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The Debate: Difficult moment for Mauricio Pochettino and Tot

Postby chanoudom » 2018-09-19 04:28

The Debate: Difficult moment for Mauricio Pochettino and Tottenham

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ส โบ เบ ท Mauricio Pochettino and Tottenham are going through a "difficult moment" and lack of investment in the summer may come back to hurt them, say The Debate panel. Spurs lost their third game on the trot for the first time under Pochettino as two late Inter Milan goals gave them a 2-1 victory at the San Siro in the opening Champions League Group B clash.

Spurs were without the injured Dele Alli and Hugo Lloris, and left Kieran Trippier and Toby Alderweireld at home for "technical reasons". ส โบ เบ ท Speaking on The Debate, Chelsea Women manager Emma Hayes said some of Spurs' players may be jaded from recent seasons, not just the World Cup, and added that Harry Kane's form may be more reflective of the team as a whole than his individual performances.

"It's a difficult moment for Spurs, and a difficult moment for Pochettino. He has no new players in which to keep the environment fresh. "He has a group of players which you can see some are jaded, and I can't just say from the World Cup but from the last couple of years. "Once again, the way of playing and pressing under Pochettino is very demanding. Perhaps there is the fall-out effect of that for Tottenham at the moment.

"Let's see where [Kane] ends up. ส โบ เบ ท Spurs in general are struggling going forward, and you're only as good as the players around you. And if they're not creating the chances."Spurs have opened up quite poorly, they look lethargic and quite unsure of what they're doing, and that's very un-Pochettino like. I'm not sure Pochettino knows his best side, and their best players aren't producing just yet."
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*** head coach Unai Emery targeting trophies over top fo

Postby chanoudom » 2018-09-23 03:05

*** head coach Unai Emery targeting trophies over top four

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sbo128 Unai Emery insists he is prioritising trophies over a top-four Premier League finish during his first season as *** head coach. Under previous manager *** Wenger, the Gunners were criticised for what some saw as the emphasis they placed on finishing in the top four each season, rather than competing for titles.

However, they have finished outside the top four for the last two seasons - thereby missing out on a Champions League place - and Emery is focused on halting that run. sbo128 Asked whether he would rather return to the Champions League by finishing in the top four or winning the Europa League, he replied: "One choice? For me, the Europa League is very important.

"It is one title and I think for us, every title is the best way, the best performance, the best future." However, the former Sevilla boss - who won three Europa Leagues in a row during his time in Spain - is not underestimating the importance of the Premier League.

sbo128 "The Premier League is very important because I think it is the first competition of importance for us, because that gives us the big credibility on this season," he said. "Thirty-eight matches give us and give them (opponents) the clarity to show who is the best for the top four. "It is clear that we have a very, very competitive team to do that - I am confident in my team."
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