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Anthony Syhre

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Place of birth  Berlin, Germany
2007–2012  Hertha BSC
Weight  83 kg
0000–2007  SC Heiligensee
Height  1.86 m
Number  3
Role  Footballer
Playing position  Centre back
Name  Anthony Syhre

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Date of birth  (1995-03-18) 18 March 1995 (age 20)
Current team  Hertha BSC II (#40 / Defender)

Anthony Syhre (born 18 March 1995) is a German professional footballer who plays as a centre back for Würzburger Kickers in the 3. Liga.

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Club career

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Syhre started playing football with local Berlin clubs Nordberliner SC and SC Heiligensee. In 2007, he joined the youth ranks of Hertha BSC where he eventually made it into second team, playing in fourth tier Regionalliga Nordost. Remarkably, he was directly promoted from the under-17 to the second team by skipping to play for the under-19 squad.

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In early October 2012, he was for the first time close to being called up for a senior team match. However, he wasn't even chosen as a potential substitute and did not receive his first and only call for the first team until 25 March 2014, when he was an on the bench in a Bundesliga match versus Bayern Munich. In July 2015, he made the move to leave his native Berlin for 3. Liga side VfL Osnabrück signing a contract until 2017.

International career

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Syhre is currently a member of the Germany under-20 team. Previously he also played for the under-19 team, where he was part of the winning squad at the 2014 European Championships, and the under-18 and under-15 teams.

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  • UEFA Under-19 Championship: 2014
  • Individual

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  • Fritz Walter Medal 2013 in Bronze (Category U18)
  • References

    Anthony Syhre Wikipedia


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