Thorsten Boer

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Thorsten Boer
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Thorsten Boer (front row, fifth from left) with BFC Dynamo in 1990
Personal information
Full name Thorsten Boer
Date of birth (1968-08-12) 12 August 1968 (age 54)
Place of birth Halle (Saale), East Germany
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Position(s) Striker
Youth career
SG Dynamo Halle-Neustadt
SG Dynamo Eisleben
0000–1987 BFC Dynamo [1]
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1987–1989 BFC Dynamo II [1]
1989–1990 SG Dynamo Fürstenwalde [2]
1989–1991 FC Berlin
1991–1993 Chemnitzer FC 72 (19)
1993 Tennis Borussia Berlin 13 (0)
1994–1999 1. FC Union Berlin 101 (32)
1999–2000 BFC Dynamo
2000–2001 1. FC Union Berlin
2001–2003 Köpenicker SC
Managerial career
2003–2007 Köpenicker SC
*Club domestic league appearances and goals

Thorsten Boer (born 12 August 1968 in Halle (Saale), East Germany) is a German football manager and former player. [3]

Boer joined the reserve team of BFC Dynamo in the second tier DDR-Liga in 1987. The reserve teams of the DDR-Oberliga clubs were not allowed to participate in the DDR-Liga after the 1988–89 season. Boer was then transferred to SG Dynamo Fürstenwalde. SG Dynamo Fürstenwalde was affiliated to BFC Dynamo at the time. Boer was then allowed to make his debut for BFC Dynamo in the first tier DDR-Oberliga in the 11th matchday of the 1989-90 DDR-Oberliga against 1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig on 18 November 1989. BFC Dynamo was renamed FC Berlin after the Peaceful revolution. Boer then played for FC Berlin in the 1990-91 NOFV-Oberliga. He then left FC Berlin for Chemnitzer FC in 1991. Boer made a total of 85 2. Bundesliga appearances for Chemnitzer FC and Tennis Borussia Berlin in the early 1990s.

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References

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