The Didi Man

The Didi Man PDF Epub Author Dietmar Hamann Dietmar Didi Hamann Is A Complete One Off The Foreigner With A Scouse Accent The German Who Now Plays Cricket For His Local Village Team The Overseas Footballer Turned Anglophile Who Fell Deeply In Love With The City Of Liverpool, Its People And Its Eponymous Football Club.The Classy Midfielder Had A Long And Distinguished Playing Career, But It Was His Seven Seasons At Anfield That Marked Him Out Forever As A True Liverpool Legend His Cult Status Was Secured When He Came Off The Bench At Half Time During The 2005 Champions League Final In Istanbul To Inspire His Team To A Dramatic Come Back And Spectacular European Glory The Didi Man Is Hamann S Warm, Personal And Highly Entertaining Story Of His Time On Merseyside At A Football Club Which Will Always Have A Very Special Place In His Heart.The Didi Man

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  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • The Didi Man
  • Dietmar Hamann
  • English
  • 11 March 2018
  • 9780755362813

10 thoughts on “The Didi Man

  1. says:

    For the older generation, most would remember where they were the day JFK died For the football fan, in particular of Liverpool Football Club, most would remember where they were or what they were doing on the night of 25 May 2005 For fans in South East Asia in general and Malaysia in particular, that would be the wee hours of the morning on 26 May.I was sat on my couch in front of the TV as the hour approached 5 a.m or thereabouts, mentally exhausted and somewhat dumbfounded, having just witnessed one of the greatest if not THE greatest comebacks of all time in world football Liverpool s win over AC Milan in the 2005 Champions League Final.One of the reasons that win would forever be etched in the memories of LFC fans as well as fans of football in general is the introduction at half time of the man who wrote this book Didi Hamann is a German Scouser, if ever there was one, a German by birth but a Scouser at heart Liverpool through and through Didi s account of what happened behind the scenes at Ataturk Stadium in Istanbul on that fateful night, befo...

  2. says:

    This is a love letter for LFC fans around the universe A well respected footballer, whose love for Liverpool is unquestioned but you can count on him to be the most neutral pundit you can ever have I wanted to write a better book review, but again I lost words for D...

  3. says:

    3 5 stars It s OK There s no earth shattering revelations but it s interesting to read Hamann s views on some of the events and people that I remember, especially when compared to other players recollections fr...

  4. says:

    If you are a LFC fan and have seen Didi play, then this book is a must read.

  5. says:

    Entertains in parts, but not particularly revealing.

  6. says:

    Like most of these sort of books, unless you are a fan of the player or team they spent most of their career playing for, this won t resonate and will unlikely be of interest In my case, I m a Liverpool fan and Didi Hamann was a stalwart of Liverpool s midfield in the late noughties early 2000 s, hence why I thought this might be worth a look.It s a short and sweet reminiencence of his playing career in the Premier League, the majority of it spent with Liverpool It s not all that insightful in terms of the dressing room goings on between the players, which is perhaps a little bit of a let down given he was seemingly very much one of the lads and one of the key characters in what was a very talented but inconsistently acheiving sides I would have liked to have seen a little insight into the likes Robbie Fowler, Sami Hypia, Stevie Gerrard, who were very much part of the furniture during Hamann s time at Anfield There are plenty of juicy spice boy tabloidesque stories h...

  7. says:

    He is no literary genius but Dietmar Hamann reveals the vulnerability of the privileged whilst also helping Reds and general football fans relive the great times when Liverpool were winning trophies and friends again.Who would have thought a German would be smitten by cricket, and fall in love with Britain and its people sco...

  8. says:

    The book had some nice little stories about his career at Liverpool and some of the antics that he got up to But the book feels like an extended interview, with a lot of vague references and no real chronology to the chapters, it feels like it could have been so much...

  9. says:

    I love the team, I love the player This is a difficult one to read without wearing a smile throughout I loved the chapters on The Cultural Attache to Bootle and obviously the Istanbul chapter It s a v...

  10. says:

    Didi is obviously a different footballer than the typical british players Intelligent and funny, this is a hugely enjoyable read, one that debunks the sort of straight laced we expect of Germans Touching how he has framed his days at ...

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