‘C’mon Spurs fans’: James Maddison now wants Tottenham fans to do something

Tottenham Hotspur attacking midfielder James Maddison is hoping the north London club’s supporters will come up with a spell for him.

James Maddison joined Tottenham from Leicester City earlier in the summer and has already impressed under Ange Postecoglou so it may not be long before his wish is granted.

“No matter how often you play football and how long you’ve been there, every time you chant and sing your name, it’s a heartwarming feeling that you can’t really describe,” said the 26-year-old year olds Tottenham’s latest matchday programme. “Go ahead, Spurs fans!”

Maddison provided two assists on his debut against Brentford last Sunday and Postecoglou will be hoping for more of the same when his side face Manchester United tomorrow.

However, the Englishman’s contribution wasn’t enough and Spurs ended the game in a 2-2 draw.

James Maddison could be the key player against Manchester United

Maddison is a player Postecoglou will definitely be keeping an eye out for when Tottenham United host.

As he proved at the Gtech Community Stadium, the England international makes things happen. If he shows up that day, Spurs have a good chance of a positive result.

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Postecoglou will also pray for Richarlison to deliver. Following Harry Kane’s departure to Bayern Munich, the 26-year-old could become the team’s first-choice forward this season.

When that happens he needs to start scoring if Tottenham are to have any hope of finishing in the top four.

Last season he disappointed in front of goal, scoring just once in 27 Premier League games.

However, if Richarlison can score against Erik ten Hag’s men and help his side take all three points, Tottenham fans are likely to forget that.

With Kane gone, the Brazil international, Maddison, Son Heung-min and Dejan Kulusevski all have to perform.

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Emma Bowman

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