He has been impressive during training sections: Oliver Skipp praises Tottenham new boy

Oliver Skipp praises Tottenham Hotspur star Manor Solomon for impressing in training games

Oliver Skipp-Manor Solomon has noticed one new face in North London during Tottenham Hotspur’s hectic summer transfer season, despite marquee newcomers like James Maddison, Micky van de Ven, and Brennan Johnson dominating headlines.

The 22-year-old Israeli international Manor Solomon has been steadily establishing himself at Spurs, garnering praise from his colleagues, particularly Oliver Skipp for his conduct during practice.

It has been nothing short of incredible for Solomon to get to the Premier League. He battled through an injury-plagued initial season with Fulham, but he’s back in the lily-white shirt now, determined to make a statement.

His breathtaking dribbling prowess, ability to slink past defenders, and two pivotal assists in his maiden Premier League start against Burnley have already been shown to Spurs supporters.

The road to reliable starts at Tottenham, though, is paved with obstacles. Competition is fierce because of the attacking firepower competing for positions, including Son Heung-Min, Dejan Kulusevski, Richarlison, Ivan Perisic, Brennan Johnson, and Bryan Gil.


Oliver Skipp and Emerson Royal both gave Manor Solomon high acclaim, so it seems as though his peers have taken notice of his arrival. Skipp was quick to highlight Solomon’s skill in a casual video talk about FIFA 24 ratings for several Spurs players.

“He’s really good for small-sided games, yeah”

Oliver Skipp praises Tottenham Hotspur star Manor Solomon for impressing in training games.
Tottenham Hotspur star Manor Solomon. (Credits: @SpursOfficial on Twitter).

The host disclosed Solomon’s current rating of 77 as the talk continued, and Emerson Royal joked about it.

“I believe he should be 79 after the last game,” you say.

It’s obvious that Manor Solomon’s skills have immediately won him the respect and affection of his new teammates, despite the intense rivalry on the team. Solomon’s technical mastery and capacity to influence training speak loudly from Skipp’s admiration of his accomplishments in small-sided games.


Ange Postecoglou, the manager, has a wide range of offensive alternatives at his disposal, and Solomon’s adaptability is a useful quality. The Israeli international has the ability to change games in Tottenham’s favor, whether he is used as a starter or an impact substitute from the bench. Watch to see how his season develops.

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