Jens Lehmann (2007)
|Surname||Jens Gerhard Lehmann|
|birthday||November 10, 1969|
|place of birth||Essen , Germany|
|1978-1987||Black and white food|
|1987-1988||FC Schalke 04|
|Years||station||Games (goals) 1|
|1988-1998||FC Schalke 04||274 (2)|
|1998||AC Milan||5 (0)|
|1999-2003||Borussia Dortmund||129 (0)|
|2003-2008||Arsenal FC||147 (0)|
|2008-2010||VfB Stuttgart||65 (0)|
|2011||Arsenal FC||1 (0)|
|2011||Arsenal FC Reserves||2 (0)|
|Years||selection||Games (goals) 2|
|Germany U19||6 (0)|
|1990-1991||Germany U21||6 (0)|
|1990-1992||Germany Olympia||5 (0)|
|Stations as a trainer|
|2017-2018||Arsenal FC (assistant coach)|
|2019||FC Augsburg (assistant coach)|
1 Only league games are given.
Status: end of career
2 Status: end of career
Jens Lehmann began his professional career in 1989 at FC Schalke 04 in the 2nd Bundesliga and in 1991 he was promoted to the 1st Bundesliga with the team . A year after winning the 1997 UEFA Cup , he left Schalke 04 and moved to Italy for AC Milan . There he lost his regular position after a short time and therefore decided to move to Borussia Dortmund during the winter break that followed .
In 2002 he won the German championship with Dortmund , before moving abroad for the second time in 2003, this time to England to Arsenal , with whom he won the Premier League in his first season as a member of the Invincibles (German Die Unschlagbaren ). Due to his achievements in his first three years in England, he also managed to become the goalkeeper of the German national team in the run-up to the 2006 World Cup in Germany. He was also in the German goal at the 2008 European Championships in Austria and Switzerland. After the contract in London expired in summer 2008, Lehmann moved to VfB Stuttgart , where he was employed until the end of the 2009/10 season . Although he actually ended his active career in 2010, Lehmann returned to Arsenal in March 2011 until the end of the season.
Career as a player
Youth and FC Schalke 04 (1987–1998)
Jens Lehmann started playing soccer at the age of four and became a member of the DJK Heisingen when he was seven . However, during this time he was not mainly active as a goalkeeper, but as a center forward. Between 1978 and 1987 he played together with Oliver Bierhoff at Schwarz-Weiß Essen , now exclusively as a goalkeeper. With the B-youth he won the German runner-up championship. With the success of the traditional Essen club, representatives of the professional clubs became aware of Lehmann. Although he had only played in a district selection, he signed a contract with FC Schalke 04 at the age of 17. After a year in the local youth team, he was promoted to the professional squad of the team that had just been relegated from the Bundesliga.
In the 1988/89 season Lehmann was a regular goalkeeper for some time when Schalke was increasingly in danger of relegation in the second Bundesliga. But since he made a few mistakes and was also aiming for his Abitur at the same time, he had to sit down on the bench again for the time being. In total, the 19-year-old made 13 appearances in his first professional season, and Schalke narrowly escaped relegation to the amateur class. In his second season at Schalke, Lehmann finally rose to become a regular goalkeeper. In the third year, Schalke managed to return to the Bundesliga after Lehmann had only conceded 25 goals in 34 games this season.
In his first Bundesliga season in 1991/92, Lehmann remained number one in Schalker Tor. In the first all-German season he played in 37 of the 38 games. After the team played for a place in the UEFA Cup , it was enough for 11th place in the end.
In 1992/93 the first major setback followed in Jens Lehmann's career, which had been steeply up to now. When he tore an internal ligament, cruciate ligament and meniscus tear with ruptured capsule on match day eight , his further career was in danger.
