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Tottenham officially announce two new incomings

By Mehdi Gokal -

Tottenham are not only focused on strengthening their squad for the upcoming season but also working on additions to the staff members. 

Spurs have officially announced the addition of three new members to Ange Postecoglou’s team, marking an improvement of their technical side.

Matt Wells has taken the role of Senior Assistant Coach, replacing Chris Davies, who recently took over as manager at Birmingham City.

Wells, who has been with the club as Assistant Coach since April 2023, previously served in assistant roles at Fulham, Bournemouth, and Club Brugge, working under Scott Parker in all those stints.

In addition to Wells’ promotion, Nick Montgomery and Sergio Raimundo have been appointed as Assistant Coaches.

They will begin their roles at the start of pre-season, with Sergio’s appointment subject to a work permit.

Head Coach Ange Postecoglou expressed his enthusiasm for these additions.

He praised Matt Wells’ outstanding coaching abilities and work ethic, noting that his promotion to Senior Assistant Coach is well-deserved.

Postecoglou also highlighted the extensive coaching experience that both Nick and Sergio bring to the club, commending their commitment to developing young talent and their alignment with the football philosophy he aims to instil at Tottenham.

As quoted by the club’s website, the Australian manager said:

“I’m delighted that Matt has been appointed Senior Assistant Coach. He’s an outstanding young coach who has a great work ethic and attention to detail. He thoroughly deserves this opportunity.

“It’s also great to have Nick and Sergio join the Club, and they will add to the talented coaches we already have on the staff here.

“Both Nick and Sergio have a wealth of coaching experience over a number of years. They have already demonstrated a strong desire to both develop young talent and implement a football style that I believe will further strengthen the environment we have established. I’m looking forward to working with them.”

This announcement comes amid Spurs’ ongoing efforts to bolster their coaching staff following recent departures.

The club had earlier seen the exit of Chris Davies to Birmingham City and strength and conditioning coach Mark Thrower, who returned to Middlesbrough.

As the Lilywhites prepare for the upcoming season, these new coaching appointments underscore the club’s dedication to continuous improvement.

 

 

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