Mauricio Pochettino has spoken as PSG manager for the first time. In an interview with PSG TV the former Spurs manager said that 'it's not only important to win, it's win but with style'. This is Pochettino's first job in management after leaving Tottenham in November 2019. Pochettino played
What happened the last time José Mourinho led out a team against Tottenham? Mourinho came out fighting after that defeat, demanding “respect, respect, respect man”. What did he say to reporters after the match, while holding up three fingers? Mourinho’s first ever game against Tottenham, in September 2004, finished 0-0.
José Mourinho says taking over as Tottenham manager has left him “smiling for two days” and made a point of telling his predecessor, Mauricio Pochettino, the club would “always be his home”. Tottenham sent shockwaves through the Premier League on Wednesday when they followed the surprise news of Pochettino’s sacking with
Mauricio Pochettino defended his medical staff at Tottenham after the club’s 1-0 Champions League semi-final, first-leg defeat to Ajax was overshadowed by a sickening head injury to Jan Vertonghen which raised questions about concussion protocols. Tottenham struggle for firepower after Donny van de Beek strikes early for Ajax The Spurs centre-half
Mauricio Pochettino has said his gut feeling is Harry Kane would be fit for the Champions League final on 1 June, should Tottenham get past Ajax in the semi-finals. Kane sustained ankle ligament damage for the fifth time in three seasons during the first leg of the quarter-final victory against Manchester
The short interval since Tottenham’s wild, fun, chancy away-goals victory at Manchester City in the Champions League there has been a shared urge to draw the starkest of comparisons between the two clubs: their finances, their structure, the various degrees of faux-humble Jedi-cardigan fraudulence exhibited by their managers. It is
Mauricio Pochettino has admitted that had Tottenham lost against Manchester City in the Champions League quarter-final to a stoppage-time goal it would have represented the lowest moment of his managerial career and could have taken a “massive” emotional toll on his players. Three of five additional minutes had been played in