“In an exhilarating turn of events, Tottenham Hotspur’s Starlet has emerged as a rising star under the tutelage of Ange Postecoglou capturing the attention of fans and experts alike” – Paul Robinson, former goalkeeper and esteemed football figure, has commended the young athlete’s rapid ascent and potential for future greatness


Former Tottenham goalkeeper Paul Robinson has praised 16-year-old Mikey Moore, saying he has a bright future ahead of him after making his senior debut under Ange Postecoglou this season.

Moore became the club’s youngest-ever Premier League debutant in a 2-0 loss to Manchester City and also played in the final game of the season against Sheffield United.

Robinson believes Moore’s development will depend on the club’s recruitment in the summer and the size of the squad next season. With several players likely to leave, including Joe Rodon, Tanguay Ndombele, and Giovani Lo Celso, there may be opportunities for Moore to break into the first team.

However, Robinson also suggests that a loan spell in the Championship or lower-half Premier League could be beneficial for Moore’s development.

Moore has already shown impressive form in the U18 Premier League, scoring 14 goals and providing eight assists in 12 appearances, as well as scoring twice in the FA Youth Cup. He has also represented England Under-17s, scoring against France and Portugal.

Postecoglou’s willingness to give Moore his debut suggests he has faith in the young player’s abilities, and Robinson believes Moore has a big future at Tottenham. However, the club’s plans for Moore’s development, including potential loan moves, will be key to his progress.

Leave a comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *