Der Traumhüter. Die unglaubliche Geschichte eines

Der Traumhüter. Die unglaubliche Geschichte eines


Der Traumhüter. Die unglaubliche Geschichte eines Torwarts [Epub] ➛ Der Traumhüter. Die unglaubliche Geschichte eines Torwarts Author Ronald Reng – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Der Traumhter Die unglaubliche Geschichte eines Der Traumhter Die unglaubliche Geschichte eines Torwarts book Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers A controversial story abo com Der Die unglaubliche Geschichte eines ePUB Ò Traumhter Die unglaubliche Geschichte eines Die unglaubliche PDF ✓ Der Traumhter Die unglaubliche Geschichte eines Torwarts book read reviews from the world's largest community for readers A controversial story abo com Der Traumhter Die unglaubliche Der Traumhter ist ein ungemein witziges anekdotenreiches Buch das in seinem Mix aus Fuballstory und ganz persnlicher Lebensgeschichte selbst dem sportuninteressiertesten Leser die Faszination des Fuballs nahe bringt So anrhrend und kenntnisreich zugleich ist seit Fever Pitch nicht mehr ber Fuball geschrieben worden Der Traumhüter. Kindle - Length pages Enhanced Typesetting Enabled Traumhüter. Die unglaubliche Geschichte eines PDF or Page Flip Der Traumhter“ in Apple books Der Traumhter Ronald Reng Bewertungen ; € Anhren € Anhren Beschreibung des Verlags Lars Leese hat das erlebt wovon zehntausende Freizeitfuballer auf deutschen Aschenpltzen oder Schwimmbadwiesen heimlich trumen Pltzlich kommt einer und macht dich zum Profi Mit spielte Leese fr die Sportfreunde Neitersen in der Kreisliga Westerwald Mit sicherte Der Traumhter Die unglaubliche Geschichte eines Der Traumhter Die unglaubliche Geschichte eines Torwarts German Edition Traumhüter. Die unglaubliche PDF/EPUB ½ eBook Reng Ronald nl Kindle Store Selecteer uw cookievoorkeuren We gebruiken cookies en vergelijkbare tools om uw winkelervaring te verbeteren onze services aan te bieden te begrijpen hoe klanten onze services gebruiken zodat we verbeteringen kunnen aanbrengen en om advertenties weer te geven it Der Traumhter Die unglaubliche Compra Der Traumhter Die unglaubliche Geschichte eines Torwarts SPEDIZIONE GRATUITA su ordini idonei Der Traumhter Die unglaubliche Geschichte eines Der Traumhter Die unglaubliche Geschichte eines Torwarts Reng Ronald Traumhüter. Die unglaubliche Geschichte eines PDF or nl Selecteer uw cookievoorkeuren We gebruiken cookies en vergelijkbare tools om uw winkelervaring te verbeteren onze services aan te bieden te begrijpen hoe klanten onze services gebruiken zodat we verbeteringen kunnen aanbrengen en om advertenties weer te geven Der Traumhter Die unglaubliche Geschichte eines Der Traumhter Die unglaubliche Geschichte eines Torwarts es Reng Ronald Libros en idiomas extranjeros Der Traumhter Die unglaubliche Geschichte Der Traumhter ist ein ungemein witziges anekdotenreiches Buch das in seinem Mix aus Fuballstory und ganz persnlicher Lebensgeschichte selbst dem sportuninteressiertesten Leser die Faszination des Fuballs nahe bringt So anrhrend und kenntnisreich zugleich ist seit Fever Pitch nicht mehr ber Fuball geschrieben worden Der Traumhter | Eintracht Der Traumhter von Thomas Kilchenstein schlieen Ralf Fhrmann ab Sommer bei Eintracht Frankfurt im Tor hat auf seiner Karriereleiter den nchsten logischen Schritt getan Die Neue Ruhr Ronald Reng – Wikipedia Ronald Reng in Frankfurt am Main ist ein deutscher Sportjournalist und BuchautorEr schrieb unter anderem das Buch Der Traumhter das in Grobritannien als erstes auslndisches Buch mit dem Sports Book of the Year Award in der Kategorie „Biografie“ ausgezeichnet wurdeDer Traumhter erzhlt die wahre Geschichte des Fuballtorwarts Lars Leese.

  • Paperback
  • 234 pages
  • Der Traumhüter. Die unglaubliche Geschichte eines Torwarts
  • Ronald Reng
  • English
  • 10 September 2016
  • 9780224064422

About the Author: Ronald Reng

Ronald Die unglaubliche Geschichte eines ePUB Ò Reng is a German sports Die unglaubliche PDF ✓ journalist and author Of his books two have been translated to English and both of them have been honored with book awards in the UK The Keeper of Dreams the story of the German non league goalkeeper Lars Leese who ended up playing for Barnsley Football Club in the Premier League won the Sports Book of the Year Award in It was the first foreign book to ach.