Only on the sixth day of the 1993/94 season did he return to Schalke Tor, but neither he nor the Schalke team were able to match the form of previous years. On the 12th matchday there was a scandal when Lehmann had already allowed three goals against Leverkusen after 27 minutes and the Schalke supporters vehemently demanded his substitution. In fact, the new Schalke coach Jörg Berger changed him at half time and replaced him with Holger Gehrke , who had to accept two more goals. Lehmann himself didn't see the end of the game because he had already taken the S-Bahn home. Only on matchday 21 did he regain his regular place (Schalke was in the meantime still on a relegation place), but in the following weeks was a guarantee for the rescue on a non-relegation place at the end of the season.
From the 1994/95 season at the latest, Lehmann was the undisputed goalkeeper, and he only missed two Bundesliga games in the next four years. Things were looking up for Schalke too. Schalke succeeded in securing relegation and in the following years the team became known for the excellent defensive department around Jens Lehmann, which in the 1995/96 season had to accept the fewest goals in the Bundesliga with 36 goals and with 3rd place the best placement in almost 20 Years ago. In 1996/97 , in Lehmann's first season in the European Cup competitions, Schalke achieved the greatest success in the club's history by winning the UEFA Cup . After the 1: 0 victory in the first leg in Gelsenkirchen scored in the second leg Zamorano the only one in the 85th minute: 0 for Inter. Overtime remained goalless, so the decision was made on penalties. Anderbrügge, Thon and Max converted for Schalke, Lehmann saved Zamorano's first penalty, Djorkaeff converted and Winter missed. With the fourth penalty, Wilmots scored the decision for FC Schalke 04.
Schalke was less successful in the Bundesliga, because the low number of goals was not enough to reach more than 12th place. As defending champions, the team also took part in the UEFA Cup the next season and was able to advance to the quarter-finals, where they lost to eventual winners Inter Milan. In the Bundesliga, Schalke had to concede only 32 goals in 34 league games and again qualified for the international competition with 5th place. Lehmann was able to score a field goal against Borussia Dortmund on the 20th match day (December 19, 1997) as the first goalkeeper in Bundesliga history. Shortly before the end of the game, when the score was 1: 2 from the point of view of his team, he had moved forward at a corner and came completely free to the header in the 5-meter space. This was already his second Bundesliga goal: on March 12, 1995, in the 6-2 win of FC Schalke 04 against TSV 1860 Munich , Lehmann scored the 6-1 penalty. Jens Lehmann, Andreas Köpke and Hans Jörg Butt are so far the only goalkeepers who have scored more than one goal in the Bundesliga.
AC Milan (1998)
After having been an important member of the Schalke team for ten years and had played a major role in the development of the second division team into a Bundesliga team with international ambitions, the now 28-year-old Lehmann decided to take on a new challenge and signed one in July 1998 Three-year contract with the top Italian club AC Milan .
Started as a regular goalkeeper at Milan, after bad reviews he had to vacate his place in goal for Sebastiano Rossi after only a few appearances . In October 1998, Lehmann was given another chance to parole, but was replaced after 27 minutes after conceding a goal and owing a penalty. His representative Rossi was able to save the penalty and had thus finally captured the regular place in the gate of Milan. At the end of the month there were rumors that Lehmann would leave the club prematurely to move to Borussia Dortmund.
On December 24, 1998, the change was perfect and Lehmann went to Dortmund for a transfer fee of around seven million marks. The Bundesliga club, which was in 5th place in the table at the time, had signed Lehmann to replace Stefan Klos , who had left the club after seven and a half years as a regular goalkeeper for the winter break. Lehmann himself commented on the early departure from Milan with the words: “I can't take it anymore. I am not ready to eke out a existence as a substitute for Rossi ”.
Borussia Dortmund (1999-2003)
As a long-time Schalke 04 player, Lehmann was only partially welcomed by the rival from Dortmund. Having started the second half of the season with the aim of qualifying for the UEFA Champions League , Lehmann initially impressed in four league games without defeat, but made a mistake against Hansa Rostock on matchday 25 when he played in the 90th minute of the Game that Rostock captain Timo Lange grabbed by the hair and was sent off for the first time in his Bundesliga career. After a three game suspension, he came back to the team and returned to the away game at Schalke on matchday 30, where he was whistled for 90 minutes and insulted as a traitor. In the last four games of the season, Lehmann only conceded four goals, and Dortmund made it to fourth place on the last day of the game and thus qualified for the Champions League.
