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Name: Willi Schulz

Nickname: "Worldcup-Willi"


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Country: :GER: Germany
Clubs: FC Schalke 04 (1962-1965), HSV (1965-1970)
Position: *CWP, CB, DMF
Side: RF/BS
Age: 24-32 years (04/10/1938)

Height: 182 cm
Weight: 81 kg

Attack: 62
Defence: 96
Balance: 88
Stamina: 83
Top Speed: 79
Acceleration: 75
Response: 91
Agility: 77
Dribble Accuracy: 73
Dribble Speed: 71
Short Pass Accuracy: 78
Short Pass Speed: 75
Long Pass Accuracy: 81
Long Pass Speed: 79
Shot Accuracy: 64
Shot Power: 83
Shot Technique: 63
Free Kick Accuracy: 69
Curling: 66
Header: 84
Jump: 86
Technique: 75
Aggression: 60
Mentality: 89
Keeper Skills: 50
Team Work: 84

Injury Tolerance: B
Condition/Fitness: 6
Weak Foot Accuracy: 5
Weak Foot frequency: 5
Growth Type: Standard Lasting


CARDS:
S07: Man Marking
S08: Slide Tackle
S09: Covering
S10: DF Leader

SPECIAL ABILITIES: Sliding - Covering - Marking - D Line Control

Attack / Defence Awareness Card: Defence Minded


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Willi Schulz is former German defender. First as a wing half, than as a libero Willi Schulz was one of the best central defenders in the world during the 60's. Schulz was very strong and reliable player comanding back line. Always well positioned and good in tackling, physicall duels, strong in jump Schulz was much appreciated by the NT chief Helmut Schon who had in "World Cup Willi" his great defence boss. Schulz played his first of altogether 66 games for West Germany in 1959 at a time when he was still an amateur for lower league club Union Günnigfeld. In 1960 he joined FC Schalke 04, spending the first three years in the Oberliga West, and in 1963 the Bundesliga was officially created. In 1965 he changed outfit joining HSV. Schulz started out as a right half back in the late 1950s. With the change from the WM system to the 4-2-4, Schulz was converted from half back to stopper by the mid-1960s. During the 1966 World Cup, Schulz acted as the sweeper of the West German national team, a role he had taken over from Klaus-Dieter Sieloff only shortly before the tournament. At that tournament, Schulz was rated as one of the best defenders. During the next four years, Schulz remained the standard sweeper of West Germany. During this time, Schulz was acknowledged as one of the best central defenders in global football. In November 1968, he was part of the FIFA XI that faced Brazil in Rio de Janeiro. Schulz would have been the standard sweeper of West Germany during the 1970 World Cup, but an injury of the meniscus as well as a calf bruise meant that he only started in two of the six World Cup games in Mexico. In his place, Karl-Heinz Schnellinger played as sweeper. After the 1970 World Cup Schulz retired from international activities. He continued to play for Hamburger SV until 1973. Being a conservative sweeper with no urge to join the attack of his teams, Schulz focused on marshalling his defense. He was noted for his calmness even under pressure, his positional play, his strength at man-to-man duels, his solid passing game, aerial ability and a special expertise at sliding tackling. For these traits as well as his consistency at the top level, Schulz was revered by West German national team coach Helmut Schön, who preferred Schulz at the sweeper position to the younger and more adventurous Franz Beckenbauer, who had to play in midfield instead. After his retirement, Willi Schulz established an insurance agency in Hamburg and also engaged in the gambling machine business. During the 1970s and 1980s, Schulz was also known for his critical sport columns for Hamburg newspapers. After the 1982 FIFA World Cup match between West Germany and Austria, in which the two sides colluded to allow West Germany to win 1-0 enabling both sides to progess at the expense of Algeria, Schulz famously called the West German players "gangsters". During his whole career Willi Schulz was never red carded, which is reallly amazing for a central defender.

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Sat Jul 13, 2013 12:42 pm
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Even if it's not important, you could add his nickname "Worldcup-Willi" (the German press gave him this nickname after his world class performances in the 1966 World Cup)


Sat Jul 13, 2013 6:11 pm
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Yes added. I mainly put nicknames when somebody is really known for it, like Libuda..

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