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Dietmar hamaan; Dietmar Hammann; Dietmar Hamman; Didi Hamann; Dietmar haman; Dietmar Johann Wolfgang Hamann
  • Manchester City]] in 2007
  • Hamann (right) as first team coach of Leicester City, alongside [[Sven-Göran Eriksson]]

Dietmar Heidemann         
Dietmar H. Heidemann; Dietmar Hermann Heidemann
Dietmar Hermann Heidemann (1967) is a German philosopher and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Luxembourg.
Peter Winkler         
Winkler, Peter
Peter Mann Winkler is a research mathematician, author of more than 125 research papers in mathematicsPublication list from Winkler's home page at Dartmouth. and patent holder in a broad range of applications, ranging from cryptography to marine navigation.
Hans Winkler         
Hans Winkler (botanist); H.K.A.Winkl.; Hans Karl Albert Winkler; Hans Karl Winkler
Hans Karl Albert Winkler (23 April 1877 – 22 November 1945) was a German botanist. He was Professor of Botany at the University of Hamburg, and a director of that university's Institute of Botany.


Dietmar Hamann

Dietmar Johann Wolfgang "Didi" Hamann (German pronunciation: [ˈdiːtmaʁ ˈhaːman]; born 27 August 1973) is a German professional football coach, former player and media personality.

Throughout his career, he has played for Bayern Munich, Newcastle United, Liverpool and Manchester City primarily in a defensive midfield position. He also spent time at Milton Keynes Dons as a player/coach before joining Leicester City as a first team coach. He was a member of the German national team from 1997 until 2006 and represented his nation in two FIFA World Cups and two UEFA European Championships, reaching the 2002 FIFA World Cup final. He is known in Ireland as a football pundit on Raidió Teilifís Éireann's live coverage of major European and International competitions.

Throughout his playing career Hamann gained a reputation for being a highly consistent and reliable player. He is highly respected by supporters of Liverpool due in large part to his involvement in the club's victory in the 2005 UEFA Champions League final.

On 5 July 2011, Hamann was named as the new manager of Stockport County, replacing former manager Ray Mathias. He resigned from the post on 7 November 2011 after only four months with Stockport struggling in 17th place in the Conference Premier citing failure of a proposed takeover by Tony Evans.