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Tag Archives: Mauricio Pochettino

Spurs Supporters Need To Give Mauricio Pochettino Time And Patience

Posted on by Matt Lichtenstadter
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For any Tottenham Hotspur fan, it must be extremely frustrating to lose to Newcastle United at home, especially on the day the club honored Bill Nicholson. For far too long these matches have been the club’s Achilles heel, and it’s almost … Continue reading

Analyzing Manchester City vs Tottenham; Premier League Tactics Corner, Gameweek 8

Posted on by Alex Fairchild
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Sergio Aguero is fast off the ball and perhaps even quicker with it at his feet. He skips by defenders in and around the 18-yard box weekly and evades them to find the two inches of space he needs to … Continue reading

Manchester City vs Tottenham: Predicted Lineups and Preview

Posted on by James Rodgers
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The first fixture to satisfy our insatiable desire for Premier League football after the international break is at the Etihad, as two of the current top six prepare to fight it out in this crucial early period (kickoff time is … Continue reading

Predicted Lineups – Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur

Posted on by Matt Lichtenstadter
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Derbies are brutal. This isn’t breaking news, but derbies are games that are woefully brutal on the supporters leading up to the match, and the games rarely live up to the pre-match hype. It’s not a stretch to say that … Continue reading

Tottenham Hotspur’s August-September Progress Report

Posted on by Matt Lichtenstadter
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If I was being my most Tottenham Hotspur and most cynical, the progress report would be short and only need a handful of words: “Tim Sherwood is gone, we made progress by default”. But, since I dare not be disingenuous … Continue reading

Tottenham vs Liverpool Predicted Lineups

Posted on by James Ferrier
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Two league wins, scoring five goals and conceding zero in the process have seen Tottenham Hotspur at the top of the table, although it is very early days. They entertain Liverpool on Sunday the 31st of August. The Merseyside team … Continue reading

With Adam Lallana Possibly On His Way, What Will A Pochettino Tottenham Team Look Like?

Posted on by Richard Sunley
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Now that Mauricio Pochettino has officially become Tottenham manager, the work to mold a team begins. Much has been made of the swashbuckling style of Southampton’s play under the Argentine coach. And Spurs fans will be expecting to see a … Continue reading

Uncertainty At Southampton Should Put Premier League Clubs On Alert

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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The future of Southampton FC has been thrown into doubt with the recent admission that chairman Nicola Cortese wishes to leave his position due to on-going disagreements with ownership over the running of the club. According to Sky Sports, it … Continue reading

The Special One Faces Off Against The Silent One When Chelsea Meets Southampton

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Mauricio Pochettino once referred to Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho as “the best of the best”. Prior to this weekend’s encounter at Stamford Bridge, the Southampton boss was asked to expound on his thoughts regarding ‘The Special One’. Pochettino rarely speaks … Continue reading

Why the Next 2 Weeks Will Determine If Southampton Are Ready For a Top Four Challenge

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Southampton is currently third in the Premier League table and have already taken points from English giants Liverpool and Manchester United. Their early season success raises the question: “When are people going to accept Southampton as a serious Top Four … Continue reading

Southampton Continue to Reach New Heights Under Mauricio Pochettino

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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One of the more interesting developments during the 2012-13 Premier League season was the firing of Southampton FC manager, Nigel Adkins. Prior to his sacking, Adkins had only lost twice over a stretch of twelve games. He had the best … Continue reading

La Liga Jornada 13 Review: Espanyol Might Actually Be For Real

Posted on by Andy Pineda

Under trainer Mauricio Pochettino, Espanyol has gone through one of these hot streaks in every season he has managed the club.  After the club fired José Manuel Esnal “Mané” in the middle of the 2008-09 season, they hired Mauricio Pochettino … Continue reading

Espanyol, the new golden boys of Catalunya?

Posted on by Matt Langille

As Florentino Perez continues to degrade an already absurd transfer market into new realms of travesty, changes of a more sensible nature are afoot in Catalunya. The air is still calm outside the Nou Camp as the stardust still settles … Continue reading