Ryan Mason, Tottenham’s interim manager, admits he’s prepared to take over as the club’s head coach after Cristian Stellini was fired on Monday.
After last weekend’s 6-1 demolition at Newcastle, which damaged Spurs’ chances of finishing in the top four before of Thursday’s crucial match at home against Manchester United, the upper brass at Tottenham fired Stellini.
Previewing his side’s clash with the Red Devils, Mason said: “I am ready. I don’t doubt that. It is business.
“We have a really big game Thursday, another Sunday, so the focus on my behalf is to fully prepare for that.
“A reaction, absolutely a reaction (we need).
“Sunday was disappointing. I would hope and expect a reaction from not only the players but everyone in the building.”
Mason was once Spurs’ caretaker manager towards the end of the 2020/21 season following Jose Mourinho’s unceremonious exit.
In that period, he took charge of seven games, winning four and losing three, including a 1-0 defeat against Manchester City in the League Cup final.
Spurs however finished seventh in the Premier League in that campaign.
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