Tobias Descher

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Personal Information
Full name Tobias Descher
Country  Deutschland
Position Midfielder/Forward
Best Prestation HTStar5.pngHTStar.pngHTStarHalf.png
Club Information
Current club Belgium SVV Red Star Brussels
Senior Clubs
Global Seasons Team GP (goals)
55-63 Deutschland JVA Lingen _136_(66)
63-63 Italia F.C. Ganja Team _0_(0)
63-67 Belgium SVV Red Star Brussels _21_(5)
Coach
Global Seasons Team Games
68-72 Belgium SVV Red Star Brussels _93

Tobias Descher (Lingen,  Deutschland), born Season 37) is a German football coach who actually is the coach of SVV Red Star Brussels. During his player career he was a Midfielder and Forward, and sometimes even played as an wingback.

Early career: JVA Lingen[edit]

Descher started his career as one of the original players of his local team JVA Lingen at the foundation of this team. His strong playmaking and scoring capacities, reasonable leadership and heading abilities made him an instant first-team player.


He started as a regular first team player right from the beginning of the season, and in his very first game, a competition game against Die Ownz0r, he scored no less then three times. He helped his team to conquer the third position in League IX.129, and subsequently won promotion in the playoff against Bowlingfreunde Neukölln 1993.

Descher continued to be an important player, mostly playing as a striker. After 4 seasons in 8th division, Descher and his team managed to promote to 7th. The first two seasons in League VII.737 were difficult for the team, since they had to play a playoff to remain in 7th division. Season 62 was better, the team finished 3th, and won a promotion playoff, which they subsequently lost.

The next season, JVA Lingen was more succesful, ensuring direct promotion by finishing second in the league. Descher would not participate in this promotion, as he was transferred before the end of the season, first to F.C. Ganja Team in Italy, but a few days later to SVV Red Star Brussels.

Career at SVV Red Star Brussels[edit]

Descher was transferred to SVV Red Star Brussels at the end of their first season after the refoundation, to bring experience and leadership on the midfield of the freshly refounded team. He became a regular first-team player and was set to become a coach later on.

Descher was a first-team player until the end of season 64, after which he was a subsitute in a few games per season. He however quickly became an assistent coach to then coach Marc Drexler, who he replaced at the beginning of season 68 as coach.

Coaching career[edit]

Descher became the team's coach after the first matchday of the new season 68. In his first season as trainer, he succesfully made the switch from training scoring towards passing. When the team changed its midfield in that season, introducing new youngsters in first team, ratings consequently dropped. The team struggled in their second season in division V, and become 6th. Descher managed however to win the subsequent relegation play-off, and remain in division V. The same happened in season 70, when the team switched from passing to playmaking. Again Descher kept the team in fifth division, after having to play a relegation play-off after finishing fifth. In Season 71, Descher broke the team record by winning a second place in the competition. He retired from the team at the beginning of season 73, starting as responsible for the youth team.

Matches played at SVV Red Star Brussels[edit]

League Cup Total
Season League App. Goals App. Goals App. Goals
63 VI.580 2 0 0 0 2 0
64 VI.580 13 3 1 2 14 5
65 VI.580 1 0 0 0 1 0
66 VI.580 1 0 0 0 1 0
67 V.176 0 0 3 0 3 0
Total 17 3 4 2 21 5

Personal Life[edit]

Descher lives in Schaarbeek, in the northern part of Brussels, with his long-term girlfriend Gina.


Red Star Brussels
Seasons: 39 - 40 - 41 - 42 - 43 - 44 - 45 - 46 - 47 - 48 - 49 -

50 - 51 - 52 - 53 - 63 - 64 - 65 - 66 - 67 - 68 - 69 - 70 - 71 - 72 - ...

See Also
Red Star Brussels - Lunacharsky - Rode Ster Paramaribo - Red Star Tunis