Chelsea have made a huge impact on signing the German forward from RB Leipzig, a young man who worked with his father for the opportunity
Timo Werner has always been a young man in a hurry.
He joined Chelsea for £47.5 million ($59 million) fee and has a reputation as one of the coming forces in the world in the shock position.
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‘Turbo Timo’, as it has been dubbed, so rushing on the German scene with hometown club VFB Stuttgartknown for his speed and his unerring finishing ability.
The gifts that he inherited from his father, Gunther Shu, who also played as a striker, although at a lower level in Stuttgart, Kickers.
Upon his retirement, Gunter went on to become a successful coach in the Amateur game, working with the IMA Steinhaldenfeld-oriented community groups in the North-East of Stuttgart.
“Schuh was a pretty good player, semi-professional,” Michael bulling, IMA head of football, told Goal. “He was a coach in our club and it was the most successful time in the history of our club.
“We won the League and got promoted. He returned 10 years later when we were relegated, we got promoted. He has always been associated with our club.
“For Timo, his father was the most important thing in his football life. It was his father who pushed him, not our little club. It’s his father who played with him every day, which took him to Stuttgart.
“We knew from the beginning that he was a special player, but it was hard to know how good he will become. The club is very proud of him. He always played with his father.”
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“We saw that he could shoot with both feet and he shot like he was five years older, in terms of power. He was also always very fast,” said bulling.
“In our senior matches, while his father coached, he ran around the field 10 times to work on his speed.
“He was always asking my dad how fast he was, like his father was to him. He always had a ball with it too. Here’s what I remember about him.
“He was an outgoing personality. He was open to all, and his teammates loved him. His father was the most important person in it, making it in the sport, that’s for sure”.
Next to him is about 100 yards of rope of Stuttgart during the games, male, Werner used to do additional training in a mountainous landscape around his home in the district of bad Cannstatt.
He quickly outgrew the IMA and coaches Marcus Simon Bernd Fisel gave it to the city’s biggest club, Stuttgart, when he was aged just eight, having trained with both clubs for some time.
On the WSE, Werner blossomed. Ahead of his senior debut, he scored 24 goals for die Roten under-19S in the 2012-13 campaign and won the gold medal of the Fritz-Walter – annual prize, awarded the German football Association for the outstanding young players in the category up to 17 years.
Werner made his debut in Stuttgart in 17 years, four months and 25 days, beating the club record for the youngest debutant in Europa League qualifier from Botev – a game that ended 1-1.
Current Vissel Kobe and former Stuttgart defender Sakai Gotoku was struck by the influence of Werner at such a young age.
“Even at 17, you’ve seen it quality, speed, dribbling and shooting technique,” Sakai delighted. “It was clear; you could see that he was very good on the ball, from the point of view of running at opponents in a one-against-one.
“I recently watched Chelsea against Crystal Palace. I saw Chelsea already have great players like Christian Pulisic with his speed forward, Olivier Giroud can do to keep the ball and play as a striker, so it’s great that they have Timo, who can use the space for the Fat.
“There is also Mason mount, which has a lot of speed in the game. When you have Timo Werner and Pulisic together, they would do the running back and drive the team forward. I think it will be very good for them.”
Werner is now on vacation, but he’s officially a Chelsea player. He said Lampard, through the efforts of translation Petr Cech, along with Germany and former teammate Stuttgart’s Antonio rüdiger before agreeing transition at Stamford bridge.
In conversation with Werner, they have felt the influence from his mother Sabina, from whom he takes his name. She also played a leading role Werner, forcing him to complete his training, despite it is not a requirement in the German football.
Werner, however, always tried to take a quick path to popularity, which is why he decided to move to Chelsea in July and not playing for RB Leipzig Champions League in the next month.
So, do not be surprised if ‘Turbo Tim begins to act as soon as next season starts.
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