“Turn around Pochettino?…wasted all this time”

There are people who were not happy when rumors of a comeback with coach Mauricio Pochettino were heard.

Manager Antonio Conte gave an angry interview criticizing the players and criticizing the club after a 3-3 draw against ‘last-place’ Southampton. He showed that he could not control his emotions and caused controversy by pouring criticism. As Tottenham is suffering from sluggish performance and performance, and public opinion on the leadership of coach Conte is not good, the controversy has spread further.

Conte’s sacking seems imminent. Reporter Fabricio Romano, who has high public confidence, said on the 21st (Korean time), “Tottenham is talking internally about the future of manager Conte, and it is currently in the final stage. A decision will likely be made within at least 48 hours.” Amid growing interest in a successor, manager Pochettino has emerged as a candidate.

Pochettino is a manager who has made a great contribution to Tottenham’s rise to the current position. In 2014, he further developed and Harry Kane, and Son Heung-min, Dele Alli, and Christian Eriksen maximized his skills and achieved results. Tottenham, who had a strong perception of being a mid-tier team, became a top-tier team, and its reputation rose significantly with the construction of a new stadium and securing funds.

but didn’t win Each time, he only stayed in the runner-up and disappointed fans. In the 2019-20 season, he was hardened due to poor performance. Coach Pochettino later went to Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), which won the championship, but the evaluation was not good and he was sacked. Pochettino, who is currently unaffiliated, has been linked with Tottenham. Britain’s ‘Sky Sports’ said, “Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is under pressure to re-appoint Pochettino.” 온라인바카라

If you come back, it will be your first comeback in 4 years. He turns around and is like the manager of Pochettino. The American ‘Forbes’ criticized, “The return of manager Pochettino shows how much time Tottenham has wasted.” “After Pochettino left, Tottenham spent more than 300 million euros (approximately 422.4 billion won) on transfer fees alone. Many coaches went through the process. I didn’t show anything,” he said sarcastically.

“Tottenham is at a historically important point. They have developed a lot over the past 20 years, but now they need a consistent strategy. Pochettino could be the right person, but I want to know why they are trying to appoint him now instead of three years ago. “he added.

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