Spurs star takes to social media to announce he is leaving the club

Malachi Fagan-Walcott has now confirmed that he has left Tottenham Hotspur and thanked the coaches at the club for helping him develop into the player that he is today.

Fagan-Walcott, who has represented England at the Under-17 and Under-16 levels, was highly regarded as he progressed through the Spurs age group ranks.

The center back made his senior debut for Spurs in the club’s Champions League loss against RB Leipzig in 2020 when he was just 18 years old, and that has been his sole first-team outing to this day.

In January 2021, the 21-year-old had a disastrous brief stint at Dundee United, when he sustained a season-ending injury after making only two appearances for the Scottish team.

The dynamic defender played 20 times in the Under-18 Premier League before making 49 appearances for Spurs’ Under-21s in Premier League 2 over the past few years (Transfermarkt).

Malachi Fagan-Walcott announces Tottenham exit

Fagan-Walcott has already issued a heartfelt farewell statement on social media to announce that his eight-year time with the Lilywhites has come to an end.



Several years ago, it appeared that Fagan-Walcott would be the following academy defender to break into the Tottenham first team, following in Tanganga’s footsteps.

But for the past two to three years, the 21-year-old’s growth has completely stopped, in part because of his injury issues. The center-back will be aiming for a new beginning away from Spurs to enable him restart his career.



Another Premier League history as Spurs makes dramatic late comeback against Sheffield United

Ange Postecoglou is a man who can do no wrong in his new Tottenham kingdom.

The latest of late comebacks at home to Sheffield United that transformed a certain first loss into a fourth straight win must make the Australian appear that way to Spurs’ patient supporters, who have watched their new savior’s unblemished start to life in the Premier League now gilded by the latest of late comebacks.

The triumph marked the most recent successful comeback in Premier League history.

A 2-1 triumph on Saturday (Sunday AEST) put the cherry on top of a week that saw the 58-year-old honored as the League’s manager of the month – in his first month – and nominated for the award of FIFA’s finest men’s coach of the year.

Richarlison, the star striker whose performance he had been battling to maximize, made a triumphant return to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to provide the game-winning goal.

Richarlison, who previously made news this week by declaring that he would “seek psychological help” for off-the-field issues while on international duty with Brazil, came off the bench in the 80th minute and headed Spurs even after the first eight minutes of stoppage time had been added.

Richarlison then deftly found the unmarked Dejan Kulusevski in the box to fire home a 100th minute winner and record the latest-ever winning comeback in Premier League history a few minutes later in the game that seemed to go on forever – there were 15 minutes put on in all at the end.

Postecoglou couldn’t have been happier, but primarily the Brazilian was just genuinely delighted.

We must maintain a healthy balance in our lives, and he too must realize how amazing his football still is. He’s a terrific football player, Postecoglou told BBC Sport.

“He’s got so much to give and that can help ease the burden he’s feeling in other parts of his life. I’m really pleased for him.

“Hopefully, he feels a little bit more at ease now to handle the other aspects of his life. It’s important for everyone to keep things in perspective, and maybe today will be helpful for him.

The perseverance and spirit that helped Spurs to their best start to a top-flight season in 57 years once again came through, even though this was far from their best performance under the Australian.

Given that they are a new group, he said, “It’s great to see some real resilience and spirit within that group already.”

“On days like this, you are challenged. It supports our sense that we can advance. The day was unforgettable for our fans, and everything that happened helped with our mission.

But this might only be the beginning. Postecoglou will experience a north London derby for the first time against Arsenal at Emirates Stadium the following Saturday. If he can manage to defeat the Gunners down the road on their home field, he will be positively revered if he is already the talk of Tottenham.

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