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Didi Hamann erzählt in seinem Buch über seine schwere Zeit von der Spielsucht bis hin zum übermäßigen Alkoholkonsum - frei von. Ex-Nationalspieler Didi Hamann gesteht in seiner Biografie, allein in einer Nacht bei einer Hamanns Spielsucht fokussierte sich auf Cricket. 'The Didi man' packt aus: In seiner Autobiographie enthüllt der Alkohol- und Spielsucht: Dietmar Hamann enthüllt dunkle Vergangenheit. war er noch einer unserer WM-Helden. Dietmar Hamann (38) wurde bejubelt und gefeiert. Nun gewährt der Fußball-Star tiefe Einblicke in. Nach seinem Weggang vom FC Liverpool versank Ex-Nationalspieler Dietmar Hamann im Alkohol- und Spielsumpf. Nun schrieb er eine.
Nach seinem Weggang vom FC Liverpool versank Ex-Nationalspieler Dietmar Hamann im Alkohol- und Spielsumpf. Nun schrieb er eine. The Didi man packt aus: In seiner Autobiographie enthüllt der ehemalige Nationalspieler und langjährige Premier-League-Legionär Dietmar. Was sich immer stärker ausbreitet ist die Spielsucht.«Die Zahl der Ein ehemaliger Profi, der seine Wettsucht öffentlich machte, ist Didi Hamann. Der fache.
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A very easy to read and enjoyable book from Didi. I liked the way he didn't feel the need to write it in a systematic, chronological order, which gave him the flexibility to bounce from one story to another and miss out all the guff in the middle.
I think he's been more honest than a lot of footballers have been, for example with his non-transfer to Bolton as he chose to go with Man City instead - although Bolton chairman Phil Gartside has since gone a further step to revealing what really happened!
Overall, a recommended read, especially for LFC fans. I personally love reading autobiographies written by my favorite athletes, and after reading Jamie Carragher's "Carra" i doubted any autobiography would be as good but the Didi Man was just that.
I loved how he addressed his experiences just like any fan would. The way he approached writing this book would made any fan love him more, because time and time again he mirrored our feelings and his genuine affection towards the team just made me love and appreciate him more.
Love it! Would definitely recommend it as a great read! Didn't know what I was going to get when I purchased the didi man but it turned out to be a cracking read and gave a good insight to the life of a footballer and his journey from playing on the world's greatest stage to the lower leagues.
Honest and full of humour and opinion, didi has a fall back as a writer if he doesn't make it as a manager. Wasn't as in depth as I would have liked but one of the more enjoyable Liverpool fc associated books.
Didi is one of our heroes and for that reason his book deserves a read. Some interesting insights into the inner workings of football.
One person found this helpful. Does what it says on the tin. An entertaining account of Liverpool's trials and tribulations under Houllier and Benitez, contrasted by Hamann's personal struggles after leaving Liverpool.
Hamann comes across as a funny and genuine guy. Doesn't give any deep insights into the nature of existence and man's quest for fulfillment, but it will pass a few hours if you're sat on an aeroplane or something.
Written in a very easy to read style and with a lot of wit, this book does give you a look at the life of a player at Liverpool and the other clubs he played for.
But don't expect anything too deep - no terrible secrets are unveiled nor are any skeletons let out of any cupboards.
On the whole a relaxing read which will appeal to football fans only I think. A really good read thoroughly enjoyed reading this book, not just for supporters of Liverpool.
Written in an easy and interesting manner. When Didi finally came on at half time in the Champions League Final he was one of the main reasons for the great fight back.
When he was omitted from the starting line up I could hardly believe it. In my opinion it was gross stupidity.
When it came to penalties you knew that Germans do not miss. See all reviews from the United Kingdom.
Top international reviews. Translate all reviews to English. Ein Buch wie man es sich nicht anders wünschen kann. Didi Hamann wie man ihn kennt in einer tollen englischen Art geschrieben.
Bringt auch einen tollen Einblick in das Leben in Liverpool und die englische Liga. Thank you for your feedback. Sorry, we failed to record your vote.
Please try again. Translate review to English. A poor read unless you are a Liverpool fan. Poor insight into pre and post Liverpool career.
Poor early years for German teams. Really struggled to stay involved in the story This German who found a second home in Liverpool writes his story in a fun but real way..
It is a quick one night read but I think it tells his story well. You've read the top international reviews. Unlimited One-Day Delivery and more.
There's a problem loading this menu at the moment. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Back to top. Hamann began his career at the little-known FC Wacker München.
After impressing as a junior, he joined Bayern Munich as a year-old in and debuted for the Bayern professional team in At first, Hamann was only a so-called Vertragsamateur i.
Still, he won his first German championship as a bench player. In the next season, Bayern suffered a major injury wave which claimed midfielders Matthäus, Swiss international Alain Sutter , talent Dieter Frey and veteran Markus Schupp , which allowed Hamann to become a regular; he played 30 Bundesliga games  and established himself as a valuable role player, playing either right wing or defensive midfield.
He earned himself a full professional contract and was an important player in the tumultuous —96 campaign, in which Bayern recruited striker Jürgen Klinsmann , coach Otto Rehhagel and midfielders Andreas Herzog , Thomas Strunz and Ciriaco Sforza , but the team was torn apart by heavy internal struggles.
