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Tottenham Hotspur journalist Jack Pitt-Brooke has been sharing some details on Lilywhites chairman Daniel Levy and his future with the north London club. This comes after Pitt-Brooke made an appearance on a recent episode of The Athletic’s Ornstein & Chapman Podcast where he spoke about a number of topics surrounding Tottenham at the moment. On the […]This comes after Pitt-Brooke made an appearance on a recent episode of The Athletic’s Ornstein & Chapman Podcast where he spoke about a number of topics surrounding Tottenham at the moment.
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The ever-reliablejournalist delivered an update on midfielder Tanguy Ndombele after his in consecutive matches.
He wrote: ‘[Ryan] Mason swerved a question from football.london in the week about Ndombele’s omission but what is important this time for the Frenchman is that he is very happy, settled and comfortable at Tottenham now and he’s been here before in trying to win over a manager.
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‘The 24-year-old will see it as a challenge rather than the affront it was in his first season at the club and it should push him to better things.’
Key part of the future
Gold alludes to the Frenchman’s morale and attitude now in comparison to last season.
Under Jose Mourinho, thestruggled for game-time and very much was on the periphery of the first team setup. He averaged just from his 21 league appearances last term.
It led to Ndombele seriously considering his future in north London after less than a year, as he revealed to.
“To be perfectly honest with you I don’t know how close I was to leaving,” he said. “What I know is that I did want to leave. I spoke about this with people at the club and particularly with the chairman.”
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The 24-year-old would eventually stay, thanks largely to Daniel Levy, and he hasn’t looked back as he’s enjoyed a very fruitful campaign despite all of Spurs’ poor fortunes. He has played around double the number of minutes in the Premier League this term (2,072) and has contributed six goals and four assists in all competitions, via.
Thedynamo has played just of Ryan Mason’s three matches in charge but what is most positive is that it won’t faze him like his omission under Mourinho, and that’ll come as a huge boost to the club.
He’s a big part of their future, whether that be under the 29-year-old interim or whoever is appointed next and, after he convinced him to stay last year, Levy will be delighted by his change in attitude.
Mason should also be rather pleased as his decisions should not cause disruption or disharmony in the dressing room, something that the Spurs chairman feared was happening under Mourinho, according to.
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As we know by Joe Hart’sduring their FA Cup clash with Wycombe earlier this year, the box-to-box maestro is “unplayable” on his day.
Ndombele is happy at Hotspur Way and those in north London will no longer need to worry if he’s in and out of the team.
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