8 thoughts on “Der Traumhüter. Die unglaubliche Geschichte eines Torwarts

  1. James James says:

    I had never heard of Lars Leese but even from the translated text it's Reng's account of his professional career that really makes this a worthwhile readUltimately this is a biography about a footballer who comes from non league to become a professional Reng had clearly been covering Leese's career when he moved to the Premiership in England and played his first ever professional game in his mid to late twenties Rather than a rags to riches story this is like that of a gambler who strikes lucky but only experiences wealth for a short time but this prevents it becoming too much of a fairytale in the manner of Jamie Vardy This is not necessarily a slight on Leese as it is not destructive behaviour that lets him down that he was an average keeper but no There is a considerable amount of the book devoted to his non league career and perhaps this would mean to a German reader or one aware of mid 90s football I certainly didn't recognise the idea of a non league club paying 'stars' better than expected sums of money to play for village clubs and while Reng does outline the German league structure at the start the ridiculousness of a player leaving the city to go and play for a team in the middle of nowhere didn't resonate with me but neither did Leese really explain his decision in much than matter of fact tones Though Leese is portrayed sympathetically he seemed to be uite distant and selfish after having a casual fling with a girl and getting her pregnant later his wife He wasn't that supportive during pregnancy or early childhood and this is too readily dismissed as something that 'wasn't going to happen really' without much uestioning from RengWhat really makes this book stand out however is that Leese manages to appear both an outsider and an insider in eual measure He is a third choice goalkeeper at Leverkusen and a distrusted foreigner when he moves to Barnsley so is never truly one of the lads at the clubs that feature most prominently here Leese loved the camaraderie of the team so it may be that bond at his other clubs that prevents him speaking candidly about those aside from the clubs being less well known But the air of the outsider allows him to speak freely about Premiership life particularly the boorish antics of his teammates and the willingness of women to bed footballers not for the lifestyle but just the sex The incredulity of the club's biggest joker becoming the next manager was clear as was the respect for Danny Wilson who 20 years later has had a respectable management careerLeese comes across as likeable but is not without fault When another goalkeeper takes his place in his second Barnsley season he cites his lack of professional experience true enough but this is only about 16 games fewer than Leese at this point He then proceeds to deliberately make him look bad in training ' out of boredom than anything' as though bullying can be excused if exposed to earlier tedium It is hard not to sympathise when Leese struggles to get a job afterwards however and he gives a good account of what it is to be a goalkeeper and that stretching saves should not be the yardstick to judge ability byPerhaps fellow professionals would have given this book a balanced outlook as I can only recall Danny Wilson and the Barnsley number 1 giving their opinion though Ian McMillan was an entertaining interviewee and Reng's own accounts of provincial life were illuminating even if used to it as a native And despite his imperfections I still couldn't help willing Leese to find another club

  2. Brendan Crowley Brendan Crowley says:

    Ronald Reng will be best known to English readers for ‘A Life Too Short’ his excellent and heart breaking biography of the late Robert EnkeKeeper of Dreams is his much lesser known first book first translated into English at least about the brief professional career of Lars Leese a German goalkeeper who was catapulted from lower league German football to become a Premier League goalkeeper during Barnsley’s one season in the top flightLesse looked like he had missed his chance to be a professional before at the age of 26 getting taken on as Leverkuson’s third choice goalkeeper A bit of luck and the right connection resulted in a surprise transfer to Barnsely where Lesse briefly became a starting Premier League goalie in only his second year as a proBarnsley’s year in the top flight was in 19971998 – when I was 13 and utterly obsessed with football and Championship Manager That obsession can only explain why I have vivid memories of that Barnsely team and of Lars Lesse when I can barely remember matches I watched last weekLeese was something of a celebrity in Barnsley as the town went football crazy In the book he is very candid with his opinions on British life and Reng captures the bemusement of a foreigner in a British town as Lesse and his wife come to really enjoy their lives thereKeeper of Dreams is ultimately the story of a dream temporarily lived and the frustration of coming to terms with the reality that the dream ended all too soon After eventually securing a starting spot and playing fanstically to secure a famous win at Anfield Lesse lost his place due to illness and couldn’t get back into the team due to David Wagner’s great form As Barnsley dropped to Division 1 John Hendrie took over from Danny Wilson and Lesse found his face no longer fit with Hendrie’s plans for the club Released after his second year Lesse struggled in vain to find a new club before eventually seeking normal work and stability back in GermanyReng is excellent at capturing the difficult side of life in football – the personal struggle players experience behind closed doors It is impossible to read this book now without seeing the writing of this story as part of Reng’s development as a writer and his experiences with Reng can only have helped him to so brilliantly capture the tragic story of Robert Enke in his universally admired A Life Too Short – a book I thought was just superb but am hesitating to reread and review given the sad subject matterKeeper of Dreams is a pretty uick and easy read that captures a fairly uniue football journey and an interesting and honest character in Lars Lesse Well worth picking upYou can read all of my sports book reviews at

  3. Giuliano Giuliano says:

    The story of a little known German goalkeeper who finds himself being catapulted into the professional game at a relatively mature age for a footballer I don't think there is anything really 'controversial' about his story as the title might suggest However some of the events which transpired before he turned pro are pretty remarkable and his story is a dream come true for many football fans who would give an arm to have similar experiences to Lars

  4. Johnny Lyne Johnny Lyne says:

    This book just didn't have an interesting enough hook I enjoyed the depiction of 90s Britain and 90s British football but the central character seemed a nice but slightly bland subject Some of the anecdotes were slightly shocking but I kinda felt naive for my surprise

  5. bookreader bookreader says:

    Like its subject Reng's book is a middling warm up to his subseuent superb biography of Robert Enke

  6. Sadie Sadie says:

    The career of Lars Leese a goalkepper coming from the third German division who through some twists and turns of fate suddenly played in the Premier League Nicely told by Ronald Reng and Lars himself A good entertaining read and interesting glimpse at what's going on in the world of professional footbal

  7. Marc Marc says:

    This middling exposé of a mining town gone star struck for its third rate soccer team really flounders when it tries to build a narrative around its not so interesting protagonist

  8. Steve Candy Steve Candy says:

    Witty revealing and engrossing As a fan of football but as someone who dislikes what the game has become I found this easy read to be nigh on perfect

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