Club Statement - Pochettino leaves

Ronwol196061

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I really believe that he’ll take the Utd job whenever that comes up. I also think that would be disastrous for him as even with unlimited funds which we know he probably wouldn’t spend anyway I don’t think he’ll get anywhere near the league whilst Pep and Klopp are here. What would happen if say in another 3 years he hasn’t won anything, that monkey on his back will be far too big. If I were him I’d take the Bayern job, hoover up some free trophies and then reassess.
I agree and maybe also the technical style will suit his system
 

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I hope he goes to a club like BMunich or RM even, but not one in the Prem & certainly not the Arse or MU. Everton maybe?
 

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I hope he goes to a club like BMunich or RM even, but not one in the Prem & certainly not the Arse or MU. Everton maybe?
As long as he got his motivation back, Everton would be good choice.
If he got them back in the top 4 without spending big while they are moving grounds, he'd get a chapter to himself in their history book too. He is capable of this.
 

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Last week, really? Never saw that...do you have the quote?
Saw it in a report last week but just checked and it was an old quote. The article made it seem like something he had recently said.

Given that Poch has continuously said he would never manage Barca due to Espanyol ties I believe he would turn down Arsenal.
 

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Saw it in a report last week but just checked and it was an old quote. The article made it seem like something he had recently said.

Given that Poch has continuously said he would never manage Barca due to Espanyol ties I believe he would turn down Arsenal.
"JOSE MOURINHO admits he once said he could never manage Tottenham - but all that changed when Chelsea sacked him.

Four years ago, when he was in charge at Stamford Bridge, Mourinho said there was no way he would take control of Spurs because the Blues fans meant too much to him."

#justsayin
 

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