Marc Hornschuh

Marc Horn Shoe ( * March 2, 1991 in Dortmund ) is a German football player. It is used in defense or as a six.


In the club

Marc Horn shoe began in 1994 to play football at DJK TuS granulation, before moving to Borussia Dortmund in 2002. There he went through in the following departments and youth came in the 2008/ 09 Regional - season to a first use in the second seniors team of Borussia Dortmund. He stood on the 25th match day in the starting lineup in the 2-1 away defeat against Sportfreunde Lotte and was, at the time of the Final already produced, after 72 minutes replaced by Michael Oscislawski. After that, he continued to play only for the A- juniors, but in March 2009, a contract until 2013, so that he aufrückte for 2009/ 10 in the squad for the Bundesliga team after he had been with this already in the winter break before training camp had. In the German top flight he was then repeatedly on the bench but did not play. However, he denied on August 7, 2009, his professional league debut when he was a substitute in the 0-1 second representation in Dortmund Werder Bremen II, for half-time for Nedim Hasanbegović on Matchday 3 of the third league season 2009 /10. Also in this game year but it remained his only appearance for the reserve Borussia, and he ran mainly in the U-19 league.

In the Winter 2012 Shoe Horn was awarded for one and a half years in the second division FC Ingolstadt 04, but returned for the 2012/13 season for Borussia Dortmund, where he is employed in the second team, back.

In the National Team

In addition, Marc Horn shoe was used in the German junior national teams from U -15 to U-19. In the U -17, as well as in the U- 18, he held the position of team captain. For the game at 3 and 7 September 2010, he was nominated along with his teammate Mario Götze and Lasse Sobiech for the U -21, for which he then made ​​his debut on 16 November 2010 against the Under-21 of England, when he was in of 46 minutes for Stefan Bell came off the bench.