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Pochettino Chooses Spurs Loyalty Over Real Madrid Dream Job

Pochettino Chooses Spurs Loyalty Over Real Madrid Dream Job

Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino seems to have rejected the ‘dream’ job offer from Real Madrid, following the surprise departure of Zinedine Zidane just days after the Spanish giants won their third consecutive Champions League title. Loyalty to his current club appears to be the deciding factor for the Argentine coach. As soon as Zidane announced the bombshell that he was leaving Real Madrid, putting the inevitable disappointment aside, their supremo Florentino Pérez immediately set the wheels in motion towards…

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The Quarter Final Trail on New Turf

The Quarter Final Trail on New Turf

There has been much fuss made of the playing surface at Spotland Stadium in the run up to Rochdale’s FA Cup 5th Round clash with Tottenham Hotspur this weekend. Millwall had to suffer a torrid time on what was described as a beach by various pundits, and Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino was not happy with the prospect of his team playing under the same conditions. Rochdale were forced to make their third successive postponement of a League One game this…

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The Most Crucial Stage of the Season is Now

The Most Crucial Stage of the Season is Now

Tottenham Hotspur fans should have a very clear picture of exactly what their team can achieve this season come the end of January. Spurs play Manchester United at Wembley on the final day of that month, which is the last of five league games in January. Mauricio Pochettino’s side will then play Liverpool, Arsenal and Juventus in quick succession and it is vital that they go into those three games off the back of a successful start to 2018. Things…

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Swanning Around

Swanning Around

Tottenham are in desperate need of a big result. Back to back defeats at the hands of Monaco and Chelsea have dealt a serious blow to Spurs’ season, and while there is still a long way to go, a return to form prior to the all-important Christmas period is crucial. The victory over Manchester City aside, Mauricio Pochettino’s men are yet to hit the heights of last term, and I feel as though the unbeaten tag Spurs had in the…

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The Inexperience of Youth

The Inexperience of Youth

Ask the majority of Tottenham Hotspur fans prior to the start of last season, and they would have no doubt bitten your hand off for a 3rd place finish in the Premier League. Unfortunately, Spurs capitulated at the very end of the campaign, ultimately finishing a point behind bitter foes Arsenal. The rivalry between the two clubs is such that ending up below the Gunners will have hurt some of the Tottenham faithful more than missing out on the title…

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Pochettino Finally Gets His Man

Pochettino Finally Gets His Man

Although Southampton are usually happy to sell their best players for the right price, it has taken Mauricio Pochettino quite some time to capture the signature of midfielder Victor Wanyama, with a deal finally set to be completed in the next couple of days. The Saints have recently lost manager Ronald Koeman after the Dutchman made the move to Everton, and it’s likely that Wanyama felt he needed to leave St Marys to further his career. The lure of Champions…

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