Tottenham players responding very well to interim boss Ryan Mason, claims Alasdair Gold
Speaking on his YouTube channel, Football.london’s Tottenham correspondent Alasdair Gold has revealed that there has been a lot of positive vibes coming out from the Hotspur Way training facility following the appointment of Ryan Mason.
Mason, a former Tottenham midfielder, had to retire after a horrific skull injury. However, the 29-year-old had been working as a youth coach at the club when he got the call from Daniel Levy to take over on an interim basis following the sacking of Jose Mourinho last month.
In what is his first job as manager, Mason has now overseen three games, winning two of those, although Tottenham did lose the big against Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final. Nevertheless, the team’s performance in the wins against Southampton as well as Sheffield United has been encouraging.
And, now Gold has brought an update from behind the scenes, claiming that everyone at the club has been impressed by how Mason has done so far be it his training sessions or the way he has been able to get his ideas across to the team. The Football.london journalist also adds that the players themselves are enjoying training again sessions again.
“Ryan Mason, everything I’m hearing about Ryan Mason, in terms of what he’s doing, I think he’s doing a phenomenal job. Everything I’m hearing from people within the club, and people who don’t really have a reason to say this, or have a reason to promote or plug him.
“But what I’m hearing a lot and from different people is that his training sessions are excellent. That he’s doing really, really well, in very quickly having to implement what he wants. The players are enjoying themselves.”
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There is no denying that in the two league games Tottenham have played under Mason, the team has looked to be on the front foot more often than not, which is a fresh change from the pattern under Mourinho. Hopefully, the positivity is enough to carry us into the top four places come the end of the season.