Martin Harnik

Team Werder Bremen Werder Bremen
Position Forward
Height / weight 1.85 m / 75 kg
Born Jun 10, 1987
Nationality Austria Austria
Team History
Hamburger SV Hamburger 2019 - present (loan)
Werder Bremen Werder Bremen 2018 - present
Hannover 96 Hannover 96 2016 - 2018
VfB Stuttgart VfB Stuttgart 2010 - 2016
Fortuna Düsseldorf Fortunen 2009 - 2010 (loan)
Werder Bremen Werder Bremen 2007 - 2010
Werder Bremen Werder Bremen 2006 - 2009
SC Vier-und Marschlande 2005 - 2006
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Martin Harnik is an Austrian international football player who currently features for the German Bundesliga club Werder Bremen. He is a versatile footballer who can play as a striker, a midfielder and as a winger.

Martin Harnik was born in Hamburg to a German mother and an Austrian father and joined Werder Bremen in early 2006. Initially he played for the club’s B team in the third tier Regionalliga. He was promoted to the Bremen first team at the start of the 2007-2008 season and made his debut against Dinamo Zagreb on August 15, 2007 in a UEFA Champions League qualifier.

Harnik made his German Bundesliga debut against Nuremburg in Aigust 2007 and scored the winning goal in that match in spite of coming on as a substitute.

Martin Harnik made his international debut for Austria against the Czech Republic on August 22,2007 and scored on his debut. He played for his nation at the Euro 2008 finals.

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  • Profile image 46x46 Steven - about 6 years ago

    I would say that we are interestingly sitntarg to run into the mature soccer nation problem of not being able to get all our pros released, eg, Morales for the U23s. Whereas before we might be able to get most of the players easily from college teams and MLS, we now have enough players spread around where it's harder to get them all into camp with every team's approval. So the era of lengthy pre-quali residencies or camps is probably done and we now need the ability to cajole teams player by player into releases.It's interesting because it's a more serious, professional pool but it may be harder to get results from it.

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  • Profile image 46x46 Lynda - almost 9 years ago

    That's going to make tihgns a lot easier from here on out.

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