“Get Poch out” – Some Spurs fans share three-word reactions to Sheffield Utd draw

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Some Tottenham Hotspur fans have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts on the 1-1 draw with Sheffield United.

Fans have been reacting with their three-word summaries of the draw against the Premier League newcomers.

The point means that Spurs have only managed to win three of their twelve top flight matches which means their tally of 14 points is their lowest after 12 games to a Premier League season since 2008-09.

After taking the lead through Heung-min Son in the second half, which was the South Korean’s fifth goal in his last five games for Tottenham in all competitions, Mauricio Pochettino’s side were once again unable to hold onto a lead.

The North London outfit have lost more points from winning positions than any other Premier League side this season (12).

After beating Red Star Belgrade 4-0 on Wednesday evening, there was hope from some fans that the result could help to kick-start their season, however, it proved to be yet another false dawn.

Here’s how some Spurs fans reacted to the draw.

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  1. If poch is as good a coach as people have said in the past why are we struggling. We have one of the best strikers in the world in Sony, eriksen, alli we have what are supposed to be top top players who could walk into any team so why can we not beat Sheffield and Watford. No disrespect to them as I feel they were the better team when we played them so why. Truth is poch sadly has run his course. We either ditch him and move on again or we stick and start again. Either way I can’t see sonny and Harry hanging around come the summer. Sadly that leaves us with aurier and alli. The futures well I don’t even want to consider it.

  2. Pochettino put Spurs on the map and has not been fully supported by the board in terms of new personnel. He has been the best manager Spurs have ever had and to suggest we get rid of him is very short sighted. We need to give him our complete backing rather than stabbing him in the back. I have been a life long supporter and what Poch has achieved in his five years as our manager is nothing short of miraculous. No we haven’t won any trophies and his decision making at times has me confused. Naturally I am as frustrated as most Spurs fans and our football over the last 3months has been abject but to change our manager now would in my view,be foolhardy. Poch has achieved world wide acclaim on a shoestring budget and has not been supported by Mr Levy. He is the best man to turn our very poor season around, so I suggest we all get behind him and the team rather than write negative comments. Of course you are entitled to you opinion but mine is different from yours.


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