Journalist Dean Jones has shared what he knows about Ange Postecoglou’s training methods, and it seems the Tottenham Hotspur squad are firmly behind their new manager as they chase success this season.

We are now three months into Ange Postecoglous reign as Spurs boss, and the Australian has had an overwhelmingly positive impact at the club so far.

Three wins and a draw in the first four games of the season have helped Spurs head into the international break in second place in the Premier League.

Performances on the pitch have been vastly improved compared to the dour displays of last season. The overly-defensive methods of former boss Antonio Conte are a distant memory now, with Postecoglou’s attacking football pleasing the fans.

Postecoglou has previously spoken to Football.London about how important the fans are to the journey his side are on right now. The 58-year-old also mentioned how his team will ‘work hard’ in training to achieve results on the pitch.

BANGKOK, THAILAND – JULY 22: Tottenham Hotspur head coach, Ange Postecoglou (R) gives instruction ahead of the pre-season friendly match between Tottenham Hotspur and Leicester City at Rajamangala Stadium on July 22, 2023 in Bangkok, Thailand. (Photo by Pakawich Damrongkiattisak/Getty Images)

Postecoglou’s training is intense at Tottenham

And working hard they are, if Dean Jones’ assessment of the current approach to training is correct. The journalist told GiveMeSport what he has heard about Postecoglou’s methods behind the scenes. 

He said: “The sessions across pre-season were gruelling and remain intense now, sources say. 

“Spurs are determined they can make a mark on the top four this season and their early performances are a reflection of those first few weeks that Postecoglou imposed his personality on the squad. Also, the high standards and dedication this squad has towards matching their new manager’s dreams.”

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Ange Postecoglou has spoken time and time again about his intense desire to win football matches, and while this is a transitional year for the team, the manager is undoubtedly going to have his sights set on more than mid-table mediocrity this season.

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