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Classics Footballer of the Year since 1960: The winner

14:20  25 july  2021
14:20  25 july  2021 Source:   kicker.de

Trend: How to carry the rose This spring

 Trend: How to carry the rose This spring of letters written by John Fitzgerald Kennedy to his Swedish mistress will be sold at auction. © Rraution / DR / AP / SIPA "You are wonderful and I miss you". Written letters from John Fitzgerald Kennedy to Gunilla von Post will be sold at auction. The former US president had met the one who would become his mistress in Cannes, in 1953, only a few weeks before his marriage with Jacqueline Bouvier .

The traditional choice has been made since 1960 by Kicker-Sports Magazine among members of the association of German Sports Journalists (VDS).

Erster Fußballer des Jahres: Uwe Seeler im Jahr 1960. © Provided by Kicker First footballer of the year: Uwe Seeler in 1960.

Germany's "footballer of the year" at a glance

All previous "footballers of the year" at a glance:

2021 Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich)

2020 Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich)

2019 Marco Reus (Borussia Dortmund)

2018 Toni Kroos (Real Madrid)

2017 Philipp Lahm (Bayern Munich)

2016 Jerome Boateng Bayern Munich)

2015 Kevin de Bruyne (VFL Wolfsburg)

2014 Manuel New (Bavaria Munich)

2013 Bastian Schweinsteiger (Bayern Munich)

"Let's Dance" winner Rúrik Gíslason: Surprised by his triumph: "Valentina has danced perfectly, we had less points"

 on Friday evening (May 28) found the big final of the 14th season of " Let's Dance "instead. The radiant winner: Rúrik Gíslason (33) ! The former Icelandic footballer and his dance partner Renata Lusin (33) could hardly believe their luck. Rúrik is Dancing Star 2021! The Cup is allowed to take home the sympathetic dance talent home - but where is his home? That must only be clarified. Already during the show Rúrik announced not to return to Iceland. He would definitely stay in Germany .

2012 Marco Reus (Bor. M'Gladbach)

2011 Manuel New (Schalke 04)

2010 Arjen Robben (Bayern Munich)

2009 Grafite (VfL Wolfsburg)

2008 Franck Ribery (Bavaria Munich)

2007 Mario Gomez (VfB Stuttgart)

2006 Miroslav Klose (Werder Bremen)

2005 Michael Ballack (Bayern Munich)

2004 Ailton (Werder Bremen)

2003 Michael Ballack (Bayern Munich)

2002 Michael Ballack (Bayer L Everkusen)

2001 Oliver Kahn (Bayern Munich)

2000 Oliver Kahn (Bayern Munich)

1999 Lothar Matthäus (Bayern Munich)

1998 Oliver Bierhoff (Udinese Calcio)

1997 Jürgen Kohler (Borussia Dortmund)

1996 Matthias Sammer (Borussia Dortmund)

1995 Matthias Sammer (Borussia Dortmund)

1994 Jürgen Klinsmann (Tottenham Hotspur)

1993 Andreas Köpke (1. FC Nuremberg)

1992 Thomas Häßler (AS ROM)

1991 Stefan Kuntz (1st FC Kaiserslautern)

Nantes. The Museum of Arts proposes to dive into the heart of the

 Nantes. The Museum of Arts proposes to dive into the heart of the hypnosis © Franck Dubray, West-France Popular form of hypnosis, the spiral is central in the optical art of the 1960s, as with this installation of marina Apollonio. stopped in its momentum by the October confinement, just after its opening, the exhibition of the Museum of Arts of Nantes is extended. "Every day in every way, I'm going better and better. Every day in every way, I'm getting better. Every day ...

1990 Lothar Matthäus (Inter Milan)

1989 Thomas Häßler (1st FC Cologne)

1988 Jürgen Klinsmann (VfB Stuttgart)

1987 Uwe Rahn (Borussia Mönchengladbach)

1986 Harald Schumacher (1st FC Cologne)

1985 Hans-Peter Briegel (Hellas Verona)

1984 Harald Schumacher (1st FC Cologne)

1983 Rudi Völler (Werder Bremen)

1982 Karlheinz Förster (VfB Stuttgart )

1981 Paul Breitner (Bayern Munich)

1980 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (Bayern Munich)

1979 Berti Vogts (Borussia Mönchengladbach)

1978 Sepp Maier (Bayern Munich)

1977 Sepp Maier (Bayern Munich)

1976 Franz Beckenbauer (Bayern Munich )

1975 Sepp Maier (Bayern Munich)

1974 Franz Beckenbauer (Bayern Munich)

1973 Günter Netzer (Borussia Mönchengladbach)

1972 Günter Netzer (Borussia Mönchengladbach)

1971 Berti Vogts (Borussia Mönchengladbach)

1970 Uwe Seeler (Hamburger SV)

1969 Gerd Müller (Bayern Munich)

1968 Franz Beckenbauer (Bayern Munich)

1967 Gerd Müller (Bayern Munich)

Jaguar: From Side Cars To Prestigious Luxury

  Jaguar: From Side Cars To Prestigious Luxury Jaguar has become a name that is synonymous with speed and luxury. The British automobile manufacturer which began as a motorcycle side-car and auto-body manufacturer quickly became one of the world's most prestigious producers of vehicles. While today’s Jaguar models certainly don't shy away from this, the older models exemplify the original Jaguar spirit more completely. Of course, with the responsibility that is placed on classic Jaguars for carrying the legacy of the company also comes enormous value and prestige from fans of the brand. This 1960 XK150 Fixed Head Coupe is no expectation from the rule.

1966 Franz Beckenbauer (Bayern Munich)

1965 Hans Tilkowski (Borussia Dortmund)

1964 Uwe Seeler (Hamburger SV)

1963 Hans Schäfer (1. FC Cologne)

1962 Karl-Heinz Förderinger (1st FC Cologne)

1961 Max Morlock (1st FC Nuremberg)

1960 Uwe Seeler (Hamburger SV)

Fall of Frankfurt: Kostic Change Bursted .
The POSSE Filip Kostic is finished. The offensive midfielder must stay in Frankfurt. The Eintracht does not pull the Serbs. © Provided by sport1.de MAKE word of Frankfurt: Kostic change burst from a transfer of Filip Kostic is definitely nothing more. As Eintracht Frankfurt announced on Tuesday evening, the midfielder will remain professional of Hesse.

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