Ange Postecoglou showered with praises by a secret fan
Massimo Luongo has talked about how Ange Postecoglou has adjusted to life at Tottenham Hotspur, and he maintains that the new manager has turned every Australian into a hidden Spurs supporter.Naturally, Massimo Luongo is well-versed in what it’s like to be an Australian living in North London. Although the 31-year-old had just one first-team appearance for the Lilywhites (Transfermarkt), he began his career with Tottenham back in 2011.
Luongo is a man of considerable experience, having gone on loan to play for teams like Swindon and Ipswich Town before joining Sheffield Wednesday and Middlesbrough on a permanent basis. He is now working full-time at Ipswich again.
In relation to having traveled widely, one may consider Ange Postecoglou to be a bit of a journeyman. After a career that took him from Australia to Greece, Japan, Scotland, and finally the Premier League, the 58-year-old found himself at Spurs.
Furthermore, he is doing an excellent job with Tottenham. Spurs are now leading the league thanks to Ange-ball, and Postecoglou is possibly the most talked-about manager in England at the moment.
Everyone is a Spurs fan now thanks to Postecoglou
Speaking to The Sun, Luongo praised Postecoglou and his work at Spurs, citing the man who gave him his Australia debut as an inspiration.
“What Ange is doing is amazing,” he remarked. These days, every Australian follows Tottenham. Every Australian is a covert fan of Tottenham.
Observing it from a distance is fantastic. There is no doubt about his sincerity in this country. He has a strong enthusiasm for the game and a strong desire for success, as evidenced by his interviews.
Numerous acquaintances of mine who have confessed they can’t help but like Ange Postecoglou are supporters of other teams, some of whom even go so far as to support Unnamed London clubs. Given his popularity, I believe he is currently the most well-liked man in the sport.