After we talk with Alexander Merkel and Mirko Slomka, two active people of football, this time introducing a famous former players from the Bundesliga. William Georg Hartwig, alias Jimmy Hartwig, played for TSV 1860 Munchen, Hamburger SV and the 1st FC Cologne, before he ended his career at the 1 FC Homburg due to a knee injury. The three-time German champions 1989 also worked as coach of the FC Augsburg, but suffered from cancer in the same year and devoted since then other things. Today, he is active as an actor and strongly committed to youth football and the testicular cancer prevention. Together with show racism the red card Germany e.V.”committed Jimmy Hartwig for 2011 for more tolerance and fair play in football and in everyday life. Several times he visited our workshops and reported on his experiences with racism and discrimination. His natural and open nature is very good at the workshop participants and Jimmy Hartwig is the perfect example of how the role of Celebrities from football sustainably can impact on young people. “Jimmy Hartwig assisted arena us also in our first workshop in Munich Allianz on 25 April 2013 and is the next contestant, the we you within the framework of our campaign our Elf against racism” would introduce. The full interview can be found as a video here: updates/hartwig/look inside!