Pochettino or Mourinho?

nav007_2000

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Poch was our best manager in decades. However he has now gone and we got Jose in. Jose now needs time and needs to get his players in. Btw, im well happy with Jose and today he produced a tactical masterclass. If only Son or GLC scored
 

mrlilywhite

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Oh here we go - jeez a pointless exercise that needs no explaining. I'll humour you with an answer and say the one who is in charge currently.
 

jamesc0le

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we can get poch back after a bit of a rest nah? that's all he needed, a mental refresh!
 

King of the Lane

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This is such a stupid thread but I'll answer. I love Poch but he would have lost that game by a few goals imo. Jose had a gameplan that was very close to working.

Why dont we give Jose a full season first before we start comparing a Manager who has been here 5 minutes to one that was here 5 years.
 

nattydredd

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Good grief, you forgot to add a poll.

I'll come back when the thread is updated.

#ImTakingThePiss

Thank goodness for the "ignore" feature.
 
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TheVoiceofReason

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I think if anything, it hasn’t made much of a difference.

The problem has proven to be the squad and the bald lad.
 

Reece

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Pochettino had 5 years. Took us on but couldn’t win anything and oversaw a certain level of demise. Let’s see what Mourinho does. Not making any judgement calls yet.
 
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