Ex-Chelsea talent had ’s*** feeling’ when boss dumped him over his toilet time

Former Chelsea talent Miro Muheim has revealed he had a "s*** feeling" when his current manager dumped him over time spent on the toilet.

The Swiss full-back spent four years with Chelsea after joining from FC Zurich in 2014 but failed to make a single first team appearance before leaving for St. Gallen. Now aged 24, Muheim joined German second tier side Hamburg earlier this summer but was dropped for their home win over Fortuna Dusseldorf on Saturday.

Muheim has now revealed that manager Tim Walter left him out after he arrived late for training last week due to spending too long on the toilet.

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He revealed, via The Sun: "I arrived late at the training ground as I had been on the toilet and simply forgotten the time. The manager told me straight away after my late arrival that I would not be starting the game.

"I accepted it, as I had made a mistake – but it was a s**t feeling all the same. I have learned my lesson. I won't turn up late any more. This was a one-off which won't happen again. I was ashamed."

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Despite being left out of the starting line-up, Muheim was substituted on in the second half, replacing Tim Leibold in the 66th minute.

Hamburg were already a goal ahead by this point thanks to former Cardiff City striker Robert Glatzel's first half opener, before Bakery Jatta added a second in stoppage time.

The one-time European Cup winners are currently top of the 2. Bundesliga after winning seven of their opening nine matches, two points clear of second place Paderborn. Hamburg are aiming to return to the top flight for the first time since 2018 this season.

Muheim was a part of their squad last season before making his loan from St. Gallen permanent back in July for £1.35million. He has since appeared in every match so far this season, providing one assist.

The 24-year-old is also a former Swiss youth international and was a member of the side which beat England 1-0 at last year's under-21 European Championships in Hungary and Slovenia.


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