Club Statement - Pochettino leaves

WiganSpur

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Love how he still wears his spurs gear haha, im 100% sure he will be back one day
It will depend on how his career progresses from this point on. But i'm 100% sure whilst its nothing personal he will be itching to come back once Levy is gone. He had to go in the end, but Levy played a large part in breaking him.
 

BringBack_leGin

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It will depend on how his career progresses from this point on. But i'm 100% sure whilst its nothing personal he will be itching to come back once Levy is gone. He had to go in the end, but Levy played a large part in breaking him.
What you say is completely at odds with the total fondness with which he still speaks about Levy.
 

danielneeds

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What you say is completely at odds with the total fondness with which he still speaks about Levy.
I think it will only come out in the wash years and years later how much heavy shit was going on at the club during the stadium move, and that there were all sorts of pressures weighing down on Levy and Poch and you can see that the latter has so much respect for the guy, even though he fired him.
 

Shadydan

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It will depend on how his career progresses from this point on. But i'm 100% sure whilst its nothing personal he will be itching to come back once Levy is gone. He had to go in the end, but Levy played a large part in breaking him.
Poch actually spoke very well of Levy numerous times so I don't see him having a problem with him if he's still in charge.
 

SpartanSpur

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I think Poch just needed a break and a chance to refocus. It all just got too much for him after the CL Final loss. All the hard yards for no tangible success (although he obviously did a fantastic job).

I'm sure there was genuine sadness between him and Levy when he left but deep down both knew it was probably the right move at the time.

I'd love to see him come back one day, hopefully at a time where we can back him more suitably. He's just genuine, you know he loves the club.
 

wishkah

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my poch tinted glasses kinda want him back now.

Aware those glasses mean i forget the turgid footie at the end of his tenure, and that Jose could be exactly what we need....

...count me in for the Poch reunion in 3 yrs time though!
 

Sum Monsterism

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err... is it not FAR MORE likely that this is an old pic, from when his lad signed up originally?
 
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I think if he could have signed the players he wanted over the years rather than being provided with mostly utter crap he would have done well

No reason why we couldn't get:
Mane
Wijnaldum
Maguire
Dybala
Possibly Grealish
& Others

When we could have got them if we had aimed higher. Instead we got players like nkoudou, Jansen etc
 

JCRD

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I thought the photo i saw was a photo from when he was with us but the fact that it isnt - makes me want him back now... should have fucking stuck by him thick and thin -
 

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I thought he had to go when he did, and still think it was the right decision.
Saying that, I've never had the kinda feels for a manager that I've had/got with Poch.

I would love for him to come back and complete his project one day. Refreshed, reinvented, reinvigorated and ready to return.
 
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