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 Charly DÖRFEL 1961-1968 
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Name: Gert Dörfel

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Country: :GER: Germany
Club: Hamburger Sport-Verein
Position: *WF, (SMF as optional)
Side: LF/LS (sometimes played also on the right side)
Age: 22-29 years (18/09/1939)

Height: 170 cm
Weight: 72 kg

Attack: 85
Defence: 41
Balance: 79
Stamina: 80
Top Speed: 87
Acceleration: 90
Response: 77
Agility: 91
Dribble Accuracy: 89
Dribble Speed: 85
Short Pass Accuracy: 80
Short Pass Speed: 76
Long Pass Accuracy: 88
Long Pass Speed: 81
Shot Accuracy: 81
Shot Power: 84
Shot Technique: 81
Free Kick Accuracy: 73
Curling: 85
Header: 71
Jump: 75
Technique: 87
Aggression: 84
Mentality: 72
Keeper Skills: 50
Team Work: 81

Injury Tolerance: A
Condition/Fitness: 6
Weak Foot Accuracy: 6
Weak Foot Frequency: 6
Growth Type: Standard Lasting


CARDS:
P06: Speed Merchant
P09: Early Cross
P12: Incisive Run
S01: Reaction
S02: Passer
S05: 1-touch Play
S06: Outside Curve

SPECIAL ABILITIES: Dribbling - Side - Tactical Dribble - Reaction - Outside - Passing - 1 touch Pass

Attack / Defence Awareness Card: Attack Minded


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Well what to say about this legend...Gert or like everybody know him, Charly was one of the most talented German players. In 1965 "France Football" selected Gert Dorfel as the best left winger in Europe, ahead of Paco Gento. So talented and so weird. Charly played football for fun, it was hobby for him, not the job. He refused to play for German National Team twice because he didn't have will for playing!! On the pitch he was most known for his fantastic crosses which led to hundreds goals of Uwe Seeler. The duo Charly Dorfel - Uwe Seeler is selected as the best in history of the German football. Charly was very fast player with great dribbling, he was also good scorer, very agile with good technique, knew to make excellent cross while at full speed. Gert Dörfel comes from a famous football family. His father Friedo Dörfel (1915-1980) played as an outside runner from 1933 to 1948 Hamburger SV in 1942 and played two A-international matches. Dörfel brother Bernd (b. 1944) brought it to 1966-1969 15 A-international matches from 1963 to 1970 and played 139 times as right winger with HSV and Eintracht Braunschweig. His uncle Richard Dörfel once was honorary captain of the Hamburger SV. Gert Dörfel arrived for the season 1958/59 with a transfer fee of 3,000 marks from the third-rate police SV Hamburg, in his youth he began in 1952 with the football games for SV Hamburg, who played at this time in the Oberliga Nord, one of the then five highest divisions in West Germany's soccer. His position was left wing base, where he was most successful flank donors for striker Uwe Seeler. In his 325 games for HSV (224 of them in the league), he even scored 107 goals (58 League). On 23 August 1963 was the first Dörfel Bundesliga scorer of HSV, as he in the 86th Minutes in the away match against Eintracht Trier scored the 1:1. A week later, he was the first league player, get the three goals in a game (4-2 against 1 FC Saarbrücken on matchday 2). In addition to his footballing talents, he also worked as cheerleaders on the football field, sometimes even candy to both his teammates as his opponent distributed. In 1965 he took on Germany's largest record company, Polydor single on its own (I can not pardon you / It was only a kiss). That he now and then the arch spanned the case makes it clear as a warning to the referee when he made a false name specified ("Meier") and was then asked by the court. Nevertheless, he made himself a name as an outstanding football player in 1965 he was elected by the French sports newspaper "L'Equipe" the best left winger in Europe. With Hamburger SV was Dörfel each time German champion (1960) and DFB-Cup winner (1963). In 1968 he was in the finals of the European Cup Winners' Cup (HSV - AC Mailand 0:2). The HSV was selected as a finalist of the DFB Cup final (HSV - FC Bayern Munich 0:4) participated in the contest. On 28 August 1971 Dörfel played his last Bundesliga match, HSV - FC Schalke 04 0-1. After the end of his career when he gave HSV brief guest appearances in South Africa at the Johannesburg football club "Highland Powers" and "Lusitano", as well as in Canada. 1973/74 he played one season with the club Hamburger HSV Barmbek-Uhlenhorst in the then-prime Regionalliga Nord. Gert Doerfel talent was discovered by the DFB coaches early on, and he once played in the DFB junior selection and then came to three appearances in the National Amateur. His first senior international game he played on 3 August 1960 in Reykjavik against Iceland. When he scored a 5-0 victory in their designated position as a left winger two hits. That he ultimately came despite his least seven to eleven goals scored only A-international matches, he owed his then-unconventional for the time behavior with which he met with the national team coach Sepp Herberger and Helmut Schoen with little understanding. On his last international appearance came on 4 Dörfel November 1964 at the World Cup qualifying game against Sweden (1-1 in Berlin). At the World Cup tournament in Chile in 1962, he was not the squad. After 1974 his last game Gert Dörfel HSV Barmbek-Uhlenhorst had denied he took a job at the local office in Hamburg-Stellingen. However, lest he disappeared from public view, for many years, he still came as a clown, among other things in the Circus Krone. After the retirement, he settled in Seevetal near Hamburg.

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