Ain’t no PR machine like a Jose Mourinho PR machine. Young Callum Hynes has become a star attraction at Spurs, since the arrival of the Special One.
It was Hynes’ quick thinking that got a fresh ball to Serge Aurier, who then kickstarted the action that led to Harry Kane scoring against Olympiakos in the Champions League.
Earlier this week, Hynes was a special guest at a prematch meal with the players.
Spurs currently lead Bournemouth by a goal to nil, thanks to that man Dele Alli scoring again.
😂 Jose Mourinho fist bump for the lucky ballboy, Callum Hynes, after Dele Alli scored. #THFC’s star from their midweek Champions League win had lunch with the first team today.— Joe Prince-Wright (@JPW_NBCSports) November 30, 2019
He will be an assistant coach soon! pic.twitter.com/T4KMovaB6d