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On Day 19, we cast an eye over the career of current Hamburger SV head coach Bruno Labbadia...
Labbadia's first connection with Hamburg came as a player between 1987 and 1989, and followed a stint at SV Darmstadt 98. He then turned out for 1. FC Kaiserslautern, FC Bayern München, 1. FC Köln, SV Werder Bremen and DSC Arminia Bielefeld, before hanging up his boots in 2003 with Karlsruher SC and returning to hometown club Darmstadt as head coach. He scored 109 goals in 328 Bundesliga matches, picking up two caps for Germany.
- Labbadia took over the Hamburg reins for the second time in April 2015, steering the Red Shorts clear of relegation via the play-offs.
- As well as HSV, he has also coached Darmstadt, SpVgg Greuther Fürth, Bayer 04 Leverkusen and VfB Stuttgart.
- He scored a famous brace in Hamburg's 4-1 northern derby win over Bremen on Matchday 33 of the 1987/88 Bundesliga campaign.