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Mauricio Pochettino was dismissed as the manager of Tottenham Hotspur after five and a half years.
The news was confirmed in a statement by the Spurs Club on Tuesday, with the chairman Daniel Levy, who said:
" We were extremely reluctant to make that change Unfortunately, the national results at the end of last season and at the beginning of this season were extremely disappointing. "
The Argentine starts with Spurs, who scored 14 points after 12 games Premier League 14th place is:
Since the 3: 1 Defeating Leicester City on 10 February, Tottenham have scored only six wins in 24 games in the English top league and are currently in a 5-game run with no victory in the league.
Pochettino led Tottenham to their first UEFA Champions League final in June, losing 2-0 to Liverpool. However, the association's hierarchy believes that this was just a revision of some fundamental issues.
Early 2019-20 This season saw both problems outside the field and problems, not least the apparent disinterest of players such as Christian Eriksen, Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld, all of whom joined together [19459008waren] ] with outputs:
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Pochettino stirred up the negativity around Spurs as the battles for Prem Lge continued. Even victories were transformed into moments in which one had to complain.
Although the 47-year-old did not win a trophy, he was rated remarkably high in four consecutive CL qualifiers and the final for a club that did not spend a lot of money.
19659007] Sachin Nakrani @ SachinNakrani
Summarizes it pretty well. #Poch fired?! I did not think it was that far … # Spurs fans … what do you think about that ?!
He has overseen one of the most successful periods in Tottenham's history and established the club as Champions League regular:
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ottenTottenham's record in the PL era:
4⃣ top 4 finishes under Pochettino (5 seasons)
2⃣ Pochettino's Top 4 Placements (22 Seasons) https://t.co/2YRa83636R[19659032<Pochettino'sDebutfromSpurs is likely to attract interest from many other top clubs across Europe:
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Pochettino is really spoiled for choice when he decides to re-enter the business. An instant upgrade for the incumbent at Bayern, Juve, Barcelona and probably Real Madrid, before even mentioning PL teams, one of the best in the world, has just become available. Now the time might be right.
Tottenham return to Premier League on Saturday as they visit West Ham United.