Robert Huth’s part in Leicester City’s incredible title triumph was always likely to influence future generations, but he probably didn’t expect to have such a strong influence on Jon Walters’ son.
Huth and his Foxes team-mates are still coming to terms with their remarkable run of form which has seen them claim the club’s first-ever top-flight English title after 132-years of history.
Fans and followers from teams all across the world had became temporary Leicester supporters to help will Claudio Ranieri’s men over the line, and the unlikely dream became a reality earlier this week.
And one household celebrating a bit more than most would have been Stoke City forward Jon Walters.
He struck up a strong friendship with Huth during the German’s time at the Britannia Stadium, and it appears Huth left his mark on more than one member of the Walters clan:
— Jonathan walters (@JonWalters19) May 5, 2016
Huth seems pretty delighted with his new number one fans, and gave the lad some absolutely crucial advice for his budding career:
"Awesome!!! And remember son, no crying on the pitch, or wearing gloves!" https://t.co/z21rAMXvoN
— robert huth (@robert_huth) May 5, 2016
Brilliant stuff. We look forward to Waltes jr. smashing his forearm into a centre-forward in the opening match of the 2026/2027 Premier League season.
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