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Son Heung-Min Told A Mistake That Could End His Career

The father of Son Heung-Min Despite Son Woong-min Junior's best efforts in the Premier League over the past few years, his father still refuses to consider him in the list of world-class players.

Since joining Spurs Hotspur from Bayer Leverkusen in 2015, South Korean international Son Heung-Min has been a dominant force in the Premier League.

The South Korean captain has been an integral part of the Tottenham Hotspur team since his entrance in the Premier League, earning him the role of captain both of his North London club and of the Premier League as a whole. And although if he was unable to guide Tottenham to a championship, his individual accomplishments are undeniable.

This time last year, the 29-year-old was in a tight contest for the Premier League golden boot with Mohamed Salah.

While his father recognizes his son's prodigious output, he advises that he not slack off if he wants to continue to be a major factor in the world of professional football.

If Son slows down and settles for his success as a football player, his father says, he faces a crisis that could spell the end of his brilliant career.

"He has to put up more effort and make greater headway. A crisis is imminent if he is content with his current level of success. Do you think he needs to push himself to improve in order to maintain peak performance? I'd rather have him strive to improve by 10% every year than be content with where he is."

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