Uwe Trommer

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Uwe Trommer
birthday March 29, 1964
place of birth LeipzigGerman Democratic Republic
size 179 cm
position Defense
Years station
Motor West Leipzig
BSG Motor Lindenau
Years station Games (goals) 1
1982-1986 Chemistry Bohlen ?? (??)
1986-1989 TSG Markkleeberg 33 0(0)
1989-1991 1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig 30 0(2)
1991-2004 VfB Leipzig 75 (2)
Stations as a trainer
Years station
2004-2010 1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig (assistant trainer)
2010 1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig (trainer)
since 1/2012 FC Grimma (coach)
1 Only league games are given.

Uwe Trommer (born March 29, 1964 in Leipzig ), also called Trommex , is a former German soccer player and soccer coach .

Player career

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Uwe Trommer's career began in 1982 at Chemie Böhlen . He came to 1. FC Lok Leipzig in 1989 via TSG Markkleeberg .

After the club was renamed VfB Leipzig in 1991 , he remained loyal to the club. With VfB, he was promoted to the Bundesliga in 1992/93 . There he made a total of 26 missions. He stayed with the club until the club went bankrupt in 2004 and ended his active career at the age of 40.

Coaching career

At the newly founded successor club of VfB Leipzig, 1. FC Lok , he became assistant coach of the first men's team after his career ended. After coach Seydler resigned, Uwe Trommer took on the role of coach until 2010. Recognized by the team and fans, there were also successes. Since January 2012 he has been actively and successfully supporting the FC Grimma team.

Success as a player

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Individual evidence

  1. Data only from the Bundesliga time 1991–1994