Heinz Mostert

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Heinz Mostert
birthday August 29, 1949
place of birth GrevenbroichGermany
position Defense
Years station
VfB Allrath
Years station Games (goals) 1
1969-1972 VfR Neuss 45 0(5)
TuS Grevenbroich
1974-1980 Bayer 05 Uerdingen 153 (21)
1980-1983 VVV Venlo 84 (13)
1 Only league games are given.

Heinz Mostert (born April 29, 1949 in Grevenbroich ) is a former German soccer player .


From 1969 to 1972 Mostert played in the Football Regionalliga West for VfR Neuss , where he scored five goals in 45 games. Mostert followed the offer from Bayer 05 Uerdingen in 1974 and from then on played in the northern season of the newly created 2nd Bundesliga . Right in the first year the second place in the table was achieved behind Hannover 96 . Mostert was used under coach Klaus Quinkert in 34 of 38 season games. The second place in the table made promotion to the Bundesliga possible, followed by the relegation round against the second in the southern season, FK Pirmasens . Bayer played 4: 4 in the first leg in Pirmasens, in the second leg the Krefeld won 6: 0, so the promotion was perfect. Mostert was used in the second relegation game when he was used in the 69th minute for Klaus Lenzke . With the 18th place in the table at the end of the season , the immediate relegation took place. Mostert played for Bayer 05 in the second division for three years. In the third year, the 1978/79 season , Bayer 04 Leverkusen took second place. Mostert started the promotion round again, this time against SpVgg Bayreuth . Mostert played completely in both games and thanks to the results of 1: 1 in the first leg and the 2: 1 win in the second leg, Mostert and his teammates made his second promotion to the top class. He played another year in Uerdingen before moving to VVV Venlo in the Netherlands . Mostert played in the Netherlands for three years before ending his professional career.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Interview with ex-player Heinz Mostert , accessed on December 2, 2012.