Dixie Dörner Krank

Dixie Dörner Krank / Hans-Jürgen „Dixie“ Dorner spielte Fußball und trainierte in Deutschland. Er spielte in der DDR-Oberliga für die SG Dynamo Dresden. Das war die höchste Spielklasse in der DDR. Er gewann fünfmal diek Fußballmeisterschaft und viermal den Pokal. Er bestritt 100 Spiele für die A-Nationalmannschaft seines Landes und gewann 1976 die Goldmedaille bei den Olympischen Spielen. Er erhielt den Spitznamen „Beckenbauer des Ostens“.

Dorner wuchs in seiner Heimatstadt Görlitz auf und ging dort zehn Jahre zur Schule. Als Student erhielt er den Spitznamen „Dixie“. Sein Vater war Trainer beim Sportverein Energie Görlitz, seine drei fußballspielenden Brüder waren seine ersten Vorbilder. Als er acht Jahre alt war, verpflichtete ihn sein Vater für eine Kinderfußballmannschaft und wurde sein erster Trainer

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  • Seine Leistungen brachten ihm die Aufnahme in den Kader der DDR-Junioren-Nationalmannschaft ein, in der er am 1. Mai 1968 sein erstes Junioren-Länderspiel bestritt.
  • Mit der ostdeutschen U-18 belegte er 1968 den 3. Platz bei den Jugendwettbewerben der Freundschaft in Ungarn. 1969 war er einer der Teilnehmer am UEFA-Jugendturnier, der inoffiziellen Europameisterschaft für diese Altersklasse.
  • 3] Nach einem 1:1-Unentschieden im Finale gegen Bulgarien wurde die ostdeutsche Mannschaft per Los inoffizieller Vize-Europameister.
  • Bis 1969 hatte Dörner 17 Länderspiele mit der Juniorenmannschaft bestritten.
  • Anschließend wurde er bis 1974 in 16 Länderspielen für die Junioren-Nationalmannschaft eingesetzt, mit der er 1974 auch Vize-Europameister wurde.
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“I’ve been let out of the hospital and am getting better,” said Dorner, who has played 100 international games for the GDR, won an Olympic gold medal in 1976, and is one of Dynamo Dresden’s greatest legends. “There were problems with blood vessels, but I’m not a doctor,” she said when asked why she had to stay in the hospital.

But Dorner is still as angry as ever. “I’m a fighter, and things will get better from here on out.”

The former world-class Libero thanked “everyone who took care of me in the university hospital.” He was given “the best care.” Dorner played in 392 games for Dresden between 1968 and 1986 and is on the Dynamo’s board of directors. Even in the hospital, he could not let go of his great love. “I know, because I’ve seen every game” (mar)

Hans-Jürgen Dorner shaped not only Dynamo Dresden but also East German football for decades. He was five-time champion, five-time FDGB cup winner, three-time “footballer of the year,” selection captain, Olympic champion in Montreal, later DFB trainer, coach at Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga and at Al-Ahly Cairo in Egypt. On Monday, the Gorlitzer, which has been called “Dixie” since I was a child, will be 70 years old. We talked to the Dynamo’s honorary captain about getting older, big wins and bad losses, stadiums he liked and didn’t like, his worst red card, and the Weber/Kotte/Müller case from 40 years ago.

Hans-Jürgen Dorner is dead. The lawyer for the Dorner family said that the 100-time GDR national player died in his Dresden apartment on Wednesday night after a long, serious illness. It was just a few days before his 71st birthday. People in the GDR thought Dorner was one of the best football players there. Between 1969 and 1986, the Dynamo Dresden defender played in 558 games for the Saxons and scored 101 goals. “Dixie” Dorner worked as a coach for the German Football Association after he was done playing. He was also the first coach from the former East Germany to work in the Bundesliga. He did this at Werder Bremen, FSV Zwickau, Al-Ahly Cairo, and VfB Leipzig.

In a club statement, Dynamo President Holger Scholze said, “With his exceptional skills as a player, he completely rewrote the libero game with a particular elegance.” “SG Dynamo Dresden will miss his knowledge, experience, personality, and kindness in active committee work. But right now, all of that is less important than the fact that we have lost an admirable person, which leaves a big hole in our group,” Scholz said.

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