Former World Cup hero cleaning toilets

By Drum Digital
06 October 2014

Bankrupt World Cup hero Andreas Brehme has been offered a job cleaning toilets.

Bankrupt World Cup hero Andreas Brehme has been offered a job cleaning toilets by Oliver Straube, who played under Brehme at SpVgg Unterhaching and currently owns a bathroom maintenance company.

Brehme, scored the World Cup-winning goal for West Germany in the 1990 final against Argentina. He played left back for top-level teams like Bayern Munich and Inter Milan before transitioning to a coaching career. Brehme who has been out of soccer for nearly a decade and in debt to the tune of a reported $254,000, may be spared having to add toilet cleaner to his resume thanks to German legend Franz Beckhenbauer, who called on the proud soccer nation to rally behind its fallen hero.

“We have a responsibility to help Andreas Berhme. He gave a lot to German soccer; he gave us a [World Cup] title. Now it’s time for German soccer to do something for him.”

-Source: nydailynews.com

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