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 Willi SCHRÖDER 1954-1958 
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Name: Willi Schröder

Nickname: "Krümel"


Country: :GER: Germany
Club: SV Werder Bremen
Position: *SS, CF, AMF
Side: RF/BS
Age: 26-30 years (28/12/1928)

Height: 169 cm
Weight: 70 kg

Attack: 88
Defence: 40
Balance: 76
Stamina: 79
Top Speed: 83
Acceleration: 85
Response: 79
Agility: 86
Dribble Accuracy: 93
Dribble Speed: 84
Short Pass Accuracy: 89
Short Pass Speed: 81
Long Pass Accuracy: 87
Long Pass Speed: 78
Shot Accuracy: 87
Shot Power: 83
Shot Technique: 85
Free Kick Accuracy: 84
Curling: 80
Header: 71
Jump: 74
Technique: 92
Aggression: 85
Mentality: 78
Keeper Skills: 50
Team Work: 83

Injury Tolerance: B
Condition/Fitness: 7
Weak Foot Accuracy: 7
Weak Foot Frequency: 7
Growth Type: Standard Lasting

P05: Trickster
P07: Mazing Run
P17: Free Roaming
P20: Talisman
S01: Reaction
S02: Passer
S03: 1-on-1 Finish
S05: 1-touch Play

SPECIAL ABILITIES: Dribbling - Tactical Dribble - Playmaking - Reaction - Passing - 1on1 Scoring - 1 touch Pass

