Pochettino responds to claims that there needs to be a change of manager at Spurs

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Tottenham Hotspur have fallen to yet another defeat in the Premier League, their third of the season so far, with only eight games played.

Spurs have only managed three wins so far this season in eleven games across all competitions, and have now conceded ten goals in the last two fixtures alone.

A win over Brighton this weekend would have been the perfect way to bounce back from their embarrassing Champions League defeat at the hands of Bayern Munich.

However, a 3-0 drubbing on the South Coast was the order of the day, with the home side outplaying and outclassing a stumbling Spurs.

Mistakes after mistakes from those at the back saw Tottenham’s defence split wide open yet again this season, while their attackers were unable to fashion much in the way of a clear chance all game.

Some pundits in the studio, such as Joe Cole, have claimed that there needs to be a change at Spurs, in the players and manager.

Poch was informed about his in his post-match press conference (Football London): “I don’t think I need to show my commitment. I’m not going to be sarcastic, my commitment is there after five and a half years. Of course, the pundits on the TV needs to talk and give their opinion. They are there like you are going to write in your newspaper and everything. In my position, I need to accept all the criticism. The same when you praise me or the team. I’m going to accept it in the same way and it’s not going to change my vision, from your or the pundit because you’re criticising me or describing a situation differently to what you expect or see.

“I know very well that business. Only what I really know is the faith and belief are there. I am so strong with that and until the end, I’m going to try to give my best. After it is not my decision.”

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