In an interview with TalkSPORT, Tottenham’s famous Marbut talked about the work he did with the Tottenham Foundation during the epidemic. He said: “During the past 6 months, I spent 2 hours a day with 70 to 95 years old. Years old fans talking."
In the interview, Mabut said: "During the past 6 months, I have spent 2 hours a day talking to fans aged 70 to 95. You can tell whether they are in a happy mood or not. Struggling."
"If they have problems, the Tottenham Foundation will send a medical expert who can step in and provide assistance, including food delivery."
"So to be honest, I have made 978 calls so far. In general, the fans are in a good mood."
"We have some cases where the club stepped in and provided some help. But overall, it was very pleasant and helpful."
Marbut also praised the work of team chairman Levi in the interview: "Levy has worked very hard in the past few weeks to ensure that he can be in place when opportunities arise."
"As soon as the opportunity came, Levi took the shot. They were able to make a deal with Huang Maida, and when they agreed to pay part of the salary, the deal was completed."
"It's so fast. He also brought in Reggie Ron, who is also an outstanding player with great potential."
"Look at the victory against Southampton, it shows how things affect each other."