“Cheers, everyone’s crying” – Some Spurs fans react to club Tweet

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Dom Le Roy

It looks like some Spurs fans are still yet to get over Mauricio Pochettino’s departure, more than three months after the Argentine parted ways with the club.

Spurs hit new heights under Pochettino’s stewardship, challenging for the Premier League title on a couple of occasions and establishing themselves as Champions League regulars.

They came one step away from being crowned European champions at the end of last season but the team made a poor start to this campaign and were showing little signs of recovery.

While results initially improved after Jose Mourinho replaced Pochettino at the helm, the performances and results over recent weeks have been extremely poor and it seems as if some fans are missing the presence of the Argentine.

The former Spurs boss turned 48 years of age on Monday, while Harry Redknapp who shares the same birthday turned 73.

When the club wished their former bosses a happy birthday, it bought back some emotional memories for some Spurs fans.

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What Pochetttino did for us was special and he will always be remembered fondly by the White Hart Lane faithful despite failing to win any silverware during his time at the club. However, I believe it was clear that both he and the club needed a change. We now have to get behind Mourinho and ensure we back him to finish the rebuild that Pochettino began.

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