Expert Talk at Halftime
with Richard Golz and Moritz Rinke
Richard Golz is the head goalkeeping coach of the Bundesliga club Hertha BSC. From 1995, he kept goal for Hamburg SV, with whom he reached the German Cup semi-final in 1988 and 1997, before he transferred to SC Freiburg in 1998. From 2006 to 2008 he was with Hannover 96, first as a player and then as goalkeeping coach to the U23s. In 2008, Golz returned to HSV, this time as co-trainer of the U23 side and later as overall head of goalkeeping coaching for the U15 – U23 squads. He moved to Berlin in the 2013/2014 season. In addition to his football career, Golz studied business administration and sport and event management.
Moritz Rinke, writer, playwright and scriptwriter, played in the German National Writer’s Team, scoring 41 goals in 42 international matches. In 1997, he received the P.E.N. Literature Award and was nominated for the Mülheimer Dramatikerpreis. In 2001, his “Republik Vineta” was elected best German-language play in the critics’ survey of the magazine “Theater Heute”. “September”, Rinke’s first work of film, in which he also appears as an actor, was screened at the 2003 International Film Festival in Cannes. His latest play, “We Love and Know Nothing” premièred at the Schauspiel Frankfurt 2012, has been performed at more than 40 stages in Germany and abroad and is being adapted for cinema.