Report reveals what ‘kind natured’ Spurs star often does for training ground employees

Heung-min Son
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The Telegraph have claimed that Heung-min Son often carries out a number of ‘kind natured’ acts for Tottenham employees working at the club’s Hotspur Way training ground. 

Son has emerged as a vital cog in the Spurs squad since joining the club from Bayer Leverkusen in 2015 both on and off the pitch. 

The 29-year-old, now in his seventh season in North London, has tallied an impressive 127 goals in 321 appearances (Transfermarkt) while playing most of the time as a left-winger. 

He is currently the club’s Premier League top scorer this term with 19 goals and chasing down Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah, who is just three ahead of him in the race for the Golden Boot. 

And while his hard-working attitude has been evident on the field, Son’s persona is no different away from the terraces according to the Telegraph. 

They note that Son, while being a bubbly character with his Tottenham teammates, also makes sure he forms a similar bond with non-playing staff at the club. 

He has been known to carry out acts, such as paying for a high-end chef to cook Korean cuisine for workers at the Enfield training base, and often sends ‘heartfelt’ messages of gratitude to those that have departed for new jobs. 

Spurs Web Opinion 

Everything about the report just epitomises Son completely. He is a happy person that simply enjoys what he does which shows that none of this is a front. 

He helps bring people together which is so important in a football environment where success comes from everyone working together in a positive manner. 

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