Vintage Hermann Erlhoff #3 Rot-Weiss Essen (Germany) Match Worn Shirt - Trikot for German League 1970-71. Provenance: Former Chacarita (Argentina) 1971 player who swap during Chacarita Tour at Germany.
Camiseta del Rot-Weis Essen (Alemania) #3 utilizada por Herman Erlhoff durante la Liga Alemana en la temporada 1970-71. Procedencia: Ex jugador de Chacarita (Argentina) quien la intercambio en 1971 durante un tour internacional que realizo el equipo en Alemania.
Erlhoff's home club was the SuS Westerholt -Bertlich, where he played in the youth. In 1966 he completed a trial at FC Schalke 04 , but changed after injury first to TSV Marl-Hüls in the Regionalliga West . After a friendly match of the TSV against the Schalke, in which he had impressed Schalke coach Fritz Langner , he received in 1967 a contract with the first team. His first Bundesliga match made the acting at that time in midfield Erlhoff on August 19, 1967 in the Glückauf fight track . He came in after a good half hour for the injured Heinz Pliska; His opponent was Günter Netzer . In the 89th minute, he delivered Friedel Rausch the template for the goal to 3: 4-final. Under coach Günter Brocker he became a regular player. After Brocker had to clear his chair, Rudi Gutendorf came as coach, with whom the "Blauen" 1969 cup final and the following year theReached the semi-finals in the European Cup. Due to differences with Gutendorf Erlhoff changed in 1970 despite running contract after 75 league missions with eight goals and five games in the European Cup to Bundesliga rivals Rot-Weiss Essen . Now primarily used in defense , he was also a regular player, but had to descend after the 1970/71 season in the Regional league. Two years later, he succeeded with the team's resurgence, and he played another two years in the top division. In the 1975/76 season he came only to a mission; in his last Bundesliga match on 13 March 1976, a 0: 5 at 1. FC Kaiserslautern , coach Ivica Horvat changed him in the 80th minute for Hartmut Huhse . For the Essenes he played 87 games in the Bundesliga, where he scored seven goals.
Shirt details: Made in Germany. Size Large 7. Number stitched in cloth material. See pictures for more details!