Robert Huth

Robert Huth

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Robert Huth

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Robert Huth (born 18 August 1984 in Berlin) is a German footballer currently playing for Stoke City. He was signed for Chelsea from the youth system of German club Union Berlin in 2001 by then Chelsea manager Claudio Ranieri. He joined Middlesbrough in 2006 and spent three years at the Riverside before joining Stoke City for £5 million in 2009. He is often referred to as "The Unstoppable Force", "The Friendly One" or "The Berlin Wall".

Club career


Huth made his debut for Chelsea at the age of 17 in the last game of the 2001–02 season, coming on as a sub at the half-time in a 3–1 defeat at the hands of Aston Villa. In August 2003 Reading tried to sign Huth on loan for the 2003–04 season but their bid was rejected by Chelsea. In the 2004–05 season injury restricted him to few appearances for The Blues.

When the 2005–06 season started, Huth's chances of becoming a first choice player at Chelsea in the near future seemed limited as John Terry, William Gallas, and Ricardo Carvalho ahead of him in the Chelsea squad. These were the preferred central defenders for Chelsea manager José Mourinho, who had succeeded Ranieri in the summer of 2004. Mourinho did, however, reject a bid for Huth from German club Bayern Munich in the summer of 2005....
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