Where is Ronny Rosenthal now?
Former Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur forward”Rocket” Ronny Rosenthal finally hung up his boots in 1999 after a spell with Watford where he helped them gain promotion from the old second division.
During his 20-year playing career, he won a number of trophies including the league title twice with Maccabi Haifa, the Belgian league title with Club Brugge and he was also a member of the Liverpool side which won the first division title in 1990.
He also represented the Israel national side on 60 occasions, scoring 11 goals.
Since retiring from playing Rosenthal has been working as a football consultant in England.
He was rumoured to be leading a group considering a buy-out of Charlton Athletic in 2017 after he was seen having a guided tour of the ground although nothing more was reported.
His son Tom has followed in his father’s footsteps and has represented Belgium at under 18 and under 19 levels.
In July 2019 the former Premier League star’s home in Cricklewood, North London was broken into by six machete-wielding men whilst his family slept.
Disturbed by the noise, Rosenthal confronted the men and he was punched in the face. A professional job which was clearly well-planned, the gang were after his watch collection and were in and out in five minutes.
Ronny Rosenthal: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com