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Hull City Could Resurrect Didi Hamann's Career

Hull boss Phil Brown could be set to offer veteran midfielder Didi Hamann a one-year deal worth 20,000 a week.

Hamann (35) left Eastlands on 1 July 2009 after his three-year contract expired and is available on a free.

The German international believes he has at least another season left in him before he hangs up his boots and takes up a coaching role.






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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday July 3 2009

Time: 10:53AM

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I like Hamann, always have, and I thank him for what he did for us (although not last season, because I don't remember him playing). Again, another wierd point (see, Awesome Strike Force Article), Phil Brown is a strange cookie...
BlueWolfie
Hamman's finest hour in a City shirt must have been that brilliant win at Schalke last November. We only had 18 fit players but he held the team together superbly. Good luck, The Kaiser!
Johnny Baguette
I bet you any money he will be happy at Hull. He should be good for them.
Buzz Lightyear
I do hope Hamman can pick himself up a club, although i dont think he will have a problem, great feet, passing and alround general in the midfield, just to old and far too slow now for the Prem. Also gives away too many cheap fouls and cheap bookings
dopeeze
 

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