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Mauricio Pochettino Was So Successful

He Couldn’t Win

Pochettino transformed Tottenham into a club that could not afford to fail, and in doing so guaranteed that he would.
In the long, slow weeks before last season’s Champions League final, Tottenham Manager Mauricio Pochettino did not lose much sleep over his team’s physical state. It was, after all, the end of the season. His players had the miles of nine fierce, relentless months in their legs; their bodies needed a little rest and a little fine-tuning, but that was all.

Instead, he poured all of his energies into sharpening their minds. Pochettino has always held a few — by soccer standards — left-field convictions: his belief in auras; a devoutly held but rarely explained spirituality; his tendency (shared, as it happens, with Pep Guardiola) to have an incense stick burning in his office.

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https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/19/sports/soccer/spurs-manager-mauricio-pochettino.html

Yes indeed, Levy's shameful scapegoating of Pochettino has reached the other side of the Atlantic. It is Levy who is to blame in this affair. And Tottenham will be nothing until ENIC sells out!

posted on 20/11/19

Spot on.

posted on 20/11/19

Poch was a victim of his own success. He set his own high standards and then fell well well below them.

Levy i guess felt he had to act but the players are the ones who have tacked poch over.

posted on 20/11/19

I’m not angry about the sacking, I get it. But the appointment of mourinho is so very wrong that I have to say Daniel levy is incompetent .

Spurs, my friends, are f a cked.

Bet Boris wins too 😢

posted on 20/11/19

comment by Smeg (U6574)
posted 2 minutes ago
I’m not angry about the sacking, I get it. But the appointment of mourinho is so very wrong that I have to say Daniel levy is incompetent .

Spurs, my friends, are f a cked.

Bet Boris wins too 😢
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Johnson & Mourinho.

Two vile unts.

comment by sandy (U20567)

posted on 20/11/19

comment by Tottenham Chronic (U3423)
posted 12 minutes ago
Poch was a victim of his own success. He set his own high standards and then fell well well below them.

Levy i guess felt he had to act but the players are the ones who have tacked poch over.
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What success Chronic, he didn`t win a bean, I don`t count a few top four finishes as success. I will shed no tears for him. At least now whatever thinks about Mourinho, Spurs have a manager with a winners mentality at the club.

posted on 20/11/19

Totally agree

#ENIC OUT!

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