Retired German defender Robert Huth was not thrilled with the idea of playing under Claudio Ranieri again having featured for him during his time at Chelsea. In the end, Robert Huth was able to win an unlikely Premier League title under Ranieri.
German player Robert Huth won’t have envisaged that he would leave Leicester City as a Premier League title winner again when he joined the club from Stoke City. Robert Huth initially signed for the Foxes on loan in February 2015 before the move was turned into a permanent deal that summer.
Former Premier League defender Robert Huth has heavily criticised one of the big money signings at Chelsea. German international Kai Havertz was the most expensive acquisition made by Chelsea last summer but the player has not lived up to expectations in his short time at Stamford Bridge and his performances for the Blues have drawn criticisms from compatriot Robert Huth who also played for Chelsea before he retired from football. Robert Huth slammed Kai Havertz for his poor form as a Chelsea player in an exclusive interview with Stadium Astro.
Former Leicester City’s German defender Robert Huth was recently in an interview where he revealed the driving force behind his former club inching the league title when no one expected them to, singling out Arsenal’s annoying celebrations, Tottenham’s arrogance, and how he became a true leader guiding the 2016-16 team to their title triumph.
The former football player who is now retired explained how much fascination exploded under the former boss Claudio Ranieri and how the Italian coach motivated them to clinch their first Premier League title.
The former center half player Robert Huth will now start his coaching career. The manager Stefan Kuntz has appointed him in order to train the country’s most talented players. He has been made the defensive expert.
The former Stoke City player had earlier stated that he did not want to be around football. He wasn’t paying attention to the games happening lately and felt quite fed up with football. After an injury, he decided to leave Stokes and the game for good. He commented on the importance of the sport in his life by saying that until he was playing the game, football was everything for him.
When there is a talk on hardman footballers, the same old names come around. A few might fancy a tangle with Stuart Pearce or Patrick Vieira while Vinnie Jones commences his career on Hollywood acting on the back of his image of a tough-guy. And, now there is another name to throw in, after the claim, the Robert Huth brushed off a cruel nightclub attack with the kind of panache one of a film character of Jones that could only be dreamt.
Footballer Jon Walters played alongside Huth the German center-back at Stoke for five years and this pair hit the town together often. However, the pair received more than what they bargained at a Christmas bash. This was the time when Huth set upon by angry thug.
Jose Mourinho, the former manager of Manchester United had two turns with London Club. There he went on to mean 3 titles in the FA Cup and the Premier League. The Portuguese boss had been sacked in both these occasions, every time following 3 seasons in capital. However, the fifty-six-year-old had been associated with Premier League return at the Newcastle. Jose Mourinho is popular for his brutal management style and Paul Pogba had been privy to this.
Maurizio Sarri has been able to stem the tide at Stamford Bridge with the Italian on the brink some few months ago. Chelsea has been able to enjoy some stability since his switch to a more defensive 4-2-3-1 formation in recent matches.
Robert Huth, the former defender of Leicester City and Chelsea says that he has now retired from the game of football and will not be playing anymore.
Robert Huth was not impressed at all with the way the South Korean player Son Heung-Min acted to convince the referee that there was a foul made on him and ended up being awarded a penalty for that. The incident took place in the recent game between Tottenham and Arsenal when Son fell in the penalty area and seemed to be in quite a bit of pain which prompted the referee to make a decision in his favor.
According to Huth, it was pretty deliberate on Son’s part to exaggerate the situation like that and pretend as if it was paining, while that wasn’t the case. That penalty got converted as Harry Kane found the back of the net to give the Spurs a lead of 2-1. It seemed to be a very crucial moment in the game at that stage, but it didn’t prove to be the game defining moment at the end as the Gunners were able to equalize early in the second half and then went on to score two more goals to not only emerge victorious in the game, but also leave Tottenham behind in the Premiership standings.