Journalist shares what he has heard about Pochettino exit rumours

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Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur have certainly not enjoyed the best of starts to the new Premier League season after only managing to win one of the opening three matches.

If you based a Premier League table on the last fifteen matches, Spurs would find themselves in the relegation zone with just fifteen points after winning just four matches, drawing three and suffering eight defeats (The Sun).

Football journalist Alasdair Gold has taken to Twitter to squash any speculation that Mauricio Pochettino could be set to walk away from the club.

After a disappointing performance in the 1-0 defeat to Newcastle United last weekend, Pochettino must now get his players ready for a trip to the Emirates to face Arsenal on Sunday.

Pochettino recently admitted that his squad is currently unsettled while the European transfer window remains open and will certainly be glad when it closes on Monday and the speculation about his players can be put to bed until January at least (Sky Sports).

Opinion

Talk of a Pochettino exit from Tottenham is extremely premature, we are going through a difficult patch and a win on Sunday in the North London derby will certainly lift everyone’s spirits.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Is it just me, or is anyone else just sick to the teeth of reading this constant nonsense about Pochettino leaving every five minutes? Honestly who writes this garbage anyway? Is the notion that if these journalists keep on insisting it will happen that at some point they’re likely to be right? Please, management longevity in football these days isn’t exactly the norm, but that doesn’t mean ridiculous journalists should keep writing utter rubbish every time there’s a minor blip, try and have some degree of credibility about yourselves and write with honesty not exaggeration and lies!

    • Well said.
      I see us getting spanked this weekend. I’m not gonna watch the game as we always seem to lose when I watch the game live so I don’t want to jinx it.

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