In his football career, James Maddison claims that Ange Postecoglou has been the most inspirational speaker he has ever encountered.
In his encounters with the media, Postecoglou has demonstrated that he is a superb communicator. He makes effective use of this ability when he addresses his players.
Spurs supporters had previously watched video of him giving some motivational team speeches throughout his managerial tenure (Optus Sport).
The Standard revealed last week that the head coach of Tottenham holds squad sessions where they discuss morality, the value of family, and the necessity of hard work in addition to tactics.
Ange Postecoglou is a top-tier motivational speaker
Several Spurs stars have already commented about the impact that Postecoglou’s team talks have on them (Fabrizio Romano), and Maddison has now stated that the 58-year-old is the greatest he has seen at getting the players up for a game.
The England international stated on A League of Their Own: “He’s a proper motivational speaker. He keeps his mouth shut during the workweek.
“He limits everything to match day and match day minus one, but he’s probably the best I’ve seen to be fair in the meetings when he’s trying to get the lads going before the game.”
Postecoglou is unquestionably superior to the others in terms of communication abilities. But when the outcomes are good, it’s clear that the Australians’ messaging will be effective. When the squad is having a bad run, that is when his messaging will really be put to the test.
Report: Spurs target is expected to reject the chance to join London rivals
According to TEAMtalk, Fulham’s hopes of signing Santiago Gimenez, a target for Tottenham, are unlikely to be realized.
Gimenez, who has emerged as one of Europe’s most prolific marksmen since the year’s beginning, has lately been strongly linked to a transfer to the Spurs.
In fact, after attentively observing the 22-year-old striker this season, it was revealed by The Daily Mirror last week that Tottenham had already made the decision to pay Feyenoord’s asking price for the player in January.
W Deportes hinted a few days ago that Spurs might have competition from Fulham, their rivals in London, for Gimenez’s signature.
According to the source, the Mexican was the first option for the Cottagers to replace Aleksandr Mitrovic, and they were willing to offer the center-forward a club record of €50 million (£43 million).
Fulham expected to fail with offer for Gimenez
As of right now, TEAMtalk has reported that “sources are sceptical” about Fulham’s prospects of reaching a Gimenez agreement.
This is because Feyenoord is certain that their number nine is worth more than £50m given his recent performances, and their planned £43 million offer is not anticipated to be sufficient.
Gimenez is also said to be reluctant to join Marco Silva’s team and prefer to wait for a transfer to a larger team.
It seems sense that Gimenez would be considering a bigger move than Fulham, as he appears to be attracting interest from a number of elite clubs throughout Europe. Right now, it seems like a huge offer would be required to entice the 22-year-old away from De Kuip in January.