Winfried Berkemeier (born 22 January 1953 in Gronau (Westf.)) is a former German footballer.This midfielder and forward played six seasons in the Bundesliga for four different teams. Though he was unable to break through with 1. FC Köln, he played with Tennis Borussia Berlin and through the whole of his first season only missed one game.Berkemeier had little luck, however, since with four of the teams he joined, they were to immediately be demoted from the 1.

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  • Winfried Berkemeier (born 22 January 1953 in Gronau (Westf.)) is a former German footballer.This midfielder and forward played six seasons in the Bundesliga for four different teams. Though he was unable to break through with 1. FC Köln, he played with Tennis Borussia Berlin and through the whole of his first season only missed one game.Berkemeier had little luck, however, since with four of the teams he joined, they were to immediately be demoted from the 1. Bundesliga, amongst these occasions being in 1977 with Tennis Borussia Berlin, in 1979 with 1. FC Nürnberg and in 1981 with FC Schalke 04.The last team of his career was Young Boys Bern, before he became a manager in 1983. (en)
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  • Winfried Berkemeier (born 22 January 1953 in Gronau (Westf.)) is a former German footballer.This midfielder and forward played six seasons in the Bundesliga for four different teams. Though he was unable to break through with 1. FC Köln, he played with Tennis Borussia Berlin and through the whole of his first season only missed one game.Berkemeier had little luck, however, since with four of the teams he joined, they were to immediately be demoted from the 1. (en)
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