| Manfred Binz|
| VfR Bockenheim|
| (1965-09-22) 22 September 1965 (age 50)|
Frankfurt, West Germany
FC Germania 1911 Enkheim
6 (Brescia Calcio / Defender)
Ralf Falkenmayer, Ralf Weber, Uwe Bindewald, Dietmar Roth, Norbert Nachtweih
Manfred Binz Wikipedia
Manfred Binz (22 September 1965 in Frankfurt) is a German former footballer who played as a defender. He is the current assistant manager of SC Hessen Dreieich.
In his active career the sweeper won the DFB-Pokal with Eintracht Frankfurt. Since the 1986–87 season Manfred Binz was the undisputed chief of the Frankfurt defence and appeared in 246 Bundesliga games in a row. Although Frankfurt was always a championship contender at the beginning of the 1990s, Binz failed to win the Bundesliga with the eagles. Finally the national cup victory was the highlight of his active career.
After being eliminated in the UEFA cup in March 1994 he fell out with manager Klaus Toppmöller, causing the slow departure of the sweeper. The situation calmed down but in 1996 he left Eintracht Frankfurt for Italian side Brescia Calcio, playing in Serie B with whom he was immediately promoted to Serie A. In the winter break 1997–98 he returned to the Bundesliga, signing at Borussia Dortmund, slowly fading his pro career.
Binz won his first cap after the World Cup 1990 in a friendly match against Portugal. He was part of the German team that finished runner-ups at UEFA Euro 1992.Bundesliga debut: 2 March 1985
1985–1996 Eintracht Frankfurt: 336 Bundesliga appearances, 26 goals
1998 Borussia Dortmund: 13 Bundesliga appearances, 0 goals (total: 349 appearances, 26 goals)
Last Bundesliga appearance: 14 August 1998
UEFA European Football Championship: runner-up 1992