Tottenham: Mason coy when pushed on Kane's future
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The Line of Duty season 6 finale is set to air on BBC 1 at 9pm and there was a reference made to the elusive H character ahead of Tottenham’s Premier League showdown with Sheffield United.
Ryan Mason takes charge of his third match as Spurs boss after he was temporarily handed the reigns following Jose Mourinho’s dismissal.
The north Londoners are desperate for the three points as they look to close the gap on the top four.
Most fans will likely switch over to BBC to catch Line of Duty when the football finishes on Sky Sports.
And presenter Kelly Cates made a quip towards the popular TV drama ahead of the Premier League match.
Tonight’s episode is expected to uncover the fourth H, which a leading figure of an Organised Crime Group (OCG, for those accustom with the show).
And Cates joked that Spurs striker Harry Kane was the one fourth man because he has recently become the fourth member of an exclusive Premier League group.
“We have found H,” presenter Kelly Cates quipped.
“Harry Kane is the fourth man… to score 25 goals in four seasons.”
Spurs boss Mason will be hoping Kane is easier to keep tabs on than H as he will be keen to see the striker extend his contract with the north Londoners.
“I’ve not spoken to Harry,” Mason said this week. “Harry is a constant professional.
“There haven’t been and there won’t be any conversations with me and him regarding anything apart from the training day or the match ahead.
“He’s one of the most professional guys I’ve ever met in my life so Harry Kane has been training excellently this week. He’ll be training excellently tomorrow, I know that, and he’ll be ready for the weekend.”
And on trying to close the gap to the Champions League places, he added: “We’ve got five cup finals. This weekend is a massive game for this football club.
“It’s important that we have the right mentality because it’s not easy to win games in the Premier League.
“We’ve had a week to prepare and a week to train, a week to work the players and come Sunday it’s a massive game for us as a group and as a football club.”
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