Bernd Bransch cause of death
The former captain of the GDR national soccer team Bernd Bransch is dead. As his long-standing club Hallescher FC learned from the family, the 77-year-old died on Saturday.
Bernd Bransch, born on 24 September 1944, was a former footballer from East Germany.
Bransch began his sporting career as a youngster at BSG Motor Halle-Süd.
The son of a locksmith was then allowed to join sports club SC Chemie Halle in 1954.
Bransch played throughout his career for SC Chemie Halle and its successor, Hallescher FC Chemie – except for the 1973/74 season, in which he played for FC Carl Zeiss Jena.
In 1968 and 1974 he was honoured as East German Footballer of the Year.
Bransch participated in the Munich Olympics 1972, in which his East German team secured a bronze medal, and in the gold-medal winning Montreal Olympics 1976 side.
He also played in the 1974 FIFA World Cup.
In total Bransch played 317 league games, scoring 43 goals.
What was Bernd Bransch’s net worth?
According to sources, Bernd Bransch had an estimated net worth of $1 Million.
Who was Bernd Bransch’s wife?
Bernd Bransch was married with kids, however, there are no details of his family because, Bernd Bransch kept his family’s life private. There are no details of his family at the moment of publication, we’ll update you soon.
How old was Bernd Bransch?
Bernd Bransch was born on 24 September 1944. He was 77 yeas old at his time of death.
What was Bernd Bransch cause of deaht?
Bransch’s former club Hallescher FC said in a statement Sunday that he had died on Saturday following “a long, severe illness.”