Ryan Mason will have Tottenham support, says Mauricio Pochettino

Doug Mendoza
February 15, 2018

Cech has been a constant source of support for Mason since he suffered the head injury. He was able to return to action within three months and sympathised with Mason.

"The door is open for me to help him; and the club because we love him and Rachel and George and all his family".

Hull manager Nigel Adkins added: "The injury happened before my time, but all I know is that Ryan has worked so hard in the time that I have been here".

Ryan Mason has called time on his football career, following his head injury previous year, and it seems that the outpouring of support for the player isn't set to end any time soon.

Hull City put out a statement that the player would be retiring with immediate effect after the injury he picked up playing against Chelsea on January 22.

"He was a very successful player and he will be a very successful person and everything he wants to do, he's going to do".

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Mason, who began his career at Tottenham, had loan spells with Yeovil, Doncaster, Millwall and Swindon before joining Hull in a £12m move in 2016.

Mauricio Pochettino talked about Mason's retirement and his relationship with the midfielder in a press conference yesterday, and even seem to hint that Mason could eventually find a position within the Tottenham organization. He was a very successful player, and sure he will be a very successful person in football, and everything that he is going to do. We have been talking to him with [head of academy, ] John McDermott.

"It's very sad news but at the same time he opened a massive door with his future for him and his family". He is 26 but he is an wonderful person and has an unbelievable football brain.

"I'm really sad for him, it's disappointing news, disappointing for me to find out that he had to retire".

"I've learned a lot from them and I think if I was to go down the coaching route my philosophy and way of teaching would be the Tottenham way".

Mason made 70 appearances for Spurs since making his debut in 2008, scoring four goals. He believes that Mason has "an unbelievable football brain".

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