Yes, I'd like to see videos dispalyed.
Röber became a regular at Bremen, playing six years for the Green-Whites and scoring 57 goals in his 184 Bundesliga matches. During this time there, he also played three international B matches. Eventually, Röber's powerful style of play and his dangerous long-range shots also attracted the attention of Bayern Munich. However, he only played there for one season, wining the Bundesliga, in 1980/81. After that, he moved to Canada for six months with the Calgary Boomers before joining Nottingham Forest in the English Premier League. Bayer 04 coach Dettmar Cramer then brought him to Leverkusen in 1982. In his four years with the Werkself, Röber scored 18 goals. One of those, his overhead kick to put the team 2-1 ahead against Bayer 05 Uerdingen, was voted Goal of the Month by the viewers of Sportschau in March 1984.
An injury sustained in a Bundesliga match in Frankfurt put him out of action for six months, meaning he lost his regular place and moved to Bundesliga 2 North team Rot-Weiss Essen in 1986. As well as being a player there, he was also assistant under various coaches at the same time.
Following forced relegation from Bundesliga 2, Röber became head coach at Essen and led the club to the German Amateur Championship in 1992. Another year later, he and Rot-Weiss were promoted back to Bundesliga 2. Shortly afterwards, he was unable to resist an offer to take over at Bundesliga club VfB Stuttgart. Nevertheless, RWE fans voted him the club’s coach of the century in 2000.
After two years in Stuttgart, Röber moved to the capital. His six years at Hertha Berlin were to be his most successful, guiding them back into the Bundesliga and subsequently to the only Champions League qualification in their history. He made it through the first group stage in the 1999/2000 season but missed out on a place in the quarter-finals in the second stage after matches against Barcelona, Porto and Slavia Prague.
Since his dismissal from Hertha in 2002, he has been on the touchline for Wolfsburg, Partizan Belgrade, Borussia Dortmund, Saturn Ramenskoje and Ankaraspor.
Röber retired from coaching in 2011. He swapped the dugout for an office chair and became sporting director at Osmanlispor, the successor club to Ankaraspor, for two years from 2015. From 2017 to 2020, he worked in the same position for Belgian first division club Royal Excel Mouscron. He has been in well-earned retirement since 2020.
Dear Jürgen, I wish you all the best for your 70th birthday! Celebrate with your loved ones and stay healthy!
Marek Lesniak was born on 29 February 1964 in Goleniow in Poland. He played in the youth teams at Pomorzanin Nowogard as a youngster. He was awarded a contract at Polish top-flight side Pogon Stettin at the age of 18 and was very successful there for six years.Show more
Schalke 04 are level on points with FC Köln at the top of the Oberliga West in February 1945. The Werkself are mid-table with the same number of points as games and they travel to Gelsenkirchen with suitable respect on 7 February 1954.Show more
In this video you can watch impressive and important goals in the history of Bayer 04 in the month of February. It is not always about the beauty of the goals but also about remembering special games and players.Show more
The Werkself are away to Hannover 96 on 14 February 2004 at the AWD-Arena which was then under reconstruction. Bayer 04 suffered two defeats after the winter break. The team led by coach Klaus Augenthaler lost 1-0 at SC Freiburg and 2-1 a week later at home to newly promoted Eintracht Frankfurt. Nevertheless, the Werkself are still in touching distance of the Champions League qualifying spots.Show more
Leverkusen is white in February 1979. The snow is piled up as much as in January and the team under coach Willibert Kremer has not played a championship home game since 22 November.Show more