”
 SBS The World Game  20 days ago
Heiko Westermann Career Honours
  • UEFA European Championship Runner-up: 2008

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    Sven Neuhaus Jaroslav Drobny
    Rene Adler Florian Stritzel
    Jonathan Tah Heiko Westermann
    Johan Djourou Lasse Sobiech
    Slobodan Rajkovic Dennis Diekmeier
    Michael Mancienne Zhi Gin Lam
    Marcell Jansen
    Ouasim Bouy Valmir Nafiu
    Ivo Ilicevic Tolgay Arslan
    Kerem Demirbay Hakan Calhanoglu
    Ola John Rafael van der Vaart
    Milan Badelj Tomas Rincon
    Maximilian Beister Petr Jiracek
    Robert Tesche
    Mattia Maggio Pierre-Michel Lasogga
    Jacques Zoua