Tobias Rau

Tobias Rau

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Tobias Rau (born 31 December 1981 in Braunschweig, Lower Saxony) is a retired German footballer, who played as a left defender.

In a career blighted by injuries, he was forced to retire at only 27.

Club career

After making his professional debuts in the lower leagues with hometown Eintracht Braunschweig, Rau moved to VfL Wolfsburg in the first division, where he amassed more than 50 official appearances; his league debut came on 18 August 2001, in a 1–1 home draw against SC Freiburg.

Rau's solid performances caught the attention of league powerhouse FC Bayern Munich. and stiff competition from Frenchmen Willy Sagnol and Bixente Lizarazu restricted his chances to 13 league appearances (with a further seven matches for the amateur side).

In July 2005, Rau moved to Arminia Bielefeld, where he also would also be a backup and suffer severely with injuries (only an average of eight league contests in four years), being released on 30 June 2009,

International career

Rau played seven times for Germany, all in 2003, which included a goal in a 4–1 routing of Canada. His debut came on 12 February, in a friendly with Spain played in Palma, Majorca.


In July 2009, shortly after retiring, Rau announced his return to school to start a career as a......
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