Attack / Defence Awareness Card: Attack Minded


The best ever Werder Bremen player who was selected in 1952 as the best player of Olympics tournament ahead of Ferenc Puskas. Just like Pfaff and Rohrig, even Schroder didn't make big impact in NT because of Herberger's obsession with Fritz Walter. Willi was great playmaker and scorer, fantastic technician with vast repertory of dribblings and tricks, great ball control and creativity, two footed player, free kick specialist, authentic viruoso and stunning playmaker but also very good scorer as well. Raised in Berlin, developed his football in blue and white 90 Berlin, the 17-year-old followed in the spring of 1946, his former trainer blue-white to northern Germany and joined the ATSV Bremen in 1860. In the Bremen district Findorf he was placed with foster parents and he was worried for a training position for druggists. With the red wine rose Schroeder in 1949 in the Amateur League Bremen, won with his team-mates from 1950 to 1952 three consecutive runner-up. His outstanding performances were the Bremen on 14 amateur soccer players May 1950 in northern Germany during the selection of representative game against West Germany in Cologne conducted. Since it also on 18 March 1951 was able to convince the 2:4 defeat of the North against southern Germany, he was adopted by national coach Sepp Herberger 4th April this year at an unofficial international match against eating in the Saarland for the first time in a DFB team used. The coach underwent the offensive Bremer hope further tests in September and November in two B-internationals against Switzerland and Austria - the free kick specialist, scored a goal in two games ever - and put him on 23 December 1951 at the international match against Luxembourg in Essen as an amateur player of the ATSV Bremen 1860 debut in the national team. On 20 April 1952 Schroeder graduated from his second senior international game. Herberger was the steps he plans to attack the newly installed National Amateur of the DFB, the chance to prove himself internationally in an A international against Luxembourg. The game ended with a 3-0 win. The outstanding player of the Bremer amateur league played on 14 and 18 May 1952 first two international matches in the history of the amateur national team of the DFB. It was compiled by national coach Sepp Herberger and trained and prepared themselves for the Olympic Games in July / August 1952 in Helsinki. Contract players equipped with the then-top-class soccer leagues were not approved due to the current definition of amateur. Schroeder won the Olympic tournament in the games against Egypt (3-1), Brazil (4:2), Yugoslavia (1:3) and in the bronze medal game against Sweden (0-2), the international experts. After the tournament, Schröder was, together with Ferenc Puskas, Stjepan Bobek and Barbosa Tozzi (Brazil) has been voted the best left half-forward. From the Olympic tournament back active again in the upper house in Bremen Bremen amateur in 1860, Schroeder confirmed his good reviews in the 2-0 success on 9 November 1952 in Basel at the B international against Switzerland. He acted on the center forward position closer to the league players Gerritzen Felix, Alfred Preissler, Franz and Bernhard Islacker Termath and scored both goals. The spring of 1953, in March, his fourth international match-B, 29 April's seventh and final international game with the Amateurnationalelf - 3-1 victory against Austria in Linz with a Schroeder-gate - and the championship in 1860 with Bremen Bremen reached. In the Play-off for the soccer league north but it failed with 1860, with one point behind Hamburg in Victoria. In May, he was still the head coach in two test matches with a DFB selection against Bolton Wanderers on 4 June in Augsburg in southern Germany used against a selection. The much sought-after engineers signed on 13 June 1953 - two days before the change date in the German contract players soccer - Hamburger SV a contract conceding, but forbidden signing bonus - and Werder Bremen, Eintracht Braunschweig and Hannover 96 also had a bounty offered - and did so in the wheels of football justice. Investigations by the NFV-sports court had to approve the cancellation of the contract HSV and Schroeder was closed until the end of 1953rd The lock made international clubs on the Bremer attention and after a test match at the 18th October 1953 under a false name for Racing Strasbourg - the Alsatians had lured with DM 80,000 signing bonus - was wooed to feel the severity of the draconian disciplinary procedures: His ban was up by half-year 30 Extended in June 1954. After expiration of the lock, he moved to Werder Bremen, for which he on 9 January 1955 for the first time against Altona 93 was in use and the 2-1 victory the same one goal scored. In August 1955, the preparer and footed striker was again used in a selection. Northern Germany won on 7 4-3 goals in a game against Southern Germany and Hamburg on 14 Hannover 5-3 against West Germany. In both selection meetings are recorded from the Bremen as a ball distributor and scorer. Schroeder had to complete two years lost as a choice players, and the best performance in ages 25 to 27 years. Eight days after beating Southwest NFV, 21 August 1955 in Moscow, celebrated Schroeder coach Herberger at international match against the Soviet Union, his return to the football team. He had in his first league round at Werder, 1954-55, with the start of the season completed all 15 games, scoring eight goals. The league started the round of 28 1955/56 May 1955, a week after the international match in Moscow. Schroeder completed every 30-point games and shot himself with 27 goals in the second place ranking in the top scorer in the North. He embodied both qualities in one person: he was a shining preparers, but also a player who dominated the Pits. The 1956/57 round brought with Werder (5th place, ten points behind the Hamburger SV), and no increase in the personal rate declined from Schroeder (29 games, 18 goals). In the national team under head coach Herberger but ran it all on the preparation of the World Cup in Sweden in 1958 as the defending champion out. The Bremen playmaker completed between 13 June 1956 (against Norway in Oslo) and the 20th November 1957 (against Sweden in Hamburg) his senior international games was five to twelve, in addition to more than ten test matches of the DFB-selection as well as in the North German selection in action, participated in the courses of the DFB, 18 February to 2 March and 22 to 28 July 1957 and was also part of the middle of April 1958 which reported to FIFA 40's squad for the World Cup 1958th As the then national coach for the World Cup course in the Sports School Munich-Grünwald, 12 to 24 May 1958 invited 25 players, Willi Schröder was not surprising that squad. Schroeder was after the World Cup in 1958 from 1959 to 1963 the runner-up team of Werder Bremen in the Oberliga Nord, came into the final round of the German championship with the Green-Whites in 18 matches and scored 1959 to 1962 twelve gates. To the DFB Cup win on 13 September 1961 in Gelsenkirchen with a 2-0 success against 1 FC Kaiserslautern coach George Knoepfle drove the nearly 33-year-old in the 10th Minute opening goal in the 1-0. Is in the final report stated that "Schroeder would have been in the middle of the superior man, elegantly pulling the strings -. And also a goal threat was" In the round of 1961/62 took part in the veteran with Werder in the European Cup Winners' Cup and failed to Bremen Atletico Madrid later on cup winners 28 February 1962 in Madrid after a 1-3 defeat. He was 36th in the Minute the first goal scored 1:2 against the team coached by Jose Villalonga. With the league game on 6 Bremerhaven in October 1962 against 93, it ended after 213 operations with 129 league goals his playing career at Werder Bremen. Willi died in 1999.

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