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Back to top Home News U. Trautmann refused an offer of repatriation , and following his release in , settled in Lancashire, combining farm work with playing goalkeeper for a local football team, St Helens Town. Performances for St Helens gained Trautmann a reputation as an outstanding goalkeeper, resulting in interest from Football League clubs.
In October , he signed for Manchester City , a club playing in the country's highest level of football, the First Division. The club's decision to sign a former Axis paratrooper sparked protests and 20, people attended a demonstration. Over time, he gained acceptance through his performances in the City goal, playing in all but five of the club's next matches.
With 17 minutes of the match remaining, Trautmann suffered a serious injury while diving at the feet of Birmingham City 's Peter Murphy. Despite his injury, he continued to play, making crucial saves to preserve his team's 3—1 lead. His neck was noticeably crooked as he collected his winner's medal; three days later an X-ray revealed it to be broken.
Trautmann played for Manchester City until , making appearances. After his playing career, he moved into management, first with lower-division sides in England and Germany, and later as part of a German Football Association development scheme that took him to several countries, including Burma, Tanzania and Pakistan.
Trautmann died at home near Valencia , Spain, on 19 July , aged Trautmann was born on 22 October in Walle, a working class area in west Bremen , living with his father, who worked in a fertiliser factory by the docks, and his mother Frieda. In August , he joined a new organisation, the Jungvolk , the junior section of the Hitler Youth. Trautmann joined the Luftwaffe as a radio operator in One such practical joke involving a car backfired on Trautmann, resulting in a staff sergeant burning his arms. Trautmann was court-martialled , and received a three-month prison sentence.
At the start of his confinement, Trautmann came down with acute appendicitis , and spent the remainder of his sentence in a military hospital. In October , he rejoined the 35th Infantry Division [ citation needed ] at Dnepropetrovsk , Ukraine , where the German advance had halted.
Over-winter hit-and-run attacks on Soviet Army supply routes were the unit's main focus and in spring, Trautmann was promoted to Unteroffizier corporal. Gains were made in , but the Soviet counter-offensive hit Trautmann's unit hard, and by the time it was withdrawn from the Eastern Front , only of the original 1, men remained. Promoted to Feldwebel sergeant , Trautmann was part of a unit formed from the remnants of several others that had been decimated in the east, and moved to France to guard against an expected Allied invasion of France.
In , he was one of the few survivors of the Allied bombing of Kleve ,  and decided to head home to Bremen.
However, a few days later, he was captured in a barn by two Allied soldiers. Deciding that Trautmann had no useful intelligence to give them, the soldiers marched him out of the barn with his hands raised. After evading his captors, he jumped over a fence, only to land at the feet of a British soldier , who greeted him with the words "Hello Fritz, fancy a cup of tea? He was imprisoned near Ostend , Belgium, then transferred to a transit camp in Essex , where he was interrogated.
As a volunteer soldier who had been subject to indoctrination from a young age, he was classified a category "C" prisoner by the authorities, meaning he was regarded as a Nazi. He was soon downgraded to non-Nazi "B" status,  after which he was taken to Fort Crosby in Hightown near Liverpool where he stayed for a short while working on local farms and mixing with the locals, from here he was sent to PoW Camp 50 now Byrchall High School in Ashton-in-Makerfield in Lancashire between St Helens and Wigan , where he stayed until Football matches were regularly held at the camp, in which Trautmann played outfield.
However, in a match against amateur team Haydock Park , Trautmann was injured while playing centre-half.
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With closure of the PoW camp imminent, Trautmann declined an offer of repatriation and stayed in England,  working on a farm in Milnthorpe then subsequently working on bomb disposal in Huyton. In August , he started playing amateur football for the non-league Liverpool County Combination club St Helens Town , through which he met the club secretary's daughter, Margaret Friar, whom he later married.
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Performances for St Helens gained Trautmann a reputation as an able goalkeeper, resulting in interest from Football League clubs. As the following season commenced, a number of League clubs showed interest in signing him. The first to offer him a contract was Manchester City , a club playing in the highest level of football in the country, the First Division. On 7 October Trautmann signed for the club as an amateur and turned professional shortly after.
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Some Manchester City fans were unhappy about signing a former member of the Luftwaffe. Season ticket holders threatened a boycott , and various groups in Manchester and around the country bombarded the club with protest letters. In addition to this difficulty, Trautmann was replacing the recently retired Frank Swift , one of the greatest keepers in the club's history. City's match against Fulham in January was Trautmann's first visit to London.
The match received widespread media attention, as most of the British press were based there; several leading sportswriters watched Trautmann in action for the first time. The damage caused to the city by the Luftwaffe meant former paratrooper Trautmann was a target of hatred for the crowd, who yelled "Kraut" and "Nazi". At the final whistle, Trautmann received a standing ovation,  and was applauded off the pitch by both sets of players.
