Robert Huth feels the impact that Craig Shakespeare has done
It has not even been 2 months since Craig Shakespeare was selected as the official manager of Leicester City and already he is receiving praise from football figures for what the 53 year old English tactician has accomplished in the short period of time that he has spent at the helm of the Premier League club.
Craig Shakespeare took over the first team squad of Leicester City as their new manager on March 12 of 2017 and has led them to impressive victories over: Sevilla, West Ham United, Stoke City and Sunderland.
The 53 year old manager was even recognized recently for his string of positive results as he became the only English manager to win his first 4 league matches.
Robert Huth has acknowledged the impact that Shakespeare has made and even though it has been a fairly short period of time since Craig took over, Robert Huth stated that his influence is being perceived by the entire squad as the German defender said:
“We’ve had a bit of luck obviously but we’ve had a better work rate and we’ve put in the extra yard. With that, we’ve always got a good chance of scoring and keeping clean sheets. We needed to play better and be more energetic and that’s one of the first things that Craig Shakespeare did when he came over’’
‘’He upped the tempo in training and made it really intense and competitive. That’s transferred itself to the weekends and you can see that. It’s helped us win those games. It’s going to be a tough game against Everton no doubt. Both teams are in good form so it’ll be good to see who’s in the best form on the day’’ This was the statement released by Robert Huth on April 9 after his team sustained a 2-4 defeat against Everton.