Although Hamann was overshadowed by these new midfield recruits, he played in 20 games and provided some stability for the infighting Bayern squad.
The —97 season was to become Hamann's breakthrough. After being a bench player most of his career until then, new coach Giovanni Trappatoni made him a starting defensive midfielder, and new recruit Mario Basler took the right wing.
Hamann played in 23 games, also making his debut in the German national team and won his second German championship with Bayern.
FC Kaiserslautern for the vast majority of the season and finished second. Now an undisputed starter, Hamann played in 28 games and scored two goals.
Overcoming an early foot injury, Hamann played in 31 matches and scored five goals. Hamann established himself as an influential midfielder for Liverpool throughout his seven years at the club.
All in all, Hamann played in league games and scored eight goals. Hamann established himself as a major first team player for Liverpool throughout his first few seasons there.
Hamann played a major part in the Champions League Final win over A. Although he was suffering a broken toe during the final,  Hamann's substitution for Steve Finnan at half time was the catalyst for Liverpool's historic fightback.
The team rallied after being 3—0 down to bring the game back to 3—3 and finally won in the penalty shootout; Hamann also showed a great amount of composure and bravery, as he took and converted the first LFC penalty with his broken foot.
Earlier in the tournament, Hamann had been forced to stand in for Liverpool's key player Steven Gerrard in the first leg of the last 16 round against Bayer Leverkusen.
He excelled in the match and scored a late free-kick as Liverpool won the match 3—1. He more than played his part in another trophy win for the Reds, who were 3—2 down to West Ham United at the time he came on.
Steven Gerrard scored an injury-time leveller for Liverpool to take the match to extra-time. Liverpool would go on to win the Cup on penalties after a goalless extra-time.
Once again, Hamann scored the first penalty in the shoot-out. In June , Hamann was given permission to talk to Bolton Wanderers about a potential transfer to the North West club.
Hamann admitted that he would be saddened to leave Liverpool but would make "the best decision for my future".
Hamann actually signed a pre-contract in June , to become a Bolton Wanderers player but had a "change of heart".
However, on 28 August during Colin Murray 's morning radio show with TalkSport Bolton Wanderers chairman Phil Gartside announced that the club had never officially signed the midfielder and that the necessary papers were "just put in the draw".
A Premier League investigation found that this wasn't the case and that Bolton had indeed signed Hamann, and expressed confusion as to why Gartside had lied about it.
On 1 July , he was released by Manchester City as his contract expired. There are a couple of things in Germany and I'll make my mind up by the end of the week.
I have spoken to a couple of teams in England but that hasn't come to anything yet. Obviously, I can still sign after the deadline so maybe if teams don't get the players they want today then I will hear something".
Hamann played for Germany at under level before making his full international debut in a friendly against South Africa in November During the group stage, Hamann drifted in and out of the starting XI, finally breaking into the team when Germany gained momentum in the second round game against Mexico.
However, after a quarter-final defeat against Croatia , Germany was out of the tournament. He played in all of Germany's games at the final tournament as they exited in the first round.
Hamann was the last player to score at the old Wembley Stadium before its demolition  when he scored the winning goal in Germany's qualifier for the World Cup against England in October In the 67th minute of that match, Hamann lost the ball to opposing forward Ronaldo , who passed to Rivaldo , who shot from outside the area; goalkeeper Oliver Kahn gave a rebound, allowing Ronaldo to score and give Brazil a 1—0 lead.
The subsequent Euro turned out to be Hamann's last tournament. Again, the Euro ended with a disappointing first round exit for Germany.
A 1—2 defeat against a Czech Republic side resting its key players proved to be Hamann's penultimate international game.
After a strong performance in the Champions League final, Hamann was recalled for the Germany squad by new manager Jürgen Klinsmann. In the 2—2 draw against the Netherlands , Hamann produced a lacklustre performance, apparently convincing Klinsmann that he did not possess the required pace for that kind of level anymore.
Hamann was dropped from the squad for the subsequent friendlies. Having not been selected for the German squad in the FIFA World Cup , he decided to officially retire from international football.
Hamann resigned as Stockport County boss on 7 November , citing the failure of the proposed takeover by Tony Evans to materialise; his team were languishing in 17th place having taken only three wins from his nineteen league games in charge.
He has also appeared on Sky Sports 's football coverage as a pundit, usually when the match involves a club he has played for, most commonly Liverpool , and has also appeared regularly on LFC TV during their live pre-game and post game analysis of Liverpool home games from Anfield.
Hamann is also the European columnist for twentyfour7 Football Magazine, where he passes regular comment on the progress and state of the game on the continent.
After retiring in February and managing Stockport County in July , Hamann went back to playing football, and this time for amateur-side TuS Haltern.
He signed a contract with the club on 7 March at the age of Hamann has two daughters, Chiara and Luna. He became interested in the sport during the Ashes series.
He had been stopped by police at junction six of the M56 near his home in Styal , Cheshire , at In cooperation with Standard Chartered Bank , an institution for which he also acted as an ambassador, Hamann hosted a football clinic in Nigeria.
In , Hamann revealed the gambling problems he suffered towards the end of his career, an addiction that has been "not healthy or sustainable" and lasted for many years.
Hamann went to Australia on an extended holiday in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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