Hermann Nuber

Büste in the stadium at the Bieberer mountain

Hermann Nuber (* 10. October 1935 in open brook at the Main) is a former football player and carried the pointed name “the iron Hermann”.

It was at its active time of 1953 to 1971 as a defense player with the No. actively and end of the sixties and at the beginning of the seventies in the soccer federal league played 5 (central runners) for kicker open brook. With largest success to association history, 1970 Nuber was missing to the DFB Pokalsieg however, since he had already terminated at this time his career. In the following federal league season it tied then nevertheless again the football boots for the OFC. 1959 stood for Nuber with kicker open brook in the final game around the German football championship.

Nuber participated with the German national soccer team in the soccer world championship 1958 in Sweden and reserved with the crew the fourth seat, without an international match to have ever denied. After its active time as players it was as coaches actively, among other things 1984 in the federal league for its association for local history of kicker open brook. In the stadium at the Bieberer mountain was established to it in honours a bronze Büste.

see also: Germany at the WM 1958 in Sweden


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