‘Joy’, ‘Good news’ – Media are now in awe of Tottenham’s ‘brilliant’ development

Many members of the media shared their jubilation after Tottenham Hotspur officially announced a new contract for Oliver Skipp.

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The Truth: A Decisive Year

The 21-year-old midfielder has enjoyed a rapid rise to prominence at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this season and was sorely missed as he was sidelined with a lingering groin problem.

After making his first-team debut in the Carabao Cup against West Ham in 2018, Skipp spent the 2020/21 campaign on loan at Norwich City and helped the East Anglian side gain immediate promotion to the Premier League.

The Spurs academy graduate returned to north London and has since 18 appearances for the Lilywhites in the elite, becoming a prefer by Antonio Conte in stride.

The latest: the media react to the evolution of contracts

Here’s what some reputable Tottenham journalists had to say after developments broke on the youngster’s new contract, posting a plethora of takes on the exciting announcement.

“Brilliant News.” – Rob Guest, Tottenham reporter for Football.London (Twitter).

“I jump for joy.” – Oli Gamp, Tottenham correspondent for the Daily Mail (Twitter).

“Nice Skipp…brilliant. #OneOfOurOwn” – Lee McQueen, Tottenham personality and writer for LastWordOnSpurs (Twitter).

“Good news.” – Alasdair Gold, Tottenham correspondent for Football.London (Twitter).

The verdict: Great news

Tying up the talented England Under-21 international until 2027 is a huge boost for the club as Conte tries to build a team capable of challenging at the highest level again.

The Italian boss described Skipp as a ‘Very important’ part of the Spurs squad after a 2-0 win over Brentford in which the energetic Englishman provided two key passes, made an interception and completed a clearance (sofa score).

the 28 capsules the youth international will now be desperate to get back to full fitness and prove the reaction to this news is warranted.

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