Tottenham Hotspur is one of the well-run clubs in the English Premier League and posses one of the youngest bright coach in football in Mauricio Pochettino. The club with the 6th largest wage bill in England has consistently made the Champions League places in the past four years.

However, with no trophy to show for it, there is a sense the Spurs are going through a similar patch to the trophyless period of Arsene Wenger. Both clubs have similarities in that Arsenal had just constructed a new stadium that led to a spendthrift nature for the club.
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Tottenham is keen on Torino midman Soualiho Meite, as indicated by reports in Italy. Tottenham selected to keep their powder dry the previous summer as Daniel Levy ruled against authorizing any approaching arrangements. And keeping in mind that they have indicated few impacts of neglecting to reinforce, there are fears Mauricio Pochettino’s squad needs profundity. Tottenham have been connected with a lot of potential exchange focuses with the January window currently going all out.

Italian outlet Calcio Mercato guarantee Meite’s exhibitions for Torino have pulled in the consideration of Tottenham. He has been connected with a lot of potential exchange focuses on the January window presently going all out. Italian outlet MercatoCalcio guarantee Meite’s exhibitions for Torino have pulled in the consideration of Tottenham. The previous France Under-20 worldwide has inspired in Serie A this season, showing up.
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Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino said that he has no intention of leaving the Spurs at the moment and that he wants to finish what he has started. He said that he has invested a lot of time and energy in the building on this side and that he wants to win trophies with them.

He believes that this is an exciting moment for Tottenham Hotspur with the construction of their new stadium and he said that he wants to reap what he has sown. He said that the London side has a wonderful team and that he wants to see them win trophies.
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In place of Kane, the name of Dier was given for the Three Lions victory against Switzerland post the striker was being rested.  There was a goal scored by Marcus Rashford and that was a huge difference seen between the 2 sides. It featured a mix of 3 players from the Reds. Trent Alexander Arnold and Jordan Henderson joined from England and Xherdan Shaqiri took the central attacker’s role for Switzerland.

As far as the Liverpool’s take on Tottenham, both sides are quite anxious and trying to ensure that both their internationals reach home safe and sound post the match with no injuries. The trio from Brazil Fabinho, Alisson and Firmino were being left from their game for El Salvador. Joe Gomez, the defender was not chosen by Gareth Southgate, the manager for the night class that took place on Tuesday. Mauricio Pochettino was glad that the injury of Dele Alli would not stop the midfielder to participate in the game during the weekend. He would be happy indeed that the player successfully managed to have Alli withdraw from the squad of England.
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Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino said that he is happy with the London club and that he is not leaving anytime soon. However, he does appear to leave the door open for a potential deal with Real Madrid but he said that at the moment he wants to focus on his job with Tottenham Hotspur.


He said that this is an exciting time for the Spurs and that they will be soon moving to their new stadium. He said that he wants to be part of the team that will help Tottenham Hotspur win a trophy and that he is determined to bring some glory to the London team.
He said that there is a fantastic squad at the club and that he wants to help them win something big. He believes that the fans have been amazing ever since he has taken charge of the club and that he is sure that sooner or later the team will start winning trophies.
Mauricio Pochettino said that the team is still young and that they will become better in the future. He said that he is working on some additions to make the team stronger and help them compete with the likes of Manchester City and Manchester United.
He believes that the new stadium will allow the team to generate more funds for transfer and further help them to compete with teams that are above them in the table. He said that the objective of the team next season will be not only to challenge for the Premier League title but also the Champions League.
He believes that the players are hungry and are desperate to win a first trophy. He believes that this will provide the necessary motivation for them to give their best on the pitch.


Tottenham Hotspurs coach Mauricio Pochettino has praised his striker Harry Kane for scoring 100 goals for Spurs.

He said that this is a wonderful achievement for the player and that shows the quality of the striker.

The striker managed to achieve this feat in the game against Everton where he scored two goals to help his team win the game by 3-0.

Mauricio Pochettino said that for a striker it is important to score goals and that it is important for his confidence. Indeed Harry Kane scored two goals for England last week, and this time he managed a double with his club.

The first goal scored by Harry Kane appeared to be a fluke, and the player himself later admitted that it was intended for a cross but Mauricio Pochettino believes that this is not important. He said that the job of a striker is to score goals and Harry Kane is doing the job that is expected of him. Continue Reading


Christian Eriksen of Tottenham Hotspurs is ready to make one of those key decisions top football talents face at one point or the other in their career. He has been prolific at White Hart Lane.

As the fans said their goodbyes to the stadium at the end of this season, it seems that would also be the last time they see the Dane. Since his arrival in the summer of 2013, Eriksen has been growing from strength to strength. This season, he proved what an important player he is to the young and dynamic team led by Mauricio Pochettino.

He helped the team finish second in the Premier League, with him contributing 12 goals and helping teammates get theirs 23 times. He deservingly nicked the Tottenham Player of the Year award as fans voted. Continue Reading


Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur could lose one of their best legs this summer going by reports in England that Kyle Walker is having a row with his manager Mauricio Pochettino.

Walker reportedly wants away from White Hart Lane this summer and he was left off the team again. The right back who has been named two times in the PFA Team of the Year is a top target for many sides in Europe.

Manchester United, and Manchester City are the top sides chasing his signature in England, with other clubs keen on getting him as well. Spurs have enjoyed an impressive run this year. They are in no rush to sell their coveted stars as they remain focused on building an award winning team.

With the speculations going round if Spurs want to allow any player leave, it would likely be Walker. He could easily provide a return of £35-40million. The money could help the club invest in options that would prove helpful in retaining other stars like Dele Alli, Harry Kane, Danny Rose and others. Continue Reading


The 2017 summer transfer window opens up on July 1st and even though it’s over 3 months away from happening, Mauricio Pochettino has already revealed details concerning which potential players he wants to sign.

According to the 45 year old Argentinean manager of Tottenham Hotspur Mauricio Pochettino has recently stated that he does not want to focus solely on the abilities of the possible players that could arrive in a few months’ time as Pochettino said:

“Even though Newell’s Old Boys were a medium-level club in Argentina, we won three titles. It was an important time for me to understand that even though you can add good players and staff from outside the club, the academy is important as that is the identity of the club’’

“For a big club, it always seems more important to spend money on players from outside than give a chance to a younger player, but we have shown that we trust in the academy and if they have faith in us, these players can have the chance to play in the first team. We try to sign players who can improve our squad not only in terms of football quality. If they are very good people, it is even better. We are a company. Football is the most important thing but it is not only about football.” Continue Reading


Tottenham Hotspur record-breaking summer signing Moussa Sissoko has admitted that he needs time to settle in and get used to how things are ran at White Hart Lane.

The former Newcastle man joined Pochettino’s side in the crazy hours of last transfer window’s deadline day for £30 million.

The France international have however found it difficult to settle into Spurs’ set-up, a big surprise since he was already accustomed to playing in the Premier League from his time at the Newcastle United.

Last game’s 3-nil drubbing of Hull City was his first start on the back of an impressive substitute cameo against Manchester United in Sunday’s one-nil loss.

Prior to those two matches, Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino sounded out a warning to the former Toulouse man, charging him to fight for a place on the starting line-up and justify Tottenham’s outlay on him. With the two impressive outings he seems to be answering the questions asked of him

“For me the manager said what he thinks, forme it was the same,just to come into training and try to give my best. I know what I can do for the team, I know what my level is,” said the 27-year-old. Continue Reading