Tottenham Hotspur have won just three games from eleven in all competitions so far this season, including embarrassing defeats to Colchester United, Bayern Munich, and Brighton.
This is certainly the lowest point so far in Pochettino’s reign, but it is not time to cause a divide within the fan base and the club as a whole.
I have seen plenty of Poch Out and Levy Out posts on social media over the past month and I just do not believe this is the way forward.
Pochettino transformed the club from a team not even challenging for the Europa League to Champions League regulars and finalists.
He led Tottenham to top-four finishes year in year out, even when the club were left without a home and forced to play 38 away games.
Poch has remained loyal with Spurs through some testing and frustrating times on his end and it is time for the fans to endure the same now.
Meanwhile, Levy has delivered one of the finest stadiums and training complexes in the world. He broke the club’s transfer record last summer and made an ambitious last-minute bid for Paulo Dybala, a real statement of intent (Sky Sports).
He put his faith in Pochettino and has run the club magnificently in terms of finances to fund the development projects.
To be honest, it is just unlucky that the new stadium fell upon a time in which Spurs had a golden generation type team.
However, both of these men have poured their heart and soul into the club to provide some of the highest moments in its history over the last five years.
The fact that some are willing to throw them under the bus at the slightest sign of trouble does not scream loyalty to me. Loyalty is a two-way street and I for one will be cheering the team, the manager, and the chairman on through these dark times.
This is when they need us most.
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