Report: Spurs hint they are not planning for managerial change in near future

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur have deployed a three-pronged attack in recent years, with Mauricio Pochettino as manager, Daniel Levy as chairman, and Steve Hitchin as head scout.

However, the Lilywhites have seen a sharp drop in fortunes since their Champions League Final defeat at the hands of Liverpool.

Just three wins from eleven games this season, ninth in the Premier League, knocked out of the League Cup, joint bottom of their group in the Champions League, Spurs are in the midst of a nightmare.

However, the Daily Mail claim that Spurs have now indicated that they do not expect a managerial change in the near future, despite the poor run of form.

The report says that Steve Hitchin has been spending time scouting in Argentina, Pochettino’s home country, which they believe hints at faith in the gaffer.

Besides England, Argentina is the best-represented country within the current Spurs squad, with Juan Foyth, Erik Lamela, Paulo Gazzaniga, and Giovani Lo Celso.

Spurs Web Opinion:

I think the whole scouting in Argentina link is a bit of a stretch. Spurs can scout wherever they want, no matter who their manager is. However, I do agree with the general sentiment that Pochettino is going nowhere anytime soon.

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