OstDeutscher Sieg | Part 11 | Zopka Smashes Goals Records

Just over halfway through the season, Prusseit's Stendal side had already matched last season's points tally. So he was hopeful that maintaining that form and his newly acquired National B Licence would start to attract clubs higher up the German footballing pyramid.

OstDeutscher Sieg | Part 2 | Finding Our First Club

Ruprecht Prusseit – which translates to “Robert a Prussian” – fell into football management when he picked up a nasty ankle injury during a Sunday League match near his home in Dresden. And local success saw him chance his arm at becoming a real Football Manager.

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