Ryan Mason sends Instagram message to Tottenham fans, Jermaine Jenas replies
Ryan Mason has posted a message on Instagram to Tottenham fans thanking them for the support he’s received during his time in charge as the club’s interim manager.
Mason, 29, stepped into the role of temporary Spurs boss last month following the sacking of Jose Mourinho.
The inexperienced coach took charge of seven games, winning four and losing three.
His side were beaten 1-0 by Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final, but ultimately his team managed to scrape together another league points to secure seventh in the Premier League table on the final day.
Mason was only appointed interim boss until the end of the season, and it now looks like his time is done following a message on social media.
“Enjoyed leading the team the last few weeks I couldn’t have asked for more from the group of players and we always felt the fans behind us. Thankyou for your support,” he wrote on Instagram.
Ex-Spurs duo Jermaine Jeans and Steven Caulker are among those to respond.
“Did yourself proud pal well done,” Jenas wrote.
Caulker added: “Big future ahead of you Mase”.
Ryan Mason message won’t be the last we hear of him as a manager
Aged 29, it’s remarkable that Mason took charge of Spurs on a temporary gig.
It was only a snapshot into what he’s learned so far as a young coach, but he’s impressed plenty with his composure from the sidelines.
Spurs 100 per cent need somebody to arrive now ahead of next season with more experience, as there is a group of players who are underachieving and need pushing in the right direction.
However, Mason has been given a great insight into senior management, and surely he’ll want more now he’s had a taste of it.
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