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Andros Townsend thinks Tottenham should give Ryan Mason the manager's job on a full-time basis as the approach of Gennaro Gattuso shows that the club are getting desperate

Andros Townsend believes that Tottenham are scraping the barrel by pursuing Gennaro Gattuso and should give Ryan Mason the manager's job on a full-time basis. Following the sacking of Jose Mourinho in April, Mason oversaw Spurs' last six Premier League games of the season as caretaker boss, winning four of them. However, the team only qualified for the Europa Conference League after finishing seventh.
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Ryan Mason sets sights on first full-time manager role and is ready to listen to offers after impressing as Tottenham caretaker boss

Ryan Mason is ready to become a full-time manager following his promising spell in caretaker charge of Tottenham. The former Spurs midfielder enhanced his reputation as one of the brightest young coaches in the country during his short spell in charge following Jose Mourinho's sacking - winning four of his six Premier League games in charge.
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Ryan Mason confident Tottenham have a bright future despite star striker Harry Kane looking to leave the club with the interim manager confident their are more young stars coming through the ranks

As Harry Kane prepares for what is likely to be his final game for Spurs, at Leicester today, his close friend and temporary manager Ryan Mason says there are more young stars like them coming through Tottenham's youth system. Kane and Mason helped kickstart a bright new dawn for Spurs...
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Ryan Mason asked whether it will be his fault if Tottenham miss out on Premier League top six

Ryan Mason has had to deal with plenty of difficult questions during his month as Tottenham Hotspur's interim head coach but he faced a new one this week. The 29-year-old has had to be the immediate spokesman for the north London club on everything ranging from their controversial Super League involvement to the speculation surrounding Harry Kane and then the striker's recent interview.
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Ryan Mason admits he would welcome return as permanent Spurs boss in the future

Tottenham’s interim head coach Ryan Mason admits he would one day be happy to return to the position on a permanent basis as he prepares for his final game in charge. The 29-year-old has been at the helm following Jose Mourinho’s sacking last month but will return to his academy role after Sunday’s Premier League curtain-closer at Leicester where European football is on the line.
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Tottenham interim boss Ryan Mason insists he hasn't seen Harry Kane's explosive interview with Gary Neville and jokes he'd like to play with Kevin De Bruyne too after wantaway star said City man is a 'striker's dream'

Tottenham's interim boss Ryan Mason has revealed he hasn't watched Harry Kane's explosive interview with Gary Neville. Kane opened up about his desire to leave Tottenham this summer to pursue his personal ambition of winning trophies to his former England coach Neville in a candid chat. The England forward has...
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Harry Kane was not bidding farewell to Tottenham fans during lap of honour, Ryan Mason says

Interim Tottenham Hotspur boss Ryan Mason does not think Harry Kane’s lap of honour at the end of the 2-1 defeat by Aston Villa was a goodbye to the fans. Kane, who is reported to have told the club he wants to leave this summer, walked to all four corners of the ground clapping to the 10,000 fans after a loss which severely hurts Spurs’ Europa League qualification hopes.
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