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“His wonderful joy of life will be missed”

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“His wonderful joy of life will be missed”

After the news of Andreas Brehme’s (1960-2024) death, fans and companions said goodbye to the former football star on social media. Rudi Völler, Thomas Häßler and other athletes remember him.

On the Instagram account of world champion from 1990 it says about a black and white picture of Andreas: “Andreas Brehme, November 9th, 1960-February 20th, 2024 – RIP”. Write in the comments, among other things Guido Buchwald (63): “Incredible, rest in peace my friend”. In his Instagram stories, Buchwald also showed the scene from the 1990 World Cup final in which Brehme converted the penalty into the winning goal against Argentina. Buchwald was also part of the victorious DFB team at the time.

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Simone Ballack (48), the ex-wife of soccer star Michael Ballack (47), also dedicated one to Brehme emotional post: “RIP dear Andi @andibrehme, you chaotic person of heart. @michaelballackofficial took your place at the championship in Kaiserslautern in 1998. We’ve known each other for that long. What a celebration! How much we enjoyed talking about it. 3 days of emergency.” She added: “You mourned Emilio with us… and we had good times and parties @italydaumile and on Lake Garda. The regulars in Bardolino will miss you. Farewell my friend”. Michael Ballack also shared a picture of Brehme in a story and wrote: “Rest in peace, dear Andi.”

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“I will miss his wonderful joy of life”

At Thomas Häßler (57), who became world champion with Brehme, captioned a photo of him with Brehme on Instagram: “Rest in peace, dear Andy. I will miss you.” The DFB team shared on X (formerly Twitter): “Rudi Völler on the death of Andy Brehme: ‘Andy was ours World Cup herobut for me even more – he was my close one Freund and companion to this day. His wonderful joy of life will be I miss.”

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From the FC Bayern Munichwhere Brehme once played, it says on X: “FC Bayern is deeply shocked by the sudden death by Andreas Brehme. The German record champion is united in mourning with his relatives and friends. We will always keep Andreas Brehme in our hearts – as a world champion and even more as a very special person. He will always be part of the FC Bayern family. Rest in peace, dear Andi!”

The VfB Stuttgart posted: “VfB Stuttgart mourns the loss of its former assistant coach and World Champion from 1990 Andreas #Brehme. The scorer of the decisive goal to win the World Cup worked for #VfB from 2005 to 2006. VfB will honor the memory of Andreas Brehme, who made great contributions to German football, and will also use this opportunity to express its condolences to the bereaved.”

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Also the 1. FC Kaiserslautern mourns the death of Andreas Brehme: “He wore the Red Devils jersey for a total of ten years, became German champions and cup winners with FCK. In 1990, he shot the German national team to the World Cup title with his penalty and finally became a football legend,” it says from the club.

The Bavarian Prime Minister Markus Söder (57) explains on the short message service: “Rest in peace Andi #Brehme! With his penalty goal in the 1990 World Cup final he united the whole of Germany and made it happy. He was a great man who took responsibility at the crucial moment. Our condolences go out to him Family.”

Andreas Brehme was 63 years old

According to consistent media reports, Brehme died on the night of Monday to Tuesday at the age of 63. Accordingly, the former national soccer player apparently has one cardiac arrest suffered. In his long career as a player and coach, Brehme went through various positions. After starting at HSV Barmbek-Uhlenhorst, he eventually made it to today’s record champions FC Bayern Munich via 1. FC Saarbrücken and 1. FC Kaiserslautern. After trips to Italy (Inter Milan) and Spain (Real Zaragoza), he returned to Kaiserslautern in 1993 and continued until the end of his career. He made his debut as a coach there in 2000 before later coaching Unterhaching and VfB Stuttgart as an assistant coach.

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