In the following season, Lehmann's aggressive appearance on the field caused a stir, a consequence of his media-effective duel with Oliver Kahn for the regular place in the national team. Nevertheless, he played a convincing first half of the season and conceded only 13 goals in the first 17 games of the season. He also played convincingly in the European Cup and enabled Dortmund to at least stay in the UEFA Cup after being eliminated from the Champions League. After the team had lost the first leg of the third round to Glasgow Rangers 2-0, Lehmann gave the second leg in stoppage time the template to make it 2-0 and saved three penalties in a row in the penalty shoot-out, which meant that his team made it into the round of 16 of the competition meant. The second half of the season, on the other hand, was extremely negative for Lehmann, who not only slipped into mid-table with Dortmund, but saw the red card again on matchday 24 after a rough foul. In the weeks before, Lehmann had questioned his regular position in the Dortmunder Tor with a few mistakes. Without him, Dortmund took three more defeats in three games and was finally in danger of relegation. Even after his comeback, Lehmann didn't seem safer and made a few more mistakes. For Dortmund it was enough to stay in 11th place. At this point it was already clear that Lehmann, who had asked for clearance three times in the past six months (a return to Schalke 04 was discussed), would also play for Borussia Dortmund in the 2000/01 season.
The 2000/01 season was largely uneventful for Lehmann, only his high number of yellow cards was noticed. In total, he conceded 40 goals in his 31 games of the season, and Dortmund returned to international business at the end of the season in third place.
The 2001/02 season brought Dortmund and Lehmann even further forward. With strong performances and a closed defensive department, Dortmund conceded only ten goals in the first half of the season and was tied with leaders Leverkusen in second place at the winter break. They were eliminated again in the Champions League, but had still qualified for the UEFA Cup. Also in the second half of the season Dortmund was able to orientate itself on Bayer Leverkusen. On matchday 27, however, there was another scandal about Lehmann. He kicked Soumaila Coulibaly in the win against Freiburg and was subsequently suspended for four games. In the weeks before, Lehmann had made headlines with an attack against Leverkusen's striker Ulf Kirsten and an elbow check against Bayern's Giovane Élber . In the UEFA Cup, however, Lehmann continued to play and reached the final with Dortmund. On matchday 31, Lehmann returned to the Dortmund Bundesliga team. The team won the last three games of the season and passed Bayer Leverkusen; Lehmann became German champion for the first time in his career. In the UEFA Cup, however, it was not enough for great success: Dortmund lost the final against Feyenoord 2: 3. A few weeks earlier, Lehmann had extended his contract in Dortmund until 2004.
The 2002/03 season was not nearly as successful for Dortmund, also because the team had to struggle with injuries again and again. Nevertheless, BVB was in second place in the table at the winter break, which was mainly due to the defensive department, which had only conceded 13 goals in 17 games. Lehmann stood out in the season mainly through two further expulsions, on the 12th matchday after a clear criticism of the referee, on the 22nd matchday after he had verbally attacked his own teammate Márcio Amoroso . In the Champions League, Dortmund made it back to the second round for the first time in a few years and ultimately failed to reach the quarter-finals. On matchday 26, Lehmann played his last Bundesliga game for Dortmund after sustaining a long-term thigh injury in training.
Lehmann started the 2003/04 season as a regular goalkeeper for Borussia, but the still low level of acceptance among fans of the club and the fact that Roman Weidenfeller was an aspiring competitor for the goalkeeping position prompted Lehmann to join in again to deal with a change of club. A move to one of the top leagues in Europe was particularly appealing to him after his failed attempt in Italy. He played his last game for BVB in the league cup semifinals of the season, but was also sent off for the fifth time since moving to Borussia Dortmund when he outlined Stuttgart striker Kevin Kurányi in the penalty area. One day later, the change took shape after Arsenal FC started negotiations with Dortmund. Lehmann was supposed to replace former England goalkeeper David Seaman at Arsenal . The move finally became safe on July 26, 2003, after the two clubs agreed on a transfer fee of 3.5 million euros and the transfer of Arsenal's substitute keeper Guillaume Warmuz to Dortmund. After 129 Bundesliga games and 37 international appearances, Lehmann's commitment to Borussia Dortmund ended.
