Mauricio Pochettino gives up on Tottenham Hotspur's title hopes

  • Posted on: 26 January 2018
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Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has admitted that Spurs' chances of securing a maiden Premier League title are pretty much over following Saturday's 1-1 draw versus West Bromwich Albion at the Wembley Stadium. The north London giants went down to an early Salomon Rondon goal and they had to wait until the 74th minute of the game to get an equaliser via Harry Kane.

Speaking after the game, Pochettino admitted that his side deserved more than a draw, whilst insisting that the gap to leaders Manchester City is 'massive', he said: "It is true the gap now is 10 points. It is massive in the Premier League, but now we need to be focused on trying to improve us and try to be more consistent here at Wembley. And try to win more games here like last season at White Hart Lane. It’s true it’s different to White Hart Lane. That is our reality, we cannot escape it. Our reality is we are playing here, waiting for our new stadium. That is not an excuse. The team is doing well and only disappointed because we dropped two points when we should have taken all three."

Mousa Sissoko Glad to Have Remained at Tottenham

  • Posted on: 30 October 2017
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Tottenham midfielder Moussa Sissoko appeared to be on the verge of leaving the club in the summer, but he has ended up staying and has been a crucial part of the campaign.

The midfielder was brought in from Newcastle entered for a then-club record fee of £ 30 million. His signing on transfer deadline day was seen something of an urgency from the club in order to increase the squad strength, but it certainly did not work out as expected. Sissoko struggled throughout the campaign and was relegated to the position of being an impact substitute towards the end of the campaign.

There were a lot of transfer rumours linking him with a return to French Ligue 1 with a number of clubs showing interest – including Marseille. However, the midfielder decided to stay in North London despite this being a World Cup year. French national team boss Didier Deschamps is someone who tries to prefer players who play regularly for their club teams. Hence, it was a major gamble from Sissoko to remain at Tottenham.

Stadium Construction Hit by Union Strike

  • Posted on: 11 October 2017
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There are rumours that Tottenham’s construction of a new 60,000 seater stadium could be delayed as a result of a strike action by Wolffkran. The club have been able to demolish the old White Hart Lane in order to construct a new stadium, which is being constricted at a cost of £ 700 million.

Once built, it may be the England’s most expensive stadium. It is expected to significantly boost Tottenham’s profile across the world while also bringing in significant revenue in the way of matchday income. Tottenham are currently playing at the new Wembley as a temporary home before the construction work ends.

Mauricio Pochettino Speaks Glowingly of new £40 million Star Davidson Sanchez

  • Posted on: 30 August 2017
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Tottenham finally spent money in the transfer market after bringing in Davidson Sanchez for a club record fee of £ 40 million.

The plan has been so far criticised for not spending any money after having finished second in the table last season. Tottenham also lost key players like Kyle Walker over the course of the summer. Hence, manager Mauricio Pochettino has had to prepare with a weaker squad than last season but one that had to handle the rigours of playing in the Champions League once again. There was also the expectation of having to win a trophy in order to keep players like Harry Kane and Dele Alli happy.

Pochettino happy at Spurs

  • Posted on: 13 July 2017
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Tottenham Hotspurs manager Mauricio Pochettino said that he is happy at the club and that he has no intention of going anywhere.

He stated that he has no buy-out option in his contract and that he will still be there next season.

He made this statement after rumors that Inter Milan, as well as Barcelona, was interested in the manager.

Tottenham Prepare To Lose Key Defender

  • Posted on: 16 June 2017
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Tottenham Hotspur could lose the services of defender Kyle Walker as early as this month with Manchester City keen on wrapping up a summer deal for his signature.

The England international was largely playing second fiddle to Kieran Trippier in the back end of the season after manager Mauricio Pochettino was impressed by his work rate on the field.

Tottenham ready for Arsenal game

  • Posted on: 4 May 2017
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Tottenham Hotspurs striker Harry Kane said that his team is ready for the match against Arsenal and that they will be doing everything they can in order to win the game.

He said that this is an important derby game and that it is important that the team win this match for the fans.

Kane said that the Tottenham Hotspurs fans have been massive during the whole campaign and it is important as a football club to give them something to cheer about. He said that there is still a chance for Tottenham Hotspurs to win the title and that they will be fighting until the very last game.


  • Posted on: 22 February 2017
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Tottenham Hotspur manager, Mauricio Pochettino has credited club’s chairman, Daniel Levy for transforming the side into one of the most financially stable club in the world, adding that they can now relax from the fear of losing the club’s best legs.

In past years, Spurs have been forced to sell stars to bigger clubs – notably Luka Modric and Gareth Bale to Spanish giants, Real Madrid. But Pochettino’s men have all signed new long-term contracts this season. However, Spurs’ hot form has recently triggered speculation about the futures of Kyle Walker, Danny Rose and Dele Alli, and with the club building a new £750 million home ground, there might be reasons for Levy to generate funds.

Mauricio Pochettino reckons Southampton Player was Special to them

  • Posted on: 28 January 2017
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Mauricio Pochettino reckons that whatever the Southampton faithful did when he visited them as an opposition coach 8 months back, one thing was clear from it that he was special for them.

If he had not been special for them and he had been just like other visiting coaches, they would just have supported their team like they normally do on the day of his visit as well and had done nothing unusual.