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 Heinz KUBSCH 1952-1958 
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Name: Heinz Kubsch


Country: :GER: Germany
Club: FK Pirmasens
Position: *GK
Side: RF/BS
Age: 22-28 years (20/07/1930)

Height: 175 cm
Weight: 73 kg

Attack: 30
Defence: 89
Balance: 78
Stamina: 65
Top Speed: 72
Acceleration: 75
Response: 88
Agility: 81
Dribble Accuracy: 50
Dribble Speed: 56
Short Pass Accuracy: 53
Short Pass Speed: 55
Long Pass Accuracy: 58
Long Pass Speed: 61
Shot Accuracy: 44
Shot Power: 78
Shot Technique: 44
Free Kick Accuracy: 43
Curling: 45
Header: 48
Jump: 88
Technique: 50
Aggression: 57
Mentality: 70
Keeper Skills: 86
Team Work: 73

Injury Tolerance: C
Condition/Fitness: 7
Weak Foot Accuracy: 4
Weak Foot Frequency: 4
Consistency: 5
Growth Type: Early Peak



Attack / Defence Awareness Card: Defence Minded


Heinz Kubsch is former German keeper. He was complete keeper with good positioning and reflexes, on the line was excellent and fast, good in jumping but lacked consistency and was mentally weak. Besides he had big problems with injuries, considering the fact he was keeper. In the north of Essen, in the quarter Katernberg midst of a housing estate in the sign of the Zeche Zollverein located, grew up Heinz Kubsch, trained as a cabinetmaker and ran in his spare time with success, the youth department of the sports fans Katernberg 1913. The first league season ended on 18 Katernberg April 1948 with a 4-2 away win in the Glückaufkampfbahn the doyen FC Schalke 04, as could be offset in the second half, the 0-2 behind with three goals of striker Paul Mieloszyk. Heinz Kubsch guarded the gate of the sports fans and Heinz Kwiatkowski goal of Schalke. In the second league-year 1948/49 was that Heinz Kubsch responsive in all 24 games in the housing hangover Berger and distinguishes itself with above-average performances from. By winning the title in 1950 in the 2nd West League against Borussia Moenchengladbach, FV Hombruch 09 and the Meidericher SV managed the Northern Essenes with goalkeeper Kubsch immediate return. Helmut Rahn and William Vordenbäumen in the attack, the sports fans started the season 1950/51. Before the 1951/52 round of Helmut Rahn signed a contract with Rot-Weiss Essen and with the team from Uhlen Krug, ETB black and white, the third team climbed out of food in the Oberliga West. The green and white sports fans set to 0:6 points to start in the sand and used to the half with 14:16 points in eleventh place. On the broadcast they reached the tenth and Heinz Kubsch was again in his 28 league games his outstanding class proved. The preliminary 1952/53 brought to Heinz Kubsch with the appointment of the DFB in the B international match on 9 November 1952 in Basel against Switzerland, a personal award. The impact of the currency reform of 1948 and the financial ability of the newly installed contract player statute had heralded the end of the mining industry dominated founder clubs and this was true of mountain cat. With 19:41 points reached Kubsch and colleagues reached 15th place and thus relegation together with the 2nd Erkenschwick from the League West.

In 1953 now 23-year-old goalkeeper Heinz Kubsch moved to Pirmasens. He led after the move with his wife in the center of the "shoe city" a tobacco shop with Lotto-Toto-acceptance. With his speed and "cat-facing" movement he pushed through on to for the national team for World Cup 1954 in Switzerland. Germany coach Herberger invited the ex-Katernberger first time in February 1954, a DFB-course. On 28 February convinced the new Keeper of FK Pirmasens also the representative of the Southwest game in Hamburg. Southwest won 4-2 with goals against Germany and North Kubsch was a member of the six goalkeepers, the Sepp Herberger in mid-March 1954 in the provisional World Cup squad called: Turek, Herkenrath, Kubsch, Kwiatkowski, terminal and Geissler. Together with defender Fritz Laband from Hamburg SV Kubsch celebrated on 25 April 1954 debut in the national soccer team. In the last match before the World Cup tournament, the DFB-Elf won in Basel with 5-3 goals against Switzerland. Strain while defender Eric rescuers suffered a severe meniscus injury and was out for the World Cup. With Pirmasens followed after the World Cup season 1953/54 three rounds in the southwest without belonging to the table top. As a coach, Helmut Schneider came with playmaker and scorer Helmut Kapitulski for 1957/58 round the stadium at the Two Bridges Road Horeb to Pirmasens put it, "the club" - this is the club called in the dialect - at a height of flight. In the years 1958, 1959 and 1960, the FK Pirmasens won the championship in a row in a league of south-west. In the three finals at the German Football League completed the goalkeeper all 15 games against Hamburger SV, 1 FC Cologne, 1 FC Nürnberg, Eintracht Frankfurt, Werder Bremen and Tasmania 1900 Berlin. Heinz Kubsch had completed 29 games in this round and said goodbye to the game on 16 April 1961 in Neunkirchen as an active player and ended after 222 league games with his career in Pirmasens. After his national team debut on 25 April 1954 in Basel against Switzerland was Kubsch nominated along with Toni Turek and Heini Kwiatkowski as a goalkeeper for the World Cup squad in Switzerland. In the surprising success of World Cup Herberger Elf Kubsch but came to no bet. The main reason for this was an "involuntary Bad", which brings the unfortunate Kubsch to his efforts at the World Cup, in the words of Fritz Walter in his 3-2 Copress book. On 23 March 1955 Kubsch comes to his second B match. In Sheffield, England is struggling from the German team to a 1-1 draw. A month later his second game in the senior national team. On 28 May defeated Germany 2-1 in Hamburg Ireland. In season 1956/57, this sequence is repeated: first on 15 September 1956, his third deployment in the B-team and 21 November's third "A" match in Frankfurt against Switzerland. In the national team after his career was over. He played for West Germany on 18 November 1959 and 19 March 1960, two representative matches against southern and northern Germany. Heinz Kubsch died in October 1993 after a long illness.

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