All the great players of football have shown their own ways to get success. All their roads to success are more or less similar as they emphasize hard work and concentration. The way to success is almost the same in the case of Robert Huth too as he says that hunger and will are the only weapons that can make you a champion footballer. The German center back has opened up about his career and has advised the younger players to generate a hunger for success in them to get success. He has won the English premier league thrice in his career and thus no one can ignore his advice.
The former skipper of Chelsea who played under Jose Mourinho helped his team to win Premier League titles back to back in 2004-05 and 2005-06 seasons. He was also a part of the team of Leicester City which won the English Premier League in the 2015-16 sessions. According to him, a player shouldn’t only play for money but for his hunger and will to win a trophy. The combination of these two will make a player an all-time great. The German skipper also added that during injury, when a player can’t get to the field, has to spend his time with the obsessions. Many of the players have lost their careers due to not having the correct path to guide their obsession. But if you can guide your will and hunger properly, then you will be among the greatest players.
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Ahead of the World Cup set to kick off next week, Europe top clubs have been busy in the transfer market as they look to settle their business on time.
Liverpool have released German midfielder Emre Can after his contract lapsed. There were hopes that he would renew with the club but he refused to as he ran down his contract. Anfield could have taken advantage of the situation to get cash but their hope that they would convince the player, and then Can’s injury affected the whole process. Can reportedly signed a pre contract with Juventus in January and has now agreed to a four year deal with the Turin based club. Reports in Italy say Can will earn about €5 million annually. He is set to undergo a medical next week before the clubs confirm the deal, reports say.
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