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Peter Grosser from 1860 Munich died at the age of 82

2021-03-02T13:58:49.603Z

His name is linked to the great age of the Lions: As team captain, Peter Grosser led Munich to the German championship in 1860. The former professional died at the age of 82.



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The big elf from 1860 with Peter Grosser (2nd from left)

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Third division soccer team 1860 Munich mourns its master captain Peter Grosser.

According to a report in the evening newspaper, the 82-year-old was found dead in his Munich apartment on Tuesday.

“He helped shape the 1860 era.

As a footballer, Peter Grosser not only won titles with TSV 1860 Munich, but also left deep marks as a person, «wrote the Lions.

The legend of Grosser led the sixties to the German championship as captain in 1966.

He had previously won the DFB Cup with the Lions in 1964, even if he had not played in the final, and in 1965 he moved into the final of the European Cup Winners' Cup.

The lions were celebrated as cup winners in 1964 in Munich

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“This is a big shock to me.

Peter is a big part of 1860. He was our captain in the greatest time of the lions «, the former goalkeeper Petar" Radi "Radenkovic is quoted at dieblaue24.com:» This is very difficult for me to cope with.

He was not only a teammate, but also a great friend. "

Grosser played for 1860 Munich from 1963 to 1969 and completed two international matches during this time.

The brilliant technician had previously worked for arch rivals FC Bayern from 1958 to 1963.

Grosser worked as a trainer for many years at SpVgg Unterhaching, where he was Vice President until 2011.

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Source: spiegel

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