Tottenham have struggled this season.
Tottenham travels to Leeds United on Monday (Sept. 29) for the 38th round of the 2022-23 English Premier League season. It will be their final game of the season.
Spurs are currently in eighth place in the league with 57 points. They are closely followed by seventh-place Aston Villa (58 points). If Spurs can leapfrog Aston Villa into seventh place, they will qualify for the UEFA Europa Conference. A win is essential to make the case.
Last season, Spurs qualified for the Champions League. The momentum was there. This season, they’ve strengthened their squad. They had high hopes, but a series of managerial changes and a decline in form saw them slip down the table.
Ryan Mason spoke about the current situation at Tottenham ahead of the game. He also addressed the criticism that has been directed at chairman Daniel Levy.
According to the Mirror on Sunday, Mason said, “What’s clear is that Mr. Levy has spent money. He’s done his best, and I’m sure other people are disappointed. But this is football. These things can happen and hopefully we can put things right,” Mason said.
“Tottenham is a big club. We know that. All the managers and coaches know it’s a big club,” he added, “the players know it, the fans know it, you can feel it when you come to the stadium.”스포츠토토
Spurs are now in the process of hiring a new manager. But there’s still a long way to go. They’ve looked at Julian Nagelsmann, Arne Slott, Roberto De Jervi, and others, but nothing has come of it.
“We will remain a big club,” Mason said. Whoever is in charge next season will be attractive. The same goes for the players.”
Finally, on the final game of the season, Mason said: “There’s a lot at stake against Leeds. There is pressure on Leeds as well. We have to win. We have to manage the game in the best possible way and play the game that suits us. We have to manage the game in the best way, play the game that suits us, and hope that the players are ready for any situation.”