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Official: Tottenham Appoint Mauro Pochettino As New Manager On Five-Year Deal

By Chris Wright

Soccer - Barclays Premier League - Tottenham Hotspur v Southampton - White Hart Lane

The deed is officially done…

Presumably his translator is bundled in there as well.

Southampton are about to pay the price for having a good season. The harvest is upon us.

Tottenham’s full statement on Pochettino’s appointment is here should you fancy a peruse.

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By Chris on May 27th, 2014 in Managers, Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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6 Responses to “Official: Tottenham Appoint Mauro Pochettino As New Manager On Five-Year Deal”

  1. stoffel says:

    Poor Southampton. Back in the Championship soon no doubt.

  2. other dave says:

    5 year contract = massive payday when he gets inevitably gets sacked next January for not having won the treble at that point…

  3. dc says:

    Daniel Levy: Ruining promising managers since 2001 ®

  4. Mohan says:

    Poor Southampton, the work he has done and their progress was so good to watch. Not too mention the flurry of English youth coming through under his guidance will hurt us in the long run.

    I hope he pulls it off at Tottenham but I know that if the results do not go well for him and the unrealistic fourth place is not achieved Levy will axe him.

    Should have stayed at Southampton a club that was still growing but I guess the fact that Southampton has lots of predators waiting for Shaw, Lallana etc gave him reason to jump ship.

  5. Kingsland101 says:

    Judas! What happened to all his talk of honouring contracts? Oh well, he was good but he wasn’t all that. Just hope we get someone in who wants to play attractive football. That and reinvesting the stupid money being banded around for Shaw and Lallana and we will be fine what with our whole new raft of youth coming through. Targett has long been touted as better than Shaw at his age and Clyne can play there anyway (although it will still be a big loss obviously).

  6. Jarren says:

    Yep, first thing I thought when I heard this news was “poor Southampton”.

    Reminds me a bit of Ajax. Build awesome team, flog anyone half decent

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