It has been an emotional rollercoaster for the Spurs fans over the last 24 hours, as they not only watched their beloved Pochettino get the sack as manager, but they saw divisive figure Jose Mourinho appointed.
Tottenham had taken just 14 points from a possible 36 in the Premier League this season, with no away wins and just three victories in total.
Despite a fourth-place finish last season and ambitions of improving this year, Spurs currently sit 14th in the Premier League, closer to relegation than the Champions League spots.
However, many are still gutted to see Pochettino leave, as he has been a figure of development and change across his five and a half years at the club.
Poch took the young Tottenham stars, like Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Harry Winks, and co, nurturing them into some of the Premier League’s best.
He will leave a legacy behind him, and some players have been quick to thank Poch on social media.
We already reported Harry Kane and Dele Alli’s reactions, but check out what Son, Gazzaniga, and Walker-Peters had to say:
Por siempre agradecido por su confianza y por lo mucho que aprendí de ustedes dentro y fuera de la cancha. Les deseo siempre lo mejor.
Thank you for your confidence and for all I’ve learned from you on and off the pitch. I wish you always the best Mauricio, Toni, Miguel and Jesus pic.twitter.com/T3pOhXDxD4
— Paulo Gazzaniga (@GazzanigaPaulo) November 20, 2019
It’s been an honour to have had the opportunity to play under one of the best managers in world football. Thank you for everything you, Jesus, Miguel and Toni have done for me, I will be forever grateful. I wish you nothing but success in your future. Thank you! ? pic.twitter.com/c0LM4h32fA
— Kyle Walker-Peters (@KWPeters) November 20, 2019
Gaffer. I’ll be forever thankful to you for helping me achieve my dreams. We’ve had some amazing moments in the last 5 and a half years that I will never forget. You were my manager but my friend as well and I thank you for that relationship. Good luck with your next chapter! ? pic.twitter.com/u64RXV7wd4
— Harry Kane (@HKane) November 20, 2019
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