Gerd Müller BioGraphy

Gerd Müller BioGraphy : Gerd Müller was born in the small German town of Nerdlingen (federal state of Bavaria), whose population still does not exceed 20 thousand people. It is probably unnecessary to tell what 1945 is for Germany. Gerd was also the sixth child in a family that was constantly experiencing financial difficulties. In addition, at the age of 15, the boy lost his father, which forced him to go to work in a factory. But his favorite thing is football, Muller did not give up, playing whenever the opportunity presented itself. Müller was noticed, and he began to play for the team of his hometown, which played in one of the regional leagues of Germany. The first season Gerd adapted to the team, but in the second he produced an amazing result – 54 goals in 30 league matches. It is not surprising that the fame of the miracle – the scorer went far beyond Nerdlingen, and Müller ended up in the main club of Bayern.

Gerd Müller BioGraphy

Gerd Müller’s full name is Gerhard Müller. He was born on 3 November 1945. And he died on 15 August 2021. His father’s name is Johann Heinrich Müller and his mother’s name is Christina Karoline Müller. We have no information about Gerd Müller’s siblings.

Gerd Müller Youth career

  • 1958–1963: 1861 Nördlingen

Gerd Müller  Senior career

  • 1963–1964 : 1861 Nördlingen (Apps:31) (Goal : 51)
  • 1964–1979: Bayern Munich (Apps:453) (Goal : 398)
  • 1979–1981 :Fort Lauderdale Strikers (Apps:71) (Goal : 38)

Gerd Müller National team

  • 1966 :West Germany (Apps: U23)  1) (Goal : 1)
  • 1966–1974 :West Germany (Apps:62) (Goal : 68)

Gerd Müller Retirement

After the end of his football career, Gerd Müller became very worried. He could not live without his favorite game. The great football player removed the constant depression with alcohol. This affected his health. Gerd’s wife left, and only his best friends did not leave him and were able to cure this ailment. Over time, Müller was promoted to assistant coach in Bayern’s second squad, which he held until 2014. Until the moment when doctors discovered he had the terrible Alzheimer’s disease. The former footballer’s health worsened every day, and now Gerd Müller is living out his last days in a nursing home.

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Real Name Gerhard Müller
Nick Name Gerd Müller
Date of Death 15 August 2021 (aged 75)
Date Of Birth 3 November 1945
Nationality Germany
Religion Christianity
Gender Male
Birth Place Nördlingen, Allied-occupied Germany
Profession German professional footballer
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Position Striker
Gerd Müller BioGraphy Family 
Father name  Johann Heinrich Müller
Mother name Christina Karoline Müller
Brother name Don’t Know
Sister name Don’t Know
Children name Nicole Müller
Wife name Uschi Ebenböck
Gerd Müller Education
School Name Don’t Know
College Name Don’t Know
Qualification Don’t Know
Gerd Müller Physical Status
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Height 1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)
Dress Size 16 (US)  (approximate)
Weight 87 kg
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color White
Chest Size 46 cm  (approximate)
Waist Size 44 cm (approximate)
Biceps Size 22 cm (approximate)
Shoe Size 12 (US)  (approximate)
Body type Athelitc
Gerd Müller  Relationship Status
Are you married ? Yes
Is he Gay No
Any Affair No
Ex- Girlfriend Name Uschi Ebenböck
Spouse Name Uschi Ebenböck

Gerd Müller Records

But in 2015, doctors diagnosed Gerd Müller with a terrible diagnosis – Alzheimer’s disease. Muller, with the help of his friends, is struggling with a terrible disease. That time to touch on the bombing achievements of Gerd Müller, many of which now seem completely unattainable. In 1974, he brought the number of his goals scored in the world championships to 14 and came out on top, ahead of Just Fontaine. This is still a record. Gabriel Batistuta can most realistically catch up with Muller – if he scores 5 goals on the fields of Japan and Korea in 2002.

After the 1974 World Cup, Müller ended up playing for the national team. He told Shen that he was tired of sitting on suitcases all the time and that his daughter stopped recognizing him when he came home after endless games and gatherings. He finished with 68 goals in 62 games. Although he was only 28 at the time, none of the other German strikers of all time could even come close to him. If Gerd had stayed in the national team, he could well break the world record of Puskas (83 goals).

Müller has scored 70 goals in European competition. This is also a record. Among modern strikers, no one has even reached the milestone of 40 goals. In the Bundesliga, he stopped at 365 goals. Naturally, this is the highest result ever. For the current generation, even two hundred look like something transcendental. In one championship (71/72) he managed to score 40 times. The Bundesliga top scorer has long been barely more than 20 goals at best, and sometimes even drops below that mark.

Gerd has scored five goals five times in German championship matches. And here he gave a blunder, because there was another man who once scored six. In 1977, when Gerd was still playing in the Bundesliga, he was surpassed by his namesake Dieter.

Gerd Müller Personal life

Gerd Müller married Uschi Ebenböck in 1967. They have a son named Nicole Müller.

Honours
Bayern Munich
  • 1968–69, 1971–72, 1972–73, 1973–74 : Bundesliga
  • 1965–66, 1966–67, 1968–69, 1970–71: DFB-Pokal
  • 1964–65 : Regionalliga Süd
  • 1973–74, 1974–75, 1975–76 : European Cup
  • 1966–67 : European Cup Winners’ Cup
  • 1976 : Intercontinental Cup
West Germany
  • 1974 : FIFA World Cup
  • 1972: UEFA European Championship
Individual
  • 1970 : Ballon d’Or
  • 1967, 1969: Footballer of the Year (Germany)
  • 1963–2003: Voted best Player 40 Years Bundesliga
  • 1968–69, 1969–70, 1971–72, 1972–73: kicker Bundesliga Team of the Season
  • 1967, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1978: Bundesliga Top Scorer (Kicker-Torjägerkanone)
  • 1970, 1972: European Golden Shoe
  • 1970 : FIFA World Cup Golden Boot,FIFA World Cup Bronze Ball &FIFA World Cup All-Star Team
  • 1972 UEFA European Championship Top Scorer
  • 1972 : UEFA European Championship Team of the Tournament
  • 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977 : European Cup Top Scorer
  • 1998 : FIFA Order of Merit
  • 2004 : FIFA 100
  • 2007, as football legend : Golden Foot
  • 1973, 1974; Silver award: 1975; Bronze award: 1972, 1976 : Bravo Otto: Gold award:
  • IFFHS Legends
  • Bayern Munich All-time XI

Gerd Müller Net worth

Gerd Müller’s net worth is approximately $20 million. Now $ 20 million is not in this world. So all his property will belong to his wife and children.

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