Thomas Adler

Thomas Adler ( born January 23, 1965) is a former German football player. He was striker.


The 1965 -born Thomas Adler played from 1971 in the youth of the SpVgg Fürth and began his Seniorenkarrriere in the first team of Bayern league team, where he played until 1986. After a temporary transfer to FC Herzogenaurach, the striker was from 1988, in Blue-White 90 Berlin under contract, then second division side. For the first time in appearance Thomas Adler appeared in the season 1990/91, in which he was charged with 21 goals third top scorer in the Bundesliga 2 behind Michael Tönnies and Marcus Marin.

After this success, Adler moved to just relegated from the first division Bayer 05 Uerdingen, with him in the following season 1991/92 achieved the championship of the 2nd Bundesliga and thus the rise in the 1st Bundesliga. 1992/93 Eagle with Uerdingen played his only season in the Bundesliga 1; while he played 19 games and scored two goals. The club was relegated again in the second league.

After descending eagle moved to Fortuna Dusseldorf Oberliga, with him in 1993/94 the championship and thus promotion to the 2nd Bundesliga succeeded. In 1994 he moved to third division Tennis Borussia Berlin, in which he played until 1998. The greatest success during this time was winning the German Amateur Championship in 1998 and the rise in the 2nd Bundesliga, the TeBe in Adler's last season reached the club. The now 33 -year-old eagle changed after this season for Bayern division SC Feucht, for whom he played for two years.



He began as a player-coach for the TV Hemau and made his coaching license. Then he started as a youth coach at the 1st FC Nuremberg. In 2005, he coached the U16, U17 of the last Cluberer. After he was on leave he began 2007 with the SG Quelle Fürth and coached youth teams. At the end of the season 2009/10 Adler took over the national league team of the source shortly before the season ends, but could not prevent the descent into Bezirksoberliga Middle Franconia and coached the team after the descent continues.