Winks: team are still responding to Pochettino

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Harry Winks has stated that the Spurs team are still responding to what Mauricio Pochettino is saying following their recent troubles.
There was so much hope and optimism ahead of the new season but that has quickly gone away after a disastrous set of results.

Source: Football London
 

Johnny J

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Well I definitely agree that they're still responding to what he's saying lol.
 

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I don't question Winks' loyalty and committment for a second. Unfortunately, I can't say the same for some of the others.
 

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I don't question Winks' loyalty and committment for a second. Unfortunately, I can't say the same for some of the others.
I can’t see Poch quitting and I don’t think Levy will sack him after the last four years of progress, January will be telling month as to who are offered new contracts and who leaves.

Personally, I think Poch wants, Rose, Aurier, Wanyama, Alderwiereld, Eriksen and maybe Vertonghen out of the club and its up to Levy to shift them.
 

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I can’t see Poch quitting and I don’t think Levy will sack him after the last four years of progress, January will be telling month as to who are offered new contracts and who leaves.

Personally, I think Poch wants, Rose, Aurier, Wanyama, Alderwiereld, Eriksen and maybe Vertonghen out of the club and its up to Levy to shift them.
agree with all of that....the one I could see Poch living with is Rose staying for a bit, from a human perspective - I think @Hercules noted that Poch really wanted to support Danny and I think that is 100% fine - there are things more important than football.
 

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agree with all of that....the one I could see Poch living with is Rose staying for a bit, from a human perspective - I think @Hercules noted that Poch really wanted to support Danny and I think that is 100% fine - there are things more important than football.
I agree. Although I have always like the Shankley quote "Some people believe football is a matter of life and death. I am very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure you it is much, much more important than that."
 

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Tottenham’s average number of pressed sequences, defined by Opta as actions where the opponent has three or fewer passes in a sequence that ends within 40 metres of their own goal, have declined from 15.6 in 2017-18, the second-highest in the league, to 10.6 this season." Brighton ran 7.5km more than Tottenham.
Sorry Harry, we dont need propaganda we need action on the pitch
 
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