Heiko Peschke 1990
Heiko Peschke ( born September 18, 1963 in Riesa ) is a former German football player. For the Halle FC chemistry and FC Carl Zeiss Jena he played in the DDR - Oberliga, Bayer Uerdingen in the Bundesliga. and 2nd Bundesliga. With the East German national team, he played five internationals.
Youth players at Halle FC chemistry
Peschke began as a seven- year-old in the kids club BSG Stahl Riesa in his native city. From 1971 to 1977 he attended the Children's and Youth Sports School Hall and became the 1977/ 78 for Halle FC chemistry delegated. There he first played in the youth later in the youth team. In 1981 he was included in the squad of the GDR junior national team and played until 1982 ten junior international games in which he was first employed as a sweeper, and later in the midfield. In 1982, Peschke also made his debut in the GDR Oberliga. As 18 games already was eliminated in the sixth minute holder Juergen Schliebe, gave coach Juergen Koitzsch the 18 -year-olds the opportunity to prove himself in the men's area. Peschke took the chance and was used for the rest of the season as Vorstopper. He remained in this position under the new coach Klaus Urbanczyk in the big leagues 1982 season / 83. The 1.86 m wide Peschke played 25 of 26 league games and was on top with eight hits second best scorer of the HFC. Meanwhile Peschke was also included in the GDR junior national team and had already contested five junior internationals until May 1983.
Regular player at FC Carl Zeiss Jena
So he brought the conditions to prove themselves in a top club. To the beginning of the season 1983/84 and after graduating from school Peschke moved to Oberliga side FC Carl Zeiss Jena. There he initially continued his career as Vorstopper and sat down immediately as a regular player. At the same time he worked on with the junior national team, for whom he played a total of 26 international matches until 1987. Over the 1985/86 season Peschke joined FC Carl Zeiss at the Libero position he has since held at the Jenaern to 1991. He remained still score goals and scored in every season his batting.
Olympic team and A-National player
Between 1986 and 1988 Peschke belonged to the squad of football Olympic team of the GDR. He played six qualifiers for the Olympic football tournament in Seoul, scoring two goals as Libero. However, the GDR could not qualify for the Olympic tournament itself. Despite his impressive career so far Peschke came late to the GDR national team. His first senior international, he completed March 28, 1990 in a friendly DDR - USA (3:2) to his usual position as a sweeper. In the following four internationals he was as a sweeper of the party, his only international goal he scored at the A- April 11, 1990 against Egypt, when he scored the first goal in a 2-0 victory. On September 12, 1990, he was among the group of players who contested the last international match of the East German national team ( Belgium - DDR 0:2 ).
Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 in Uerdingen
His last season for FC Carl Zeiss Jena played Peschke 1990/91. It was also the last season of DDR - Oberliga while the qualifying round of the Bundesliga and 2. Peschke, now 28 years old, graduated from another 25 -point games and scored seven goals. In sixth, the Jena qualified for the 2nd Bundesliga, but Peschke left end of the season the club. After eight seasons, he had played for the Zeiss urbanites 188 league games in which he scored 45 goals. He also had been used in 27 national cup games (9 goals ) and eight European games ( without scoring ).
Peschke began in 1991/92 his career at FC Bayer 05 Uerdingen in the 2nd Bundesliga continued. In his first season he reached the Uerdingern promotion to the Bundesliga and had helped with 31 games as a midfielder. In the Bundesliga, Peschke played 25 times as a defender, but could not prevent the immediate descent. 1993/94 he was involved with 35 inserts the rise again, and this time, Bayer was able to maintain for two seasons in the Bundesliga. This Peschke could increase its Erstligakonto on a total of 67 missions and scored five goals. His last season as a professional player Peschke completed a defensive player back in the 2nd Bundesliga. It was his third second-division season in which he had come to a total of 92 games with four goals.
Then beat Peschke a career as a football coach. As early as 1991 he had acquired the diploma for sports teacher, and later he acquired the B- and A coaching license and 1998, the football coach license. The soccer teacher - training course in Köln finished as course -Best. From 1997 to 2000 he coached Anadolu Türkspor Krefeld and led the team in the national league. In early 2001 took over the dressing Heiko Peschke division VfR Neuss, but the team was unable to keep the descent. After another coach station at the 1 FC Krefeld Peschke was physical education teacher at a school in the district of Wesel and worked as a talent scout.