Deeney claims clubs can learn from what Spurs and Liverpool have done

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Troy Deeney has claimed that clubs in the Premier League should be looking at how Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool have built a state-of-the-art training complex in order to help get the best out of their playing staff.

It has been over eight years since Tottenham moved into Hotspur Way from their old training base in Chigwell.

Jose Mourinho has hailed it as the best facility in the world and insisted that it is a pleasure to work there every day.

Liverpool recently ended their 70-year association with Melwood and moved into new surroundings in Kirkby, which has also been described as one of the best in the world.

Deeney believes that the two clubs, who are currently sitting at the top of the Premier Leauge table, have taken the right approach by investing in facilities that help make their players better and it is currently bearing fruit.

The Watford striker told talkSPORT (23/11/20 at 7:15 am):

“When you look at the way they [Liverpool] have recruited and not only recruited but the way they have set it up. Of course, the new training ground now. The new facilities.

“It’s all built on making the players the best version of themselves. I think a lot of clubs can learn from that.

“I think Tottenham have done something similar as well. In regards to moving into the new stadium and the new training ground.

“You can see that’s bringing the best out of the players that they currently have.”

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