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On Day 15 we see what current VfL Wolfsburg sporting director Klaus Allofs got up to on the pitch.
Twice the Bundesliga's top-scorer (1978/79 and 1984/85), Allofs was also the catalyst behind Germany's 1980 European Championship triumph, as he won the Golden Boot in the tournament in Italy. He also won the Bundesliga with SV Werder Bremen, the DFB Cup twice with Fortuna Düsseldorf and then again with both 1. FC Köln and Bremen. He also tasted success abroad, winning a Ligue 1 and Coupe de France double with Marseille in 1989/90, while he was capped 60 times by Germany.
- Allofs is the only player in the history of Fortuna Düsseldorf to finish a season as the Bundesliga's top-scorer.
- He is also only player to score only in one game, yet still be crowned the top-scorer of a tournament – his hat-trick in the win against the Netherlands earned him that Golden Boot in the 1980 EUROs.
- He reached the final of a European competition with each of the Bundesliga clubs he played for: the Cup Winners' Cup final with Fortuna in 1979 and Bremen in 1992, and the UEFA Cup with Köln in 1986.