Ryan Mason has taken to Twitter ahead of the club’s return to North London tomorrow.
Mason will be in the dugout for the first match at the club’s new stadium, as the Under-18s face Southampton in a test event in front of a crowd of around 30,000 supporters.
The former Spurs academy product was forced to retire from football in February of last year after suffering a fractured skull playing for Hull City 13 months earlier in a sickening collision with Gary Cahill at Stamford Bridge.
He has since returned to Spurs as a youth coach which has given him focus given the untimely end of his footballing career at the age of 26.
Mason has taken on further responsibilities at the club following the departure of Under-18 boss Matt Wells, who has joined Fulham’s first team set up under former Spur, Scott Parker.
He took to Twitter to share his excitement about Tottenham’s return to N17.
We’re going home tomorrow ?
— Ryan Mason (@RyanMason) March 23, 2019
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