Norbert Strasbourg

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Norbert Straßburger (born March 20, 1948 ) is a former German soccer player. In the 1970s and 1980s he played for the football game association (FSV) Lokomotive Dresden in the second-rate GDR league .

Athletic career

From 1969 to 1971 Norbert Straßburger belonged to the squad of the second team of the game association Lok Dresden in the third class district league Dresden . In the 1970/71 season he made his debut in the first team with eight appearances in the GDR league, where he scored his first second division goal. After that he was always a regular player in seven seasons. In the 150 league games of this period, he was used in 134 league games and was four times top scorer of the game association. With eleven goals, he shot his team as the top scorer in 1977/78 to the first table of the league season D, so that the FSV could take part in the promotion games to the GDR Oberliga . Strasbourg was only used once in the eight promotion games, and Dresden could not qualify. After two weaker seasons 1978/79 and 1979/80 with only 26 appearances in 44 league games and only two and three goals, respectively, Strasbourg went into his last GDR league season in 1980. This time he only missed one point game and scored three more goals. After the end of the 1980/81 season, he resigned as a football player in the performance area at the age of 33. Between 1970 and 1981 he had played 189 point games and one promotion game in eleven seasons in the GDR league and had scored 60 goals. Between 1984 and 1988 he coached the FSV locomotive Dresden, which had since been relegated to the district league.


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