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Rodolfo Esteban Cardoso

Rodolfo Cardoso
Personal information
Full nameRodolfo Esteban Cardoso
Date of birth (1968-10-17) 17 October 1968 (age 45)
Place of birthAzul, Argentina
Height1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing positionMidfielder
Youth career
AC Azul
Senior career*
1989–1993FC 08 Homburg125(13)
1993–1995SC Freiburg63(28)
1995–1996Werder Bremen32(2)
1997–2004Hamburger SV111(17)
1998Boca Juniors (loan)11(1)
1998–1999Estudiantes (loan)34(4)
National team
Teams managed
2005–2008Hamburger SV Youth
2008–2011Hamburger SV II
2011Hamburger SV (Caretaker)
2011Hamburger SV (Assistant caretaker)
2011–Hamburger SV II
2013Hamburger SV (Caretaker)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Rodolfo Esteban Cardoso (born 17 October 1968 in Azul) is a retired Argentine football midfielder who spent the majority of his playing career in Germany. He is head coach of the reserve team of Hamburger SV.


Cardoso started his professional playing career in 1987 with Estudiantes de La Plata. In 1989 he was signed by German side FC Homburg. He went on to play for SC Freiburg and Werder Bremen before joining Hamburger SV in 1997.

Between 1998 and 1999, he returned to Argentina on loan to Boca Juniors and then Estudiantes de La Plata. He returned to Germany in 1999 and continued playing for the club until his retirement in 2004.

International career

In 1997 Cardoso was selected to join the Argentina squad for Copa América.[1]

Coaching career

On 19 December 2008, he signed a contract with Hamburger SV II as head coach.[2] On 19 September 2011 Cardoso became interim coach of the first team.[3] But on 10 October 2011, he was relegated to assistant coach of Frank Arnesen.[4]


External links

  • Rodolfo Esteban Cardoso at
  • Rodolfo Esteban Cardoso's Argentine Primera statistics (Spanish)
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