Why Tottenham sacked Mauricio Pochettino?
Tottenham Hotspur have officially reported that Manager Mauricio Pochettino and his coaching staff have left the club.
Pochettino has left Tottenham Hotspur, having driven the club to the Champions League last season, yet subsequent to battling so far this term.
Spurs have failed to win any of their last five matches in the top-flight, and have won only three out of their 12 games so far sitting fourteenth in Premier League.
The Club would today be able to declare that Mauricio Pochettino and his coaching staff Jesus Perez, Miguel D’Agostino and Antoni Jimenez have been mitigated of their duties.
“We were extremely reluctant to make this change and it is not a decision the Board has taken lightly, nor in haste,” said Spurs chairman Daniel Levy.
“Unfortunately residential outcomes toward the finish of last season and start of this season have been very frustrating.”
“It tumbles to the Board to settle on the troublesome choices – this one made all the more so given the numerous essential minutes we have had with Mauricio and his training staff – however, we do as such in the Club’s eventual benefits.
“Mauricio and his instructing staff will consistently be a piece of our history. I have the most extreme deference for the way where he managed the troublesome occasions from a home ground while we fabricated the new arena and for the glow and energy he brought to us. I should jump at the chance to express gratitude toward him and his training staff for all they have contributed. They will consistently be welcome here.
“We have a capable squad. We have to re-stimulate and hope to convey a positive season for our supporters.”
Lineker said on Twitter: “He helped the club to punch hugely over their weight for years. Good luck with finding a better replacement….ain’t going to happen.”
Former Tottenham midfielder Jermaine Jenas additionally turned out on the side of the former manager, tweeting: “Shoulda back him not sacked him! Gutted for Mauricio.”
Former England midfielder Trevor Sinclair blamed Tottenham’s players for allowing their manager down, tweeting: “Tottenham players need to examine themselves in the mirror today around evening time after what Poch has accomplished for them #Pochettino.”
Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher backed Pochettino to be back managing in the Premier League soon.
He tweeted: “I said a few weeks ago I felt this undertaking had run its course, I thought there would be a change at the end of the season with either the manager or players changing. Pochettino has been brilliant.