Rachel Peters Wiki – Rachel Peters Biography
Rachel Peters is the partner of Ryan Mason. He is an English former professional footballer and manager who played as a midfielder. He is currently the interim head coach of Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur.
Mason progressed through the youth ranks at Tottenham Hotspur and made his first-team debut in 2008. He was loaned to Yeovil Town, Doncaster Rovers, Millwall, Lorient, and Swindon Town, and played his first Premier League match for Tottenham in 2014. After establishing himself in the Tottenham first-team squad, he made his full international debut for England in March 2015. Mason moved to Hull City in 2016 for a club-record fee, where he suffered a fractured skull in January 2017 in a match against Chelsea. After a prolonged treatment and on the advice of medical specialists, he retired from competitive football in February 2018.
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Rachel Peters & Ryan Mason
Ryan Mason got engaged to his stunning long-term girlfriend Rachel Peters in 2017 just ten weeks before suffering his horror head injury against Chelsea.
Delighted Rachel shared pictures of the special moment as she cuddled Ryan – who switched to Hull from Tottenham last year – with the Dubai skyline in the background. She said on Instagram: “Tonight the love of my life got down on one knee and I said yes!!!”
Brunette Rachel also uploaded a picture of her sitting by the pool with flowers and champagne and wrote: “Back home after the best weekend ever.”
Together they have a son in 2017 and a daughter in 2019. On her Instagram bio, she writes, Mummy to George and Beatrice.
Ryan Mason makes a winning start at Tottenham thanks to Son’s penalty
Former midfielder Mason, 29, who retired from playing in 2018 after suffering a fractured skull, has been working with the club’s academy. He took first-team training on Monday following Mourinho’s departure.
“It’s no secret I love this club. To spend 20 years of my 29 years involved, it’s in my heart, my blood,” he said. I’ve always felt a massive connection with the fans. I’ve always felt loved. I’ll give my all to this group of players to win matches. I feel immense pride.”
Tottenham host Southampton in the Premier League on Wednesday and meet Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final at Wembley on Sunday. Chris Powell and Nigel Gibbs have been named interim assistant head coaches, with Michel Vorm as interim goalkeeping coach. Ledley King will continue in his role as the first-team assistant.
Chairman Daniel Levy said: “We have great belief in this squad of talented players. We have a cup final and six Premier League games ahead of us and we shall now focus all our energies on achieving a strong finish to the season. England striker Harry Kane could miss the final after suffering an ankle injury in Mourinho’s last game, a 2-2 draw at Everton on Friday. He missed training on Tuesday.
Mason said: “We are taking it day by day. We are not sure about the weekend yet.”
Spurs had been warned, having enjoyed a remarkable let-off in the second minute when the unmarked Mohammed Salisu headed Nathan Tella’s free-kick at Hugo Lloris. Che Adams had to score on the rebound only to volley too close to the goalkeeper, who produced a fine block. Southampton’s other early moment followed a Jan Bednarek through-ball and an error from Reguilón. Lloris left his line smartly to stifle Kyle Walker-Peters.
Spurs had to be more assertive in the second half and they were, setting up higher and coming to control the game. It was difficult to remember Southampton escaping their half.
Bale woke up. There was one lovely flick from him to tee up Son whose blast was blocked by Bednarek, and his goal followed a slick Spurs build-up, Tanguy Ndombele, and Son combining to set up Lucas Moura whose shot broke off Salisu. Bale narrowed the focus, taking two touches to work the position and picking out the far top corner.
Spurs thought they had the winner when Son swept home from Reguilón’s cut-back after a flowing move only for VAR to rule Moura was in an offside position in the eyeliner of Alex McCarthy. The technology, though, turned into Spurs’ friend after Djenepo’s rush of blood.
Ralph Hasenhüttl professed himself as “empty” and Mason could savor a special feeling. “It’s been a whirlwind few days,” he said. “We were outstanding in the second half. That was how we want to be.”