Frank Pastor

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Frank Pastor
birthday 7th December 1957
place of birth Halle / SaaleGDR
size 180 cm
position striker
Years station
1970-1976 HFC chemistry
Years station Games (goals) 1
1975-1976 HFC chemistry II at least 1 (0)
1976-1984 HFC chemistry 157 (49)
1984-1989 BFC Dynamo 114 (61)
1988-1989 BFC Dynamo II 13 0(5)
1989-1990 BSG activist Black Pump 16 0(5)
1990-1991 Terengganu FA
1991-1992 Viennese sports club 8 0(2)
1992-1994 Hallescher FC 37 (30)
1994-1995 Hertha 03 Zehlendorf 29 0(7)
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
1979-1985 DDR U-21 7 (1)
1983-1988 DDR Olympia 25 (6)
1983-1987 GDR 7 (0)
1 Only league games are given.

Frank Pastor (born December 7, 1957 in Halle / Saale ) is a former German football player.

Athletic career

BSG / club / association stations

Frank Pastor started his career at HTB Halle and joined HFC Chemie in 1970 . Here the 1.80 meter tall attacker developed into one of the best strikers in GDR football . In 1984 he was delegated to BFC Dynamo after the relegation of the HFC from the top division after 157 point games with 49 goals . For Berlin, he completed a total of 114 league games (61 goals) by 1989. He also scored four goals in 13 European Cup games. In the 1986/87 season, Pastor was the top scorer in the elite league of East German football with 17 goals . With 110 goals in 271 premier league appearances, he is in 17th place on the all-time list of the most successful league hunters.

After the turnaround , he first went to Malaysia for one season at Terengganu FA . The former selection striker then moved to Austria for the Vienna Sport Club for the 1991/92 season .

From 1992 to 1994 he played again for Halleschen FC, now in the amateur league . He had 30 goals in 37 games. The following season he returned to Berlin and played for Hertha 03 Zehlendorf (29 games / 7 goals). He finally ended his career at Germania 90 Schöneiche . Since then he has also lived in Schöneiche near Berlin .

Selection bets

With the youth national team , in which Pastor was called up seven times, he finished second in the U-21 European Championship in 1980 after losing the final against the Soviet Union (0-0, 0-1) .

For the A-team of communications , the striker from 1983 to 1987 seven games contested. He remained without a goal and in the fight for a regular place could not prevail against his BFC teammates Andreas Thom and Rainer Ernst , locomotive head Hans Richter or the Dresden attackers Ulf Kirsten and Ralf Minge, among others . He was more successful as a player in the GDR's Olympic team , for which he played 25 times and scored six goals. Despite his qualification for the Olympic football tournament in 1984 , he was unable to travel to Los Angeles due to the boycott of the socialist countries .


Web links

Commons : Frank Pastor  - Collection of pictures, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Sorin Arotăriţei and Matthias Arnhold: East Germany - Topscorers . RSSSF . September 4, 2014. Accessed April 23, 2019.