Arsenal FC (2003-2008)
In his first season in London (2003/04) Lehmann was used in all 38 games of the season and developed into a convincing support for the team of Arsenal FC, which remained undefeated during the season and became English champions with an eleven point lead. Lehmann only conceded 26 goals in the entire season. After he had guaranteed the progress of the Londoners in the Champions League round of 16, he had to take criticism in the quarter-finals against local rivals from Chelsea when he made a serious mistake in the second leg and his team was eliminated.
The 2004/05 season was changeable for Lehmann, who was criticized again with two mistakes in the Champions League group game against Panathinaikos Athens and temporarily lost his regular position to Manuel Almunia after a form low in winter . After there was even talk of Lehmann saying goodbye to London at times, he returned to Arsenal's goal on matchday 26, after a ten-game break, because the success of the previous season with Almunia was not restored and Arsenal meanwhile moved to third Table position slipped. In the last 13 games of the season, Lehmann had to accept only seven goals and was instrumental in ensuring that Arsenal were ultimately able to win the English runner-up. Lehmann was also able to excel in the FA Cup by showing a faultless game against Manchester United in regular time and parrying the decisive shot on penalties.
In the 2005/06 season Lehmann was used in all season games and had to accept a total of 31 goals in these 38 league games. On the last day of the season, the team made it to fourth place in the table and thus participation in the qualification for the Champions League 2006/07 . In the Champions League, Lehmann developed into the team's leading player and did not concede a single goal in his eight appearances this season. Especially in the games against Real Madrid in the round of 16 and in the semi-finals against Villarreal , when Lehmann held a penalty from Juan Román Riquelme that was crucial for progress in the second leg in the 90th minute , he was the team's guarantee of success. In the final against FC Barcelona Lehmann saw a red card in the 19th minute when he tried to prevent a goal from being conceded outside the penalty area by Samuel Eto'o , who was charging towards him alone . Although his team was able to take the lead after being outnumbered, they had to accept two goals in the closing stages for a 2-1 defeat. Jens Lehmann also stayed 852 minutes without conceding a goal in the Champions League, longer than any other goalkeeper before him. He replaced Edwin van der Sar as the record holder. In August 2006, Jens Lehmann was named “Best Goalkeeper” of the 2005/06 UEFA season in the Champions League.
In April 2006, Lehmann signed a one-year contract with Arsenal, which he extended for another year in April 2007. Lehmann made a serious mistake in the first two games of the 2007/08 Premier League season. When he pulled a capsule strain in his ankle, the Spaniard Manuel Almunia moved into the starting line-up. He played flawless games and thus fought for his regular place, which he kept despite some mistakes even after Lehmann's recovery. Since Lehmann has not been used as a regular goalkeeper by Arsenal since then, a change of the goalkeeper during the winter break was not ruled out. However , after long deliberation, Lehmann rejected a return to Borussia Dortmund . On May 4, 2008 it was announced that Lehmann will definitely leave Arsenal after the end of the season. In the last home game of the season against Everton , he was substituted on shortly before the end to allow him to say goodbye to the supporters of the club. In retrospect, Lehmann describes his long-time coach at Arsenal, Arsène Wenger , as the best coach he has ever trained under and from whom he has learned the most.
VfB Stuttgart (2008-2010)
In the summer break of 2008 Lehmann moved to VfB Stuttgart for the 2008/09 season . There he first signed a one-year contract, which he later extended to summer 2010.
