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Spurs have a devastating unseen talent who drives past players like they’re invisible – reporter

Spurs: Unseen Tottenham talent now named one of “the best” in England

He has received plaudits for removing previous players as if they didn’t exist.

A very deadly youth who can glide past opponents “as if they are not there” appears to be a member of Tottenham Hotspur.

Spurs academy news

There are supposedly quite a few turning heads right now, so Spurs and manager Ange Postecoglou could well resort to their academy for injections of talent when needed. Alfie Dorrington, an able center back who was raised in Enfield, and Jamie Donley, a center striker, are two players who are significantly impressing Tottenham’s head coach. The Spurs manager recently gave the academy pair high praise, saying as quoted by the media:

“With the young players like Jamie, he’s been continuously performing incredibly well with the U21s. According to Postecoglou on football.london, “Jamie and Alfie Dorrington have really stood out, which is why they’ve been working with us.

They must continue working; nevertheless, this does not put them above those who are on loan, such as Dane Scarlett and Alfie Devine. However, I’ve been really happy with Jamie and Alfie since they’ve been doing a great job.

While Dane Scarlett, who Jose Mourinho recently compared to Marcus Rashford, is trying to make a name for himself at Ipswich Town, and Alfie Devine is on loan at Port Vale, Spurs have a number of potential young players presently seeking to create a name for themselves outside of north London.

Who is Mikey Moore?

Mikey Moore, a promising player for Tottenham who recently signed a new deal, is unheard of by supporters and has not yet made his professional debut for the club. According to Football Insider commentator John Wenham, the club was supposedly eager to sign the 16-year-old dynamic attacker.

Wenham stated earlier this year that Tottenham “are trying to tie him down to a long-term deal.” We are involving him in all we can, but there is only so much we can do.This season, he has made his debuts in both the Under 18s’ League and the Youth Champions League.I have a feeling he’ll stay, and the club is making every effort to make sure that occurs.

Given that Moore is currently listed as one of “the best” talents in England in a piece by The Guardian and journalist Dave Hytner, this may be an indication of just how highly Moore is regarded at Spurs. In their annual Next Generation essay, Hytner profiled Moore, a forward who excels on the left wing, and explained what fans may anticipate from him if he quickly gains a spot in Tottenham’s lineup.

“The Under-17 Premier League Cup final against Nottingham Forest in April was streamed on the club’s TV channel and a large viewership saw Moore score twice in a 5-1 win,” Hytner said.

“The initial dribble and finish were chaotic. He does it frequently. Moore has many positive traits, but his rush towards opponents while gliding past them as if they don’t exist definitely makes the heart race. Moore made his under-21 debut for Spurs later that month at the age of 15, making him the club’s youngest player at that level in modern times.With three goals and two assists in four league games this season for Tottenham’s Under-18s, he stands out as a highly exciting player.

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