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Spurs Captain tells reaveals Crisitian Romero’s story that has Tottenham fans in stitches

In a light-hearted comment, Son Heung-min said that Cristian Romero has yet to reply to his text regarding the players’ proximity to the traveling Spurs supporters prior to their season-opening match against Burnley.

Ange Postecoglou awarded the captain’s armband to Son, who instantly made his mark on the team.

Some reports over the past few weeks have indicated that many club members were astonished by how the South Korean has stood up to the role after being given the responsibility (Football.London). They also claim that many club members did not necessarily regard the South Korean as a leader before.

Heung-min Son

Prior to Tottenham’s season opener at the Gtech Community Stadium, one of the 31-year-old’s first suggestions was to move the pre-match huddle in front of the visiting away fans rather than closer to the center circle.

The forward gave an explanation of his decision-making process and stated that he wanted to reduce the distance between players and supporters.

Son added, “I was just thinking about creating a special connection because there felt a little bit of distance between us and the fans, depending on the results,” at the fan forum held at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

It was a difficult year that neither the players nor the fans had anticipated. Since it was the first game of the year, I messaged Madders and Cuti to suggest doing the huddle in front of the crowd to help bring the team together a little more.

We would feel closer to one another and the connection might be a little bit stronger as a result. Naturally, you need that much support if you plan to work for more than 90 or 100 minutes. Our goal is to win every game, but there will be times when we falter and require strong support.

“So that’s why I believed that going together would be a smart idea at the beginning of the season. Of course, we have a job to do on the field, but we can work as a team to do it. You must stick together whether things are going well or poorly.

Cristian Romero needs to check his texts more often

Romero, according to the Spurs captain, did not reply to his text as quickly as James Maddison did, though.

Son continued, to the amusement of the audience, “That’s why I made the decision and Madders responded straight away and said ‘good idea, let’s do that’, and Cuti…. well Cuti I’m still awaiting his response.”

Nevertheless, it’s OK, the forward continues. As we hurried to the fans, Cuti looked at me as if to ask, “What’s going on?”

“But everything worked out well, and everyone realized what the fans had gone through. We have a wonderful relationship, and I think we should keep it going until the end of the season because it’s crucial for both the players and the supporters.

It is clear from Son’s ability to inject humor into the conversation that he is assuming more leadership responsibilities and that he is becoming more self-assured. The 31-year-old has never previously regularly engaged in this kind of behavior.

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