Although Lehmann showed consistently good performances as a set goalkeeper in the 2008/09 season, the club slipped in the first half of the season to 11th place, which resulted in the dismissal of coach Armin Veh . With Markus Babbel as the new team boss from November 2008, they could improve to 3rd place by the end of the season, which meant qualifying for the Champions League . Jens Lehmann played a full 90 minutes in every game of the season.
Jens Lehmann played his last international game on March 17, 2010. It was the second leg in the Champions League round of 16 that VfB lost 4-0 against FC Barcelona . On May 8, 2010, he finally played his last Bundesliga game for VfB Stuttgart in a 1-1 draw against TSG 1899 Hoffenheim , which also ended his active football career for the time being.
Arsenal FC (2011)
In March 2011, the now 41-year-old Lehmann returned to Arsenal as a substitute goalkeeper , as Manuel Almunia was the only goalkeeper he could use. Lehmann signed a contract until the end of the season on June 30, 2011. He made his comeback first on March 29, 2011 in the second team (1: 2 defeat against the reserves of Wigan Athletic ) and finally came on April 10, 2011 in the Premier League (3-1 away win against FC Blackpool ) for his only appearance of the season after Almunia was injured while warming up.
In the national team
Jürgen Klinsmann declared on his debut as national coach in the summer of 2004 that there was no clear number 1 goal for the national team, and put the two competitors Kahn and Lehmann alternately within the framework of the rotation principle. The unresolved question of goalkeepers caused intense public discussions in the run-up to the 2006 World Cup.
On April 7, 2006, Klinsmann finally announced the decision in favor of Lehmann. His club Arsenal had previously reached the semi-finals of the Champions League and did not concede a goal for eight games in a row - in five of these (including the last four) Lehmann was in goal (Arsenal also stayed in goal with Lehmann in the following semi-finals without conceding), while his opponent had attracted negative attention due to minor injuries and a few mistakes. Klinsmann emphasized, however, that it was not Kahn's mistakes that were decisive for the decision, but rather Lehmann's game philosophy, who was considered the more communicative and adaptable player.
On June 30, 2006, he made sure that the German national team reached the semi-finals at the World Cup when he saved two penalties in the quarter-final game against Argentina and Germany won 5-3 on penalties . The cheat sheet handwritten by goalkeeping coach Andreas Köpke with information about the shooters of the Argentine team, which Lehmann was given before the start of the penalty shootout, was later made available to the Ein Herz für Kinder campaign . The EnBW company bought the slip at auction for one million euros and donated it to the House of History in Bonn.
In the national team he holds the record for the longest series without conceding a goal: In the 3-0 win against Austria in February 2008, he surpassed his own record and was a total of 681 minutes without conceding until the 2-2 against Belarus. In the same game he also took over the captain's armband for the first time, in which he was the fourth captain. When Lehmann was no longer regularly used in the Premier League, doubts arose as to whether he could call up top performances at the European Championship 2008 without sufficient match practice . Nevertheless, Lehmann was able to convince the critics with a good performance in the quarter-finals against Portugal .
On August 8, 2008, Lehmann announced that he was stepping down from the post of goalkeeper for the national team in order to clear the way for a younger goalkeeper before the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. National coach Joachim Löw himself expressed himself positively about Lehmann's national team career by describing his professional attitude as exemplary. Lehmann also thanked him for the instructive time in the national team and described his career highlight, the 2006 World Cup, as “fantastic” and “unique”. Lehmann remained clean in 31 of his 61 international matches. He has the best quota of all German national goalkeepers with at least twenty appearances. After Lehmann had decided at the end of March 2009 to play a second year in Stuttgart, he also flirted with a comeback in the national team. However, goalkeeping coach Köpke stated that he would no longer nominate Lehmann out of consideration for the younger goalkeepers. After the death of Robert Enke and the failure of René Adler , there was again speculation about Lehmann's return in the run-up to the 2010 World Cup . However, he stated that he was not available as a substitute goalkeeper, but only as number one.
After the active career
Lehmann has had a soccer coach license since October 2013. During the 2017/18 Premier League season , the former national goalkeeper was part of the coaching team led by Arsène Wenger at his former club Arsenal.
