The DFB mourns for Heidi Mohr

The DFB mourns for Heidi Mohr

February 8, 2019 0 By admin

The German Football Association (DFB) mourns Heidi Mohr, The former national player died at the age of 51 years after a serious illness.

Heidi Mohr has completed 104 caps for Germany and scored 83 goals – including in July 1991 the Goal of the month, In 1989, 1991 and 1995 she was European champion, 1995 Vice World Champion. From 1991 to 1995 she was five times in the series top scorer in the Bundesliga. In 1993 she won the German Championship with TuS Niederkirchen, in 2000 she became the first FFC Frankfurt DFB Cup Winner. In January 2019, Heidi Mohr was inducted into the "Hall of Fame" of German football and is in the founding of the DFB women.

"We will miss them very much"

DFB President Reinhard Grindel says: "Our sympathy and sympathy go to Heidi Mohr's relatives and friends, whom we wish a lot of strength in this difficult time, and we are very moved and deeply saddened, and at the same time we look with appreciation and gratitude for the achievements Heidi Mohr, one of the great figures of German football, the great development of women's football in Germany is still very closely connected with Heidi Mohr. "

Hannelore Ratzeburg, DFB vice-president for women's and girls' football, says: "I am deeply saddened and very sad." Heidi has made a great contribution to the success of women's football, always being a modest, reserved and polite person who never wanted a fuss was made for them, but has always put itself in the service of the team, we will miss them very much. "

Tina Theune accompanied Heidi Mohr as assistant of national coach Gero Bisanz for many years. She says, "Heidi had an incredible scoring record and was hit in almost every game, was creative, explosive, a brilliant striker, sometimes it just took a quick call from the bank, and she hit." Heidi was a humorous team player we could always rely, I am very sad. "



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The German Football Association (DFB) mourns Heidi Mohr, The former national player died at the age of 51 years after a serious illness.

Heidi Mohr has completed 104 caps for Germany and scored 83 goals – including in July 1991 the Goal of the month, In 1989, 1991 and 1995 she was European champion, 1995 Vice World Champion. From 1991 to 1995 she was five times in the series top scorer in the Bundesliga. In 1993 she won the German Championship with TuS Niederkirchen, in 2000 she became the first FFC Frankfurt DFB Cup Winner. In January 2019, Heidi Mohr was inducted into the "Hall of Fame" of German football and is in the founding of the DFB women.

"We will miss them very much"

DFB President Reinhard Grindel says: "Our sympathy and sympathy go to Heidi Mohr's relatives and friends, whom we wish a lot of strength in this difficult time, and we are very moved and deeply saddened, and at the same time we look with appreciation and gratitude for the achievements Heidi Mohr, one of the great figures of German football, the great development of women's football in Germany is still very closely connected with Heidi Mohr. "

Hannelore Ratzeburg, DFB vice-president for women's and girls' football, says: "I am deeply saddened and very sad." Heidi has made a great contribution to the success of women's football, always being a modest, reserved and polite person who never wanted a fuss was made for them, but has always put itself in the service of the team, we will miss them very much. "

Tina Theune accompanied Heidi Mohr as assistant of national coach Gero Bisanz for many years. She says, "Heidi had an incredible scoring record and was hit in almost every game, was creative, explosive, a brilliant striker, sometimes it just took a quick call from the bank, and she hit." Heidi was a humorous team player we could always rely, I am very sad. "

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