Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Mauricio Pochettino: Spurs must take risks to win trophies

Mauricio Pochettino: Spurs must take risks to win trophies

Tottenham, in turn, want Pochettino to sign a new deal but are bracing themselves for a spell of brinkmanship as the 46-year-old waits for future spending plans.

The same article states that current Blues manager Antonio Conte is set to leave Chelsea FC following the FA Cup final at Wembley next weekend.

"Still we need to improve one step more to try to fight for winning big trophies, but I think we are in a very good way". Our fans need to know what we are going to do to feel the reality of the club, and we need to tell the truth and create an expectation that we can achieve. "We need to think that our reality is different, and our fans need to think and be happy and support us, because we are not this type of club that is going to invest insane money".

He was named man of the match on his debut against Newcastle United last August and