Ryan Mason talks about whether he’d stay at Tottenham next season
In his latest press conference as quoted by Football. London, Ryan Mason has shed some light on his future at Tottenham Hotspur and addressed the question of whether he would continue as a coach if a new manager is appointed above him.
As the acting head coach of Tottenham, Mason took over the reins from Cristian Stellini as an interim manager until the end of the season. However, the club is still in the process of finding a permanent manager since parting ways with Antonio Conte in March.
Interestingly, Ryan Mason himself has been vocal about his aspirations to take on the role permanently. However, the ultimate decision lies with the club, and it remains to be seen if his ambitions will align with Tottenham’s plans for the future.
When asked about his future, Mason told Football. London
“I’m really not thinking about next season. If my attention goes to six or seven weeks’ time, I’d be very foolish to take my eye off the ball now.”
His focus remains fixed on the present, fully aware that he and his team are giving their all to the current campaign. Regardless of what transpires in the summer of the following season, Mason acknowledges that there will be decisions to be made.
Mason’s response is indicative of his professionalism and dedication to the task at hand. He understands that his role as interim manager is temporary, and rather than dwelling on uncertainty, he prefers to pour his energy into guiding Tottenham through the remainder of the season.
His commitment to the club is evident, as he continues to navigate the challenges and demands of leading a team of talented players. Mason’s journey from player to coach has been swift and unexpected.
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Regardless of whether he remains at Tottenham or seeks opportunities elsewhere, Ryan Mason looks destined to have a great coaching career. Let’s see how this goes.