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Monday, May 28, 2007

didi hamann bridge



This is the Didi Hamann Bridge. It was named after Dietmar Hamann who was the last player to score a goal in old Wembley during the World Cup Qualifiers game German - England in 2000.

This photo is linked on the Daily London Map.

6 Comments:

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28/05/07 12:40

 
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28/05/07 13:29

 
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Anonymous kevin said...

Heißt die Brücke nicht "Didi Hamann Bridge"? Zwar hat Didi die Abstimmung gewonnen, aber bitte, wie verrückt wäre es, wenn die Engländer die Brücke ihres heiligen Stadions nach einem Deutschen Fußballer benennen würden??? Zwar ist er sowas wie ein Held (--> Ermüdungsbruch im Chmapions League Finale 2005), aber das ging doch so weit! :)

01/08/07 15:43

 
Blogger www.brandkraft.de said...

Where are the pics?

15/08/08 15:42

 
Blogger Stephen Chapman... said...

Great pic - I didnt know that Wembley had a bridge named after a non-Englishman!

24/11/09 19:09

 

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