TV expert Didi Hamann and his three opinions about Julian Nagelsmann
One “Didi”, three different opinions: football observer and TV expert Dietmar Hamann
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Who am I, and if so, how many? Football expert Dietmar Hamann shows that he has many opinions, but not all answers.
Auh who Richard David Precht For a philosophical chatterbox with sometimes crude views, he has to give him credit: The book title that made him famous (“Who am I – and if so, how many?”) is grandiose and apt.
Let’s take Dietmar “Didi” Hamann. Part one of the question (“Who am I?”) is easy to answer: formerly a soccer player, now a soccer watcher. Part two is trickier: Does Hamann know how many he is? Our estimate: around two to three, based on the opinions on the separation of FC Bayern from Julian Nagelsmann, which the Didis represented within a few days.
First: “After the two convincing Paris games, I would have thought that at least the coach would be given the chance to move into the semi-finals against City.” Second: “The coach was given enough chances.” Third : “Many say that he is being deprived of his chance to win three titles” – “I have no sympathy for me”.
It’s a win-win situation for the Hamanns (Hamann?): Something’s going well. Let’s say it with Precht: “Football is actually unimportant, but psychologically it is incredibly important.”