Millwallboss Gary Rowetthas hailed the passing ability of former England international Tom Huddlestone. Ex-Derby County manager Rowett spoke to News At Den about Tom Huddlestone whom he described as the best passer of the ball he has worked with. Huddlestone played under Rowettwhile he was the Derby County boss.
Rowett has done a good job as the Millwall manager. He guided the London team to a top-half finish at the end of the latest English Championship campaign. The former Derby County manager has guided Millwall to two successive top-half finishes in the second tier of club football in England.
Former Tottenham Hotspur, Derby County and Hull City midfielder Tom Huddlestonehas targeted a new club in time for the new season which starts in two months time. Tom Huddlestone talked about his intention to get a new club ahead of the new season while he was on the ‘trackandballpodcast’.
Tom Huddlestone has been without a club since last summer and the England international midfielder says that it has been a long and frustrating year for him with the pandemic as well as his inability to find a new team on the back of his exit from Derby County at the end of last season. Read More
Tom Huddlestoneturned out for England at various youth levels before he was called into the senior team. The ex-Derby County and Tottenham Hotspur footballer had played for the u-16, u-17, u-19, u-20 and u-21 England teams before playing for the Three Lions of England.
Italian tactician Fabio Capello gave Tom Huddlestone his first cap for the Three Lions. He was initially called to the England senior national team camp for the first time in May 2008 ahead of the international friendly games with the United States of America and Trinidad & Tobago. Read More
Ex-Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Tom Huddlestone is certain that manager Jose Mourinho will bring success to the North London club despite the recent poor run in the Premier League. Tom Huddlestone is sure that Jose Mourinho would be a success as the Tottenham Hotspur boss as he believed that the Portuguese tactician has found his mojo back in North London.
Jose Mourinho was written off as a top manager by a lot of football stakeholders especially after his ill-fated spell as the Manchester United manager. Mourinho was sacked as the Manchester United boss at the end of 2018 and replaced by current manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Tom Huddlestonespoke about Jose Mourinho and his former club while he was on Sky Sports two weeks ago. He was on The Football Show to talk about Spurs, Jose Mourinho and their recent form in the league. Read More
Hull City fans want Tom Huddlestone to return to the club according to the polls from fans on the Hull Live Facebook page. The fans want the 33-year-old midfielder to return to the KCOM Stadium on a free transfer to boost their promotion push from League One, which is the third tier of English football. Hull City are in League One after the Tigers suffered relegation from the English Championship at the end of last season.
Tom Huddlestonehas been without a club since leaving Derby County at the end of the last campaign. He left the Rams at the end of last season after his contract expired. The midfielder announced took to his Instagram account to announce that he has left Pride Park at the end of the 2019/20 campaign. Read More
It is a very common incident that players hide their injuries and play for the clubs to earn money.But at times this makes this leads them to the most awkward position where they get unable to play for their country when it is needed. The Tottenham Hotspur midfielder clears his view about this and has asked his co-players not to do this. In an interview, he said that Harry Kane will not like to see his country in trouble for him. As per Tom Huddlestone, many of the players hide the fact that they are not 100% fit to get to the field and play for the team. But still, they play the matches and in the most crucial times, their injuries stop them to perform at their top level for the team.
The club vs. country controversy is very old in the football arena. Since the clubs pay the players with huge amounts than that of their national teams, there is a common tendency in some of the players to play safe when they are playing for the national team. On the other hand, they put the best of their efforts for the clubs. The same fact has made Jose Mourinho disappointed that despite not being 100% fit, Kane may have a place in the first 11 of his team against Denmark. Since Kane is one of the star recruits of the Tottenham Hotspurs, the supporters will never like to see their favorite player to play with an injury.
Tottenham Hotspur manager, Jose Mourinho has pledged to give teenage striker Troy Parrot more playing time in order to keep him in Tottenham for the long term.
The teenage sensation who has two years left on his contract, made his premier League debut in the 5-0 home win over Burnley in December. Mourinho gave the match ball to Parrot after the game, stating that the ball will have a bigger meaning to a player who last is still playing in the UEFA youth League. Read More
Paris St-Germain are set to increase the salary of superstar player Neymar in a bid to retain his services, per reports. With Barcelona being realistic with their financial situation as admitted publicly by Coach Setien, it is becoming more likely that the Neymar return to the Camp Nou will not happen this summer.
The French giants are hoping to use this opportunity to tie down the Brazilian star long term. They are planning a 33 million pounds deal to persuade the player to remain – meaning a whopping 640,000 pounds a week deal until 2025. Read More
Christian Eriksen was thrown into Inter Milan’s last game despite arriving Italy few days earlier. Antonio Conte says his plan was to allow the Denmark international have some rest but the lack of personnel in the squad forced him to introduce the Viking earlier than expected.
It will take till the end of the season to know if Eriksen made the right move or not. Read More
After courting Arsenal’s job for over a year, Unai Emery’s performance at the Emirates this season has seen a lot of people including Tom Huddlestone calling his capability to successfully lead the Gunners in the post-Wenger era.
Since this season, Emery is discovering that the true test of any man lies in how well he comes out of a difficult situation. The pressure is mounting and every Gunner outing is looking like a chance at crucifixion. Read More