Gerd Müller: Son| Record| Death Cause| And Thomas Muller

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Gerhard Müller (German pronunciation: [ˈɡɛɐ̯t mʏl;]; 3 November 1945 – 15 August 2021) was a German professional footballer. A prolific striker renowned for his clinical sophistication, particularly in and around the six-yard box, he is widely regarded as one of the greatest goalscorers in the history of the game. We will discuss about Gerd Müller: Son| Record| Death Cause| And Thomas Muller.

Gerd Müller: Son| Record| Death Cause| And Thomas Muller

Gerd Müller
Gerd Müller 2007.jpg

Müller in 2007
Personal information
Full name Gerhard Müller
Date of birth 3 November 1945
Place of birth Nördlingen, Allied-occupied Germany
Date of death 15 August 2021 (aged 75)
Height 1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)[1]
Position(s) Striker
Youth career
1958–1963 1861 Nördlingen
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1963–1964 1861 Nördlingen 31 (51)
1964–1979 Bayern Munich 453 (398)
1979–1981 Fort Lauderdale Strikers 71 (38)
Total   555 (487)

Internationally with West Germany, he scored 68 goals in 62 appearances, and at club level, in 15 years with Bayern Munich, in which he scored 365 goals in 427 Bundesliga matches, he became that league’s record holder.

Son

He was named Bundesliga Player of the Month in September and earned praise from his namesake, former Bayern great and Germany striker Gerd Müller.

Munich: Bayern Munich’s Gerd Müller and former West German football legend, known as “Der Bomber” for his scoring skills, has died. He was 75 years old.

Record

Bayern Munich and Germany great Gerd Müller previously held the record for most goals scored in a Bundesliga season. His 40 goals in the 1971/72 season was the highest return to the top-flight of German football, with Müller also first, second (38 in 1969/70) and third (36 in 1972/73).

Gerd Müller made history with the German record champion and the German national team. He scored an incredible 566 goals in 607 competitive games for FC Bayern and an unprecedented record of 365 goals in the Bundesliga, also being the top scorer seven times.

Death Cause

In 2015 Bayern announced in a statement that Müller had Alzheimer’s disease. Bayern’s chief executive, Oliver Kahn, also paid tribute: “We are all deeply saddened by the news of Gerd Müller’s death.

Muller is considered one of the best goal scorers of all time. Two years earlier he had played a decisive role in the German victory at the European Championship when he scored two goals in the final against the Soviet Union.

And Thomas Muller

Muller earned his coaching license in 1992 and became the head coach of the reserve in 1995/96. He helped nurture current Germany star Thomas Müller at Bayern, who had no ties.

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