Mauricio Pochettino

Tottenham plan a £35 million swoop for West Ham’s young star – Football Article

Tottenham are planning a £35 million swoop for West Ham midfielder Declan Rice, according to The Express. With the last six months being spent questioning who Rice will be playing for on the international stage, fans are now wondering who the central midfielder will be playing for at a club level as well, with both Liverpool and Spurs reportedly interested in the 20-year-old. The current Republic of Ireland international, which could potentially change to England international, has made 22 appearances…

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Time for Demarai Gray to justify his price tag with Leicester City – Football Weeks – Football Article

Leicester City winger Marc Albrighton has been ruled out of action for the rest of this campaign due to hamstring injury and that’s a big miss for the Foxes who have been underperforming since the turn of the year. Demarai Gray is Albrighton’s perfect replacement As much as the former Premier League Champions have some young players — including Barnes Harvey and Rachid Ghezzal — to replace the speedy winger, Demarai Gray appears to be the best player to replace…

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Pochettino answers questions over Zidane restaurant photos – Football Article

Date published: Friday 8th February 2019 2:30 Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has responded to rumours that he met up for a meal with former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane on Tuesday evening. Pochettino and Zidane have both been heavily linked with the Manchester United job, while the Argentinian has been a rumoured target for Real in the past. And The Sun reported on Thursday that Pochettino had dined with the France legend and left via the back door, ‘sparking Real Madrid…

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More On The Current State Of The Big Six In The Premier League Title Race – Football Article

Is the race for the Premier League title just between two horses? Are Tottenham good enough or consistent enough to be considered contenders? What about Chelsea, United and the other London failures Arsenal? Here we take a look at the current top three with more to follow another time.    Liverpool Having managed to achieve the lofty status, (somehow), of league leaders, Klopp’s merry men need to guard against complacency. Why, you may wonder, would they get complacent at this…

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Is Pochettino Really Still In The Frame For The United Job? – Football Article

One gets the distinct impression that some Tottenham Hotspur fans would not be too disappointed if Mauricio Pochettino left for Manchester United in the Summer. One also gets the distinct impression that, if Spurs could get Ole Gunnar Solskjær to make the reverse trip, these same fans would be very pleased indeed. The Argentinean has very recently fallen foul of a few of the faithful by stating that trophies are not important, that they are just “ego-boosters” and don’t necessarily…

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Solskjær Is Proof That Woodward Should Stick To The Homemade Recipe And Pochettino Is Failing The Audition Anyway – Football Article

Ed Woodward likes a superstar. He likes to associate with them and he likes, whenever possible, to buy one for the club. He is typical of one suffering from “little man” syndrome. He has power at Old Trafford, of that there is no doubt, but he wields it as many little men have done over the course of history, just without the violence. He tends to be dictatorial as was shown by his immediate rush to recruit firstly Louis van…

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Could Solskjær Really Get The United Job Permanently? – Football Article

Having won his first five games in charge, albeit against opposition even one of Fergie’s first three replacements may have expected to beat, expectations are high at Old Trafford. The fans, the real ones and the plastic, are starting to feel a sense of optimism about the future. It is not only the five wins which, as we said, weren’t achieved against the highest quality opponents, but it is the way in which they were achieved particularly the style of…

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Who could realistically replace Mauricio Pochettino at Tottenham? – Football Weeks – Football Article

Credit – Shutterstock.com Tottenham Hotspur are currently in possession of one of the most sought after managers in world football, Mauricio Pochettino and with rumours continuing to float around that the Argentine is set to leave the club, just who could sufficiently replace him. With Real Madrid and Manchester United both expected to hire a new manager come the summer, the lure of either of these two European heavyweights could be enough to prise Pochettino from Spurs’ grasp, even if…

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Chelsea aim to hijack Spurs star’s potential La Liga move – Football Article

Chelsea are interested in signing Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Christian Eriksen, according to Spanish outlet AS. The Dane has just 18 months left to run on his current deal at Spurs and it’s reported that he is not yet close to agreeing a new contract. Real Madrid have been linked with a swoop for the 26-year-old but they will now reportedly face competition from the Stamford Bridge outfit for the playmaker’s signature. The attacking midfielder told Goal that he turned down a move to…

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Ole Gunnar Solskjær Named On United Bench Again! – Football Article

He’s back! Having failed in Cardiff to which the general reaction was “so what?”, the Norwegian returns to Manchester United as caretaker manager until the end of the season at which stage the seat will be judged to have been sufficiently warmed for the derrière of Mauricio Pochettino, (unless, of course, Solskjær can win the Champion’s League, the FA cup and finish in the top four). He will be assisted by Mike Phelan who has the undoubted experience of having…

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Could Solskjær Really Get The United Job Permanently? – Football Article

Having won his first five games in charge, albeit against opposition even one of Fergie’s first three replacements may have expected to beat, expectations are high at Old Trafford. The fans, the real ones and the plastic, are starting to feel a sense of optimism about the future. It is not only the five wins which, as we said, weren’t achieved against the highest quality opponents, but it is the way in which they were achieved particularly the style of…

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Sky Sports pundit says Mauricio Pochettino should stick with Tottenham – Football Article

Sky Sports pundit Matt Le Tissier believes Mauricio Pochettino should ignore the advances of Manchester United and stay at Tottenham. The former Southampton man was answering the question of whether the Argentine should consider taking the job at Old Trafford? In response, Le Tissier had no doubt what he thinks Pochettino should do. He told Sky Sports:  “Given the two decisions I made in my career, I would stick with Spurs. In terms of job security, he is better off…

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