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Son Heung-min’s mouth is leaving Tottenham

Son Heung-min’s mouth is leaving Tottenham. The staff is in shock.

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Simon Felstein, head of the communication team for Tottenham Hotspur in the English Premier League (EPL), is leaving Tottenham. It’s been 15 years.

According to Britain’s Daily Mail, Tottenham staff members were shocked to receive the news via email earlier this month. Pelstein is reportedly spending three months of Garden Live (paid leave before leaving the company).

Pelstein has been in charge of managing reporters for Tottenham, conducting press conferences and supporting reporters. He is very familiar to local journalists covering Tottenham.

At the press conference, he sat on the right side of the coach and filtered out reporters’ questions, and when Son Heung-min suffered an arm injury in February last year, he issued a statement saying, “He will be absent for a few weeks,” and heard Finjan, not “Too optimistic,” from Jose Mourinho.

Earlier in December 2018, he made headlines at the press conference for sternly blocking Sky Sports reporter’s questions about then coach Mauricio Pochettino.

At the time of the production of Amazon Prime documentary “All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur,” which was released last year, he played the role of a project manager and helped the filming process.

The writings of local British journalists who report his resignation show his affection for Pelstein, who has been “in and out” of the relationship between reporters and reporters.

Football London’s Tottenham reporter Alasdair Gold predicted, “Felstein may not be the ‘biggest’ leaving the club this summer, but his vacancy will affect ‘behind the stage’.”

Another British football media outlet, The Bootroom reporter Muhammad Nissar, recalled Pelstein as “playing a difficult role and being loved by many people.”

“The club, which has been under fire several times in the past few months due to the Super League incident and the controversy over the replacement of former manager Mourinho, will be in a difficult situation again (with Felstein’s resignation),” Nissar added.

“Felstein has led Tottenham’s external communication in a very solid and solid way,” Tottenham media Spursweb said in a commentary. “It will not be easy to deal with the current club and fans who are in a ‘cold war’ state, whoever is appointed as his replacement.”

In 2006, when he was in his mid-20s, Pelstein first joined Tottenham as a public relations contract worker. Fifteen years later, he left N17 as a “legend of the British football promotion industry.”

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