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Management Mauricio Pochettino

Discussion in 'Tottenham Hotspur' started by WHITE&BLUE, 15 Jan 2014.

  1. Boltonspur

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    Poch is clearly a very intelligent man. I Hope and pray that he never looks at a football forum & particularly this one. Some of the shit on here is IQ sapping
     
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  2. sammyspurs

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    Just noticed that John ThomasJohn Thomas also said this

    You think accepting a £3.5million a year pay rise, before the transfer window even got going, proves Poch was delighted with the way the window supsequently played out

    John is delighted that Poch is not delighted
    :dembele:
     
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  3. Jurgen's Binnman

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    Yep. This and the Times running with “Poch hints at Spurs exit”. Fucking pathetic. I hate the press in this country.
     
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  4. sammyspurs

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    One thing worse than a gooner or Utd hack writing shit to feed an agenda, is the Spurs fans lapping it up
     
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  5. Cranston

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    Some?
     
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    #20227 mouse, 8 Jan 2019
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    I've got to the point where i would rather Poch went back to his "i speak English berry well, i learnt it from a boook" days with the press conferences.

    Not because i don't enjoy how savy he has become with the media, how relatively honest and refreshing he is. And not because i don't enjoy the clear pride he has with regard to how we operate as a football club and how this identity reflects on our performances on the pitch.

    Its more because i'm fucking sick of the presumption and speculation that it causes across the fan base with people using his words to prove or disprove various preconceived agendas and narratives.

    His words generally skirt just on the safe side of ambiguity. This is his briefing and the job that the press officer has trained him to do. So attempting to find any certainty in his comments or to use them as definitive evidence of his mindset and relationship with the chairman has little value really. But it continues to fill page upon page in this thread.

    There are probably two people (maybe three or four, if you include Jesus and Mrs Poch) that know how Poch actually feels about the current financial / transfer situation at Spurs, and none of them are members on here.

    Personally, i feel confidence in his words recently. Every time the media attempt an attack on his position at the club or how things are being run he rebuffs them with words of assurance. Perhaps i am kidding myself to buy into it, but it generally suits the way i support the team.

    I don't feel the need to disparage or undervalue my club because there are plenty of rival supporters and members of the press that will do that for me.
     
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  8. Mrs Perryman

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    What a sensible post... you have no future here!
    ;)
     
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  9. Boltonspur

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    Nailed it
     
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  10. John Thomas

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    No. I'm delighted he extended or renewed his contract.

    I'm not delighted he subsequently recieved no backing in the summer transfer window.

    Which part of this is so difficult for you to understand .
     
  11. John Thomas

    My Eyes Have Seen The Profit

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    :dembelelol:
     
  12. For better or worse

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    For now he is. Would prefer it continues until the end of the season, maybe they just miss out on CL. Poch remains, we move into the new ground, sign a couple more players and Man u implode next season as they realise Ole just isn't up to it.
     
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    What a joke of a poster. Poch is either walking out in the summer or leaving in 20 years. There is no inbetween!
    Seriously though, from what I've read I think most posters don't think he is leaving in the summer.
     
  14. sammyspurs

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    It’s difficult that to understand why you’re delighted he signed a contract that you don’t think he’ll honour due to the fact he signed it under false pretenses.

    Sounds like you should waiting for a legal battle between him and the club actually.
     
  15. sammyspurs

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    No one has said he will stay for 20 years.
    They used it to show his commitment to the club and policy, that people like you keep saying he has been let down by
     
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    I better start making bad decisions then, POCH OUT. lol.:pochlol:
     
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    Just to clarify, are you calling Mrs PerrymanMrs Perryman a joke of a poster?

    Because if you are, that's a binnable offence right there.
     
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  18. John Thomas

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    I've said on numerous occassions we have the best manager in the game. I think without him we'd be nowhere near where we are now.

    So if he signs a lengthy contract with us I'm delighted . What pretences or what backing he subsequently recieves doesn't alter the fact that he is more likely to remain with us if on a contract than not. He's more likely to stay if his salary increases to keep it competitive.
    Why have you got it into your head I wasn't delighted when he signed his contract.
    This is just nonsense and I've found you out again.
     
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  19. scott

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    Wouldn't dream of it. I was referring to incomplete_usernam for his use of sensible posts.
     
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  20. sammyspurs

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    Yeah.....you´re delighted he signed a baseless contract that means nothing

    Thats what Im struggling to undertsand, as Ive explained five times. You and Scott find it logical, thats great.
    I dont.
     
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