“I don’t need a manager” witty response to official social media after sore memory

James Maddison has a witty response on Tottenham Hotspur’s official social media accounts.

The Premier League (PL) schedule for next season has been revealed. The PL’s governing body released the 2024-25 league schedule via its official channels on Monday. The opening match will be between Manchester United and Fulham. It will kick off on August 17 at 4:00 AM.

Tottenham’s opening match will be against Leicester City. The Foxes tasted relegation last season. In the English Championship (second division), Leicester dominated from the start of the season. They won 31 games, drew three, lost 11, and eventually won the title, returning to the Premier League after a season of relegation. Tottenham travel to Leicester.

Leicester brings many fond memories to Tottenham. Back in 2022-23, Son Heung-min scored a hat trick 13 minutes after coming on as a substitute to lead the Foxes to a huge win. After the league schedule was released, Tottenham posted a highlight reel of some of their most memorable Leicester games on their official social media channels. The video opened with footage from their last meeting in the 17th round of the 2021-22 season.

It was a match that Tottenham described as “epic” in terms of drama. Spurs were down 1-2 at the end of 90 minutes of regulation time. In five minutes of stoppage time, late substitute Steven Berchwein scored a multi-goal effort two minutes into stoppage time to give Spurs a 3-2 come-from-behind victory.

When Madison saw the video, he couldn’t help but smile. He scored Leicester’s second goal of the game and knew it was a foregone conclusion. The video also 토토 shows Maddison celebrating after scoring his second goal in the 31st minute, contrasting with the Spurs players celebrating the come-from-behind victory. The other Spurs wins in the video brought back painful memories for Maddison, who played for Leicester.

“I don’t need a manager,” he wrote in response to the post. Tottenham responded in kind, writing, “Sorry,” in response.

Maddison has been at Leicester for five years. Since joining from Norwich City in 2018, he has made 208 appearances in all competitions, scoring 55 goals and providing 39 assists. Maddison continued to impress even as Leicester struggled to avoid relegation. He was one of the Premier League’s best playmakers and joined Spurs last summer. After a 메이저 토토사이트 decent start to his career, he has struggled since returning from injury and was left out of England’s final squad for Euro 2024.

Meanwhile, in the upcoming opening game against Leicester, he is expected to face Harry Winks, a former Tottenham youth product. Winks left for Leicester last year after failing to establish himself at Spurs. He recently mentioned Spurs as a team he would like to face in the opening game.

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