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Toni Schumacher was a German football goalkeeper from 1972 through 1992.

{{Infobox Given name | name = Toni | gender = Unisex | region = | origin = Antonius, Antonio, Anton, [[Antonia (name)|Antonia] | footnotes = }} Toni, Toñi or Tóni is a given name. Toni is a unisex name used for both males and females.

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