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Son Heung-min's frank assessment of the Tottenham season and Ange Postecoglou's squad's next move


According to Son Heung-min, Tottenham will "come out next season even stronger" under Ange Postecoglou. After a summer of transition at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, the Lilywhites, led by their new head coach, had a fantastic start to the 2023–24 season and were leading the Premier League standings.

Unfortunately, the team's stellar start to the season was short-lived, as evidenced by their home loss to Chelsea in November, which proved to be a turning point. Ultimately, they concluded the season in fifth place. Though many had anticipated Tottenham would struggle with the high-profile departure of Harry Kane and Postecoglou working in the Premier League for the first time, many have seen it as a season of triumph after sealing a return to Europe for the very first time.

The Lilywhites did not perform well in the domestic cup tournaments, but everyone is optimistic that things will improve for the 2024–2025 season as the football team aims to break their streak of winning nothing. Son contributed with 17 goals and 10 assists in 36 appearances across all competitions during N17, which was very much an ups and downs year for the team.

Son has issued a letter to all supporters, asking them to look back on the entire season now that Tottenham's friendly versus Newcastle United in Melbourne marked the end of the team's 2023–24 campaign. Having seen "some of the most special atmospheres" that he had ever encountered at the club, he revealed, The South Korean said that he had seen "some of the most special atmospheres" that he had ever encountered at the club. He also talked about the tight-knit group dynamic among the players and their goals for 2024–2025.

"At last, home. taking a nap. Reflecting on the past year. A season of ups and downs, but also one of advancement," the captain of Tottenham wrote. "Our squad and club have become stronger and closer, and that is the first thing that comes to mind. There's a buzz around the place as we anticipate the next few years. We plan to take a break throughout the summer and return stronger the following season.

"A particular note of gratitude to all of the supporters. We've had some of the most unique atmospheres this season that I've ever encountered.

"I'm incredibly proud of myself and feel privileged to be leading the boys in my first year as captain. I want to see each and every one of you soon. Love you very much, Sonny. #COYS.

Spurs will embark on a preseason tour of Japan and South Korea in order to get ready for the 2024–25 season, after Son and his colleagues at Tottenham have earned a well-deserved break. On Tuesday, June 18, at nine in the morning, the Lilywhites will find out their Premier League schedule for the upcoming season.

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