In the mids, the Manchester City manager Les McDowall introduced a new tactical system using a deep-lying centre-forward, which became known as the Revie Plan after Don Revie who played centre-forward. For goalkeepers of Trautmann's era, it was usual to kick the ball as far as possible downfield after making a save. By contrast, Trautmann, influenced by the Hungarian goalkeeper Gyula Grosics , sought to start attacks by throwing the ball to a wing-half, typically Ken Barnes or John McTavish.
The wing-half then passed to Revie to develop the attack. Manchester City had a strong season in —56 , finishing fourth in the league and reached the FA Cup final against Birmingham City. Trautmann, one of the team's most prominent performers, won the FWA Footballer of the Year Award shortly before the match,  the first goalkeeper to win the award. Two days later, Trautmann stepped out onto the Wembley pitch for the match that would gain him worldwide acclaim. During the previous final, nerves had contributed to the opposition scoring an early goal, but the City team was more settled on this occasion.
Under the influence of Don Revie who was outstanding on the day,  City scored an early goal, a left-footed strike by Joe Hayes. The match remained level until midway through the second half, when Jack Dyson and Bobby Johnstone scored two goals in as many minutes to give Manchester City a 3—1 lead. Birmingham attacked strongly in the next ten minutes. In the 75th minute, Trautmann, diving at an incoming ball, was knocked out in a collision with Birmingham's Peter Murphy in which he was hit in the neck by Murphy's right knee. No substitutes were permitted in those days, so Trautmann, dazed and unsteady on his feet, carried on.
Manchester City held on for the victory, and Trautmann was the hero because of his spectacular saves in the last minutes of the match. Trautmann admitted later that he had spent the last part of the match "in a kind of fog". His neck continued to cause him pain, and Prince Philip commented on its crooked state as he gave Trautmann his winner's medal. As the pain did not recede, the following day he went to St George's Hospital , where he was told he merely had a crick in his neck which would go away. An X-ray revealed he had dislocated five vertebrae , the second of which was cracked in two.
Trautmann's convalescence took several months, resulting in him missing a large part of the —57 season. Jack Savage deputised during his absence. He was restored to the first team on 15 December for a match against Wolverhampton Wanderers , but conceded three goals. He struggled to regain his form in the remainder of the season, leading to calls from some fans and media for him to retire.
Others criticised the club, believing that Trautmann had been forced to play while still not fully recovered from injury.
The —58 season was an unusual one for Manchester City, which became the only English team both to score and to concede goals in a season. On 15 April , he ended his career with a testimonial in front of a crowd officially numbered at 47,,  though the true figure was estimated to be closer to 60, Though recognised as one of the leading goalkeepers of his era, he never played for his native country.
Trautmann met with the German national coach, Sepp Herberger , in , who explained that travel and political implications prevented him from selecting a player who was not readily available, and that he could only consider including Trautmann if he were playing in a German league. Trautmann's only experience of international football came in , when the Football League decided to include non-English players in the Football League representative team for the first time.
After a couple of months pondering his future career plans, he received a telephone call from the Stockport County chairman, Victor Bernard, who offered him the position of general manager. Stockport was a struggling lower league club with a small budget, and Trautmann's appointment was an attempt to improve its image. Many people in the local area supported one of the two Manchester clubs, so to stimulate interest Trautmann and Bernard decided to move matches to Friday evenings, when neither Manchester club would be playing.
Trautmann resigned in following a disagreement with Bernard. The German Football Association then sent him as a development worker to countries without national football structures. His first posting was in Myanmar Burma , where he spent two years as the national coach, qualifying for the Olympics in , and winning the President's Cup, a tournament contested by south-east Asian countries, later that year. The Manchester United manager Matt Busby mentioned Trautmann's anticipation in his pre-match team talks: "Don't stop to think where you're going to hit it with Trautmann.
Hit it first and think afterwards. If you look up and work it out he will read your thoughts and stop it. Trautmann found it difficult to accept criticism, and allowed only close friends to suggest changes to his game. He occasionally dwelt on mistakes to the detriment of his concentration, a tendency his friend Stan Wilson called "picking at daisies". Over the course of his career, Trautmann received many plaudits from leading football figures. The Russian goalkeeper Lev Yashin , himself considered one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time, believed that Trautmann and himself were the "only Trautmann's idiosyncratic style of play also had an influence on budding young goalkeepers at the height of his career.
The former Arsenal goalkeeper Bob Wilson names Trautmann as his boyhood hero,  and Gordon Banks cited him as an influence on his playing style.
Media outlets have since recognised Trautmann's reputation, with Trautmann placed unofficially as the 19th greatest goalkeeper of all-time by the Daily Mail. The following night, at a concert given by the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, he met the Queen. I remember you", she said. Trautmann married a St Helens woman, Margaret Friar, in , but they divorced in The couple had three children, John, Mark and Stephen.
John, his firstborn son, was killed in a car accident a few months after the FA Cup Final in , aged five.