Rost Frank

Frank Rost is a retired German footballer who last played as a goalkeeper for New York Red Bulls in Major League Soccer. He comes from a sporting family background; his father Peter won a gold medal at the 1980 Olympic Games in handball, and his mother Christina, also a handball player, won the silver at the 1976 Summer Olympics and bronze at the 1980 Games. Rost earned a total of four caps with the German national team, making his debut against the United States in 2002.

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Rost started his career at 1. FC Markkleeberg in the third German level. His play with Markkleeberg led to interest from Werder Bremen who signed Rost in 1992. After playing with Werder Bremen II Rost made his Bundesliga debut during the 1995–96 season and became first-choice keeper during the 1998–99 season before moving to Schalke 04 in July 2002.

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1996-1997


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Things to Know:

Frank Rost last played as a goalkeeper for New York Red Bulls in Major League Soccer. He comes from a sporting family background; his father Peter won a gold medal at the 1980 Olympic Games in handball, and his mother Christina, also a handball player, won the silver at the 1976 Summer Olympics and bronze at the 1980 Games.

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Apart from Jens Lehmann and Marwin Hitz, Rost is the only goalkeeper to score from open play in the Bundesliga, when he scored on 31 March 2002 against Hansa Rostock.

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