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Manfred Kaltz

Manfred Kaltz
Manfred Kaltz 2012
Personal information
Full name Manfred Kaltz
Date of birth (1953-01-06) 6 January 1953
Place of birth Ludwigshafen, West Germany
Height 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)
Playing position Fullback
Youth career
1960–1968 VfL Neuhofen
1968–1970 TuS Altrip
1970–1971 Hamburger SV
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1971–1989 Hamburger SV 568 (76)
1989 Girondins Bordeaux 1 (0)
1989–1990 FC Mulhouse 12 (1)
1990–1991 Hamburger SV 13 (0)
Total 594 (77)
National team
1972 West Germany Amateur 7 (0)
1972–1973 West Germany U-23 2 (0)
1974–1975 West Germany B 3 (0)
1975–1983 West Germany 69 (8)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

† Appearances (goals)

Manfred Kaltz (born 6 January 1953) is a former German football player and manager.[1]

Kaltz played in the Bundesliga for Hamburger SV and 13 times (one goal) for FC Mulhouse in Ligue 1 after initially joining Mulhouse league rivals Girondins de Bordeaux 1989. He returned to Hamburg the season after, the consequence of the relegation of FC Mulhouse from Ligue 1 at the end of 1989–90. Previously, Kaltz was forced to leave Hamburg, the club for which he had been a professional since the 1971–72 season, after the authorities (e.g. Erich Ribbeck) had decided not to go on with the contract of the long-serving full-back. Their successors lured him back from France in September 1990 to give him the chance to serve his final year as a player at his old club.

In total he played in 581 Bundesliga games for Hamburger SV,[2] to this day remaining the second greatest total of an individual in Bundesliga history. An expert in penalties, the Hamburg fan-favourite scored 53 of his 76 goals from the spot, a record in the Bundesliga. Internationally he was part of the squad that won the 1980 UEFA European Championships.

Kaltz was famous for his right-footed crosses, which he hit with so much spin that they curved like a banana. They were affectionately called "Bananenflanken" ("banana crosses").[3] He often used this technique to set up hulking striker Horst Hrubesch, who often headed them into the opposing goal. Hrubesch once described their partnership when he explained one of his goals with the often quoted words "Manni banana, I head, goal".

Contents

  • Honours 1
    • Club 1.1
    • International 1.2
  • References 2

Honours

Club

Hamburger SV

International

Germany

References

  1. ^ Manfred Kaltz Statistics FIFA. Retrieved 4 February 2010.
  2. ^ "Manfred Kaltz" (in German). fussballdaten.de. Retrieved 23 January 2010. 
  3. ^ "Manfred KALTZ".  
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