Monthly Archives: September 2011

Lahm’s Interview on HR2-Kultur Radio: A Brief Overview

With everything that takes most of my time these days, I find it difficult to resist the urge to just drop my routine and, instead, simply write about Lahm. It seems to me almost impossible to be somewhere in between. That is to say that I find it hard to not be one hundred percent […]

Bayern vs. Bayer Leverkusen

Congratulations to Bayern on winning 3:0! I was really inspired to eat some cream puffs afterwards *grin* Overall, I thought it was a quiet game for Lahm, but that does not mean it was bad. He simply did what was necessary. No more, no less. I would say that the bulk of his work happened […]

Lahm At the Volkstheater: Postponed

An announcement: the date for Philipp’s presentation of the book has been postponed. The new date will be announced in due time. Merkur-online.de explains: The reason for cancellation, according to the publisher Doris Kunstmann, is “a short interval” between the match against Bayer in the Bundesliga on Saturday and the one against Manchester City in […]

Lahm At Volkstheater

This post is most likely going to be as much about Lahm at the Volkstheater as it is going to be about me complaining that I do not live in Munich. On Philipp’s official website, it says that he will be presenting his book to the public at the Volkstheater in Munich this Sunday, September […]

Lahm And His Upcoming Radio Interview

So, today I came across some kind of press release for the media that talks about Lahm’s upcoming appearance on HR2-Kultur (radio). Just a friendly reminder: it is meant for the media, and the press release is not even complete. Obviously, I have not heard the interview yet, so I cannot tell in what context/how/why […]

FC Schalke 04 vs. Bayern

Alright. I admit it. I was nervous. Sometimes I think that my nervousness can somehow transmit right through my computer screen and to the players. That is why I prefer to stay calm. (If I manage to do it, that is.) So, it is hard to say who became agitated first yesterday, the players or […]

Quote Of The Day

All professional football players are addicted to success. (my translation) ~ Philipp Lahm, Der feine Unterschied