Tag Archives: Mauricio Pochettino

Spurs start to 2016 in review and why we can beat Manchester City

Pochettino is on a run

Firstly an apology. I’ve been very busy of late and haven’t had the chance to update the blog recently. I’ll try to post more regularly in future.

It’s been a fantastic new year for Spurs, four straight wins lifting us above Manchester City and Arsenal into second spot. Only Leicester sit above us. Whisper it, this is a real title challenge. Continue reading

A look at how Pochettino’s Spurs have changed this season through statistics

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This season it feels like Mauricio Pochettino has finally got his Tottenham side playing the way he wants them to. There’s been a definite progression from last year. But do Spurs’ underlying numbers support this assertion?
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Southampton Spurs Preview – Koeman vs. Pochettino’s Southampton stats

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Mauricio Pochettino faces his old side this Saturday as Spurs travel to Southampton for the early kick-off.

The south coast side have been one of the more interesting stories of the season. Seemingly in Continue reading

Spurs 0 Aston Villa 1 – dispiriting loss as Sherwood gets some revenge

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This was not how it as supposed to be. Tim Sherwood returned to White Hart Lane and left with three valuable points in Villa’s bid for Premier League survival, while Mauricio Pochettino was left regretting another missed opportunity.

In his brief but turbulent reign at Tottenham, Sherwood alienated players and fans. His teams often seemed a collection of individuals without an identity. Despite his obvious flaws – and there were many – he did manage to Continue reading

Spurs’ transfer window reviewed – more Bent-aleb or Bent-ley?

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The winter transfer window closed this week with a whimper. Not much happened at Spurs but then not much happened full stop – pity the poor Sky Sports News’ presenters.

Predictably the two biggest signings were  Continue reading

Problems at Spurs but there’s a glimmer of hope

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Morale is pretty low at Spurs after a summer of optimism. Some might say nothing much changes.

I still think that Pochettino is the man for the job but I am starting to worry about the players. They have ability but the overall blend seems wrong, they don’t fit the manager’s preferred style and Continue reading