Mauricio Pochettino

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Now I'm a big fat dynamo!
The Red Star game showed that there is life in the old dog yet. The important thing now is finding a way to produce that feeling/level of work regularly.

Shifting out the wantaways will probably play a major part in that as well as getting the remaining players on side.
 
The Red Star game showed that there is life in the old dog yet. The important thing now is finding a way to produce that feeling/level of work regularly.

Shifting out the wantaways will probably play a major part in that as well as getting the remaining players on side.
Player power regarding formation and the wantaways will be back at Anfield I reckon
 

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Don't want to be a cynic but I think it odd that a journo moves to a pay site and all of a sudden finds a dressing room source with juicy ITK to give...
Not to be that guy but Brooke had sources within the team way before he moved to the Athletic.

For example he was the guy who was first on the Walker out story by quite the margin.
 
Not to be that guy but Brooke had sources within the team way before he moved to the Athletic.

For example he was the guy who was first on the Walker out story by quite the margin.
Fair enough, it seems pointless having it behind a pay wall when we're hearing the info anyway...
 
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The Red Star game showed that there is life in the old dog yet. The important thing now is finding a way to produce that feeling/level of work regularly.

Shifting out the wantaways will probably play a major part in that as well as getting the remaining players on side.
Yes exactly! What I liked midweek is that Poch finally seemed to acknowledge the fact that we need to know our best XI and our best formation. I loved the substitutions.

The penny has dropped.
 

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Yes exactly! What I liked midweek is that Poch finally seemed to acknowledge the fact that we need to know our best XI and our best formation. I loved the substitutions.

The penny has dropped.
Penny maybe dropped when the peoples captain Harry Kane exposed what all the players wanted to do in the pre match.

Press from the get go.

If Poch had stuck to his guns, you’d probably see Kane leaving next summer.
Remains to be seen if this will be a permanent switch tactically or not, but for the sake of this squad and Spurs season, let’s hope he really has learned something.
 
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