Herbst ’73 : Historic Team Sheet – Bayern Munich v Dynamo Dresden


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In reality, there was no looking back for West Germany international goalkeeper and 1972 Europameisterschaft titlist SEPP MAIER (1) as Bayern Munich club captain FRANZ “der Kaiser” BECKENBAUER (5) and Dynamo Dresden Spielfuehrer FRANK GANZERA (2) lead their respective teams out onto the pitch at the Olympiastadion in Munich for the historic first leg of the European Cup of Champions second round clash on October 24, 1973.
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BAYERN MUNICH
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GK – 29 – Sepp MAIER ———————– (West Germany 66-79: 95 caps)

DF – 29 – Johnny HANSEN —————– (Denmark 65-78 : 45 caps, 3 go)
DF – 28 – Franz BECKENBAUER ——— (West Germany 65-77 : 103 caps, 14 go)
DF – 25 – Georg SCHWARZENBECK — (West Germany 71-78 : 44 caps, 0 go)
DF – 20 – Bernd DUERNBERGER

MF – 27 – Franz ROTH ———————— (West Germany 67,70 : 4 caps, 0 go)
MF – 24 – Rainer ZOBEL
MF – 21 – Uli HOENESS ———————- (West Germany 72-76 : 35 caps, 5 go)

FW – 27 – Gerd MUELLER —————— (West Germany 66-74 : 62 caps, 68 go)
FW – 26 – Bernd GERSDORFF ————- (West Germany 75 : 1 cap, 0 go)
FW – 25 – Wilhelm HOFFMANN

substitutes
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MF – 22 – Erwin HADEWICZ
for Gersdorff (46th min)

Trainer UDO LATTEK’s side were still missing regular left back, West Germany international and 1972 Europameisterschaft titlist PAUL BREITNER (48 caps, 10 goals in his career), who had been out injured since early October; another player not in the Bavarian Startelf was 23-year-old West Germany international winger JUPP KAPELLMANN, who had broken the existing Bundesliga record with his transfer costing 880,000 Deutsche Mark from 1.FC Koeln in the summer but scored just one goal on his first ten appearances (nine starts) with Bayern Munich to begin the 1973-74 campaign.

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Holding the club pennant to be exhcanged, captain FRANK GANZERA (far right), who featured for the East German Olympic XI against the West German Olympische Elf in this very same stadium at the 1972 Summer Games just thirteen months previously, looks down the line of the Dynamo Dresden players ready to contest Bayern Munich in the first leg of the historic European Cup of Champions tie at the Olympiastadion in Munich, West Germany.
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DYNAMO DRESDEN
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GK – 22 – Claus BODEN

DF – 26 – Frank GANZERA —————— (East Germany 69-73 : 13 caps, 0 go)
DF – 25 – Siegmar WAETZLICH ———- (East Germany 72-75 : 22 caps, 0 go)
DF – 22 – Hans Juergen DOERNER —— (East Germany 69-85 : 96 caps, 8 go)
DF – 21 – Christian HELM

MF – 29 – Eduard GEYER
MF – 21 – Reinhard HAEFNER ———— (East Germany 71-84 : 54 caps, 4 go)
MF – 18 – Hartmut SCHADE —————- (East Germany 75-80 : 28 caps, 4 go)

FW – 25 – Gert HEIDLER ——————– (East Germany 75-78 : 9 caps, 2 go)
FW – 24 – Horst RAU
FW – 23 – Rainer SACHSE ——————- (East Germany 77 : 2 caps, 0 go)

substitutes
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FW – 26 – Dieter RIEDEL ——————— (East Germany 74-78 : 4 caps, 0 go)
for Sachse (75th min)
DF – 21 – Udo SCHMUCK ——————— (East Germany 76-81 : 7 caps, 1 go)
for Rau (83rd min)

Trainer WALTER FRITZSCH and Dynamo Dresden had been doing without injured goal-hunter HANS JUERGEN KREISCHE, the reigning Oberliga Torjaegermeister the past three seasons who would later end his career as the third leading scorer in the history of the East Germany national team, for quite some time; another player not in the Lower Saxon Startelf was FRANK RICHTER, the 21-year-old striker who finished the 1972/73 season as the second-leading goal-scorer for the Oberliga titlist.

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