From the end of January 2019, Lehmann was Manuel Baum's assistant coach on the coaching team at Bundesliga club FC Augsburg . He was released together with Baum on April 9, 2019, when the team was in 15th place in the table after the 28th matchday with four points ahead of the relegation place.
In mid-May 2020, Tennor Holding BV named Lehmann as a representative on the supervisory board of Hertha BSC GmbH & Co. KGaA . However, it must first be confirmed at the next committee meeting in this group, which comprises nine members.
Achievements / titles
- Vice World Champion : 2002 (as a substitute goalkeeper without use)
- Third in the Confed Cup : 2005
- Third in the world championship : 2006
- Vice European Champion : 2008
- UEFA Cup : 1997
- UEFA Cup finalist: 2002
- UEFA Champions League finalist: 2006
- German champion : 2002
- English champion : 2004
- English Supercup : 2004
- English Cup : 2005
- Best goalkeeper in Europe: 1997, 2006
- UEFA Club Goalkeeper of the Year : 2006
- Best Premier League goalkeeper: 2004
- Runner-up in the 2006 World Goalkeeper election
- Man of the Match, FA Cup Final 2005
- Silver bay leaf with the German national team in 2006
- Admission to the All-Star-Team of the Football World Cup 2006
- Bambi , athletic performance and team spirit: 2006
- Steiger Award in the Sport, Fairness and Team Spirit category: 2008
- Goal of the month December 1997
- Classification as world class in the ranking list of German football : Summer 2006
Jens Lehmann received 36 yellow cards in the Bundesliga . He was sent off a total of seven times: five times in the Bundesliga (record for a goalkeeper) and once each in the DFL League Cup and in the UEFA Champions League .
Extra sports life
Jens Lehmann and his older brother grew up in the Heisingen district of Essen . In 1988 he graduated from high school and, in addition to his work as a professional footballer, studied economics for several semesters at the University of Münster from 1992 to 1998 .
He has been married to Conny, a primary school teacher, since 1999. She brought her son Lasse from a relationship with Knut Reinhardt into the marriage, whom Lehmann later adopted. Their son was born in July 2000 and their daughter in March 2006.
Jens Lehmann's cousin, Jochen Rotthaus, also from Essen-Heisingen, is now Director of Marketing / Communication at Bayer 04 Leverkusen . In the German-South African film production Themba - The Game of His Life , Jens Lehmann plays a talent scout who discovers and promotes a boy who is fighting for the survival of his family. The plot is based on a novel by the writer Lutz van Dijk . The film celebrated its cinema premiere on August 5, 2010.
In addition to the presenter Florian König, he has been an expert in broadcasting the German qualification matches on RTL Television since September 2014 . Before that, he worked in the same position from 2010 to 2014 at the Bundesliga broadcast ( Sky90 from Sky Deutschland ).
On November 9, 2016, Lehmann was sentenced to a fine of 50 daily rates of 850 euros (42,500 euros) at the Starnberg district court for aiding and abetting to flee an accident. A case of coercion and attempted bodily harm had previously been dropped against the former goalkeeper.
Lehmann is an ambassador and board member for the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation to help disadvantaged children and young people. He also supports the Youth Football Foundation, which was founded in 2000 on the initiative of Jürgen Klinsmann , among others , and is a member of the Board of Trustees there. He is also a supporter of the Trautmann Foundation and is committed to the Willow Foundation of the former Scottish Arsenal goalkeeper Bob Wilson and the English anti-racism initiative Kick it Out . In addition, Jens Lehmann has been a member of the board of trustees of the German Childhood Cancer Care Foundation since 2010 - the foundation for chronically ill children from Villingen-Schwenningen in the Black Forest. This foundation has been committed to children with cancer, heart and cystic fibrosis and their families for more than 20 years.
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|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Lehmann, Jens Gerhard (full name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German soccer goalkeeper|
|DATE OF BIRTH||November 10, 1969|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||eat|