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Mauricio Pochettino is staying in the Premier League

  • Posted on: 3 March 2016
  • By: content

Mauricio Pochettino has pushed Tottenham Hotspur to the top 3 spots of the Premier League and after having claimed a 2-1 triumph over Manchester City, the Argentine coach is starting to turn heads around as he is making a huge impact in this season.

Tottenham Hotspur has turned into genuine contenders to win the Premier League title in this season along with Arsenal and Leicester City.

The Argentine manager of Tottenham Mauricio Pochettino is beginning to attract the attention of other top European clubs and it’s believed that he has even received managerial offers from teams in different leagues from across Europe and the world but Pochettino is only interested in staying in England as he considers the Premier League to be an extremely competitive league and Pochettino enjoys competing in such a combative league.

“I like England very much. My staff is happy, as are our families. The Premier League is the most competitive league and financially, it’s the strongest. There are all the conditions needed to carry on working here and to enjoy the culture that there is. You go to play at a stadium in the provinces and you find a crowd of 20,000. That’s worth a lot in terms of why we love this sport and have passion for it. England is the best place to enjoy what you do. Would I rule out a return to Spain? Never.’’ Tottenham’s Mauricio Pochettino said as he stated that he wants to continue competing in the Premier League and for the moment, the Argentine manager is not thinking about joining a different league.

Pochettino has organized a squad that has a mix of youth and experience and he believes that they have what it takes to win the Premier League. The younger players of the squad include: Harry Kane who is 22 years old, Dele Alli is 19 and Eric Dier with 21 years of age. Meanwhile some of the more experienced player are: Hugo Lloris, Jan Vertonghen and Mousa Dembele who are in their late 20’s.

This philosophy of having a mix between energy, explosiveness and maturity seems to be working out for Mauricio Pochettino as Tottenham Hotspur are one of the clubs that are on the fore front of becoming the new champions of England.