Leonid Slutsky gives his best rendition of Mariah in festive video


From Russia with love! Former Hull City and Russia boss Leonid Slutsky delivers bizarre rendition of Mariah Carey’s ‘All I Want for Christmas is You’ as he joins Rubin Kazan players in festive message to supporters

  • Rubin Kazan posted a festive themed music video on their Youtube channel 
  • Manager Leonid Slutsky gives his rendition of Mariah Carey’s festive favourite
  • The players also get involved in the music video to celebrate Christmas 

In one of the strangest years in football history, Leonid Slutsky has provided one of the most unexpected and bizarre moments of them all. 

Rubin Kazan manager Slutsky provided the Christmas gift that not many would have thought up, as he decided to switch from the touchline to the stage delivering his rendition of a Mariah Carey classic. 

The Russian Premier League side decided to get into the festive spirit, as they posted a music video of their manager singing ‘All I Want for Christmas is You’.

Leonid Slutsky singing Mariah Carey is not a sight anyone would have expected to witness

Rubin Kazan posted a video of their squad and manager getting into the Christmas mood

There was no escape for the squad who also took part in the video which was posted on Youtube on Sunday.

The video sees some awkward dad dancing from the former Hull City and Russia manager, while the players are also seen dancing, dressing in Christmas themed attire, sharing presents and eating VAR and referee themed biscuits.

Slutsky who spent just under six months at Hull back in 2017, has been at the Russian Premier League side since December 2019.

After giving his best rendition of Mariah, the end of the video shows Slutsky dreaming of winning the Russian Premier League.  

That would take some effort from his club who sit ninth in the league after 19 games with 28 points – 13 behind leaders Zenit St Petersburg. 

The former Hull City and Russia manager is celebrating one year at Rubin Kazan this month

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