Alexander Bade

Alexander Bade

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Alexander Bade

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Alexander Bade (born 25 August1970 in Berlin) is a retired German footballer who last played as a goalkeeper for Arminia Bielefeld.


Bade began his career with Tennis Borussia Berlin where he had played as a youngster. In the 1988–89 season he transferred to 1. FC Köln, where, from 1991, he was in the cadre of the first team. In the shadow of Bodo Illgner, however, he was unable to see much action and only made five appearances in four years. He transferred to KFC Uerdingen, where once again he found himself out of favour, achieving only five appearances in his first two years, once again in the shadow of a more established player, Bernd Dreher.

In 1998–99 Bade moved to Hamburger SV where he once again played second fiddle to Hans-Jörg Butt. He moved back to Köln in 2000 where he saw slightly more action than previously.

It wasn't until 2003–04, when Stefan Wessels suffered from an injury, that Bade was given his chance to shine, and in the following season, interest was gathered from several clubs for the keeper who was finally showing his worth. His contract with Köln ran until the end of the 2005–06 when Köln failed to remain in the Bundesliga we was transferred to VfL Bochum. He left Bochum after one year, joining Paderborn.

In January 2008 he moved to Borussia Dortmund. In September 2008 Bade completed a move to Arminia Bielefeld and turned back on 25 June 2009 to his former club 1. FC Köln, taking up a job as goalkeeper...
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