Ryan Mason, who was in charge of Tottenham’s acting manager, draws attention by showing a strong desire to become the official manager who is currently vacant.
This is Mason’s second acting manager, but it is true that he is a year older than Son Heung-min and has less experience. Over the next six weeks, we will pay attention to how his leadership skills will shine.
Acting Mason took over the Tottenham baton on the 24th after former acting manager Christian Stellini. A former Tottenham player, he briefly served as an acting manager when Jose Mourinho stepped down two years ago, but this time it is different.
As former manager Antonio Conte was sacked with a one-month interval from acting coach Stellini, he was in charge of the wrecked Tottenham club for the remaining six games. We need to prepare for a bout with Manchester United, a strong team, on the 28th.
However, at the press conference on the 26th, Acting Mason gave a surprisingly positive answer to the question about the official manager.
Currently, Tottenham is looking for a formal manager, and Julian Nagelsman from Germany is emerging as a strong player, but there is no clear situation yet.
According to ‘CBS Sports’ reporter Ben Jacobs’ SNS, acting Mason said, “I feel ready” when asked about the official Tottenham manager position, and “if that happens, it means we did well.” “Right now, we’re getting ready for Thursday’s game (against Manchester United),” he added.
Jacobs followed Mason’s comments with the comment, “Going from assistant manager to full-time manager in six weeks?”
Jacobs, as well as transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano, interpreted this, and ‘Football London’ also reported that Acting Mason said he was “ready” for a formal manager.
Of course, it’s possible that Acting Mason misinterpreted the question and was talking about preparations for the next six weeks as acting manager.스포츠토토
In any case, his 6-week voyage is expected to attract attention as it is a completely different attitude from the humble acting manager two years ago.
Mason was at Tottenham from 2008 to 2016, continuing on loan until 2014. He left Tottenham when he moved to Hull City in 2016, then joined Tottenham as a coach after retiring early in 2018 at the age of 27.
Perhaps that’s why Tottenham fans are commenting on social media that introduced Mason’s remarks, such as “The manager should also go to the third division (League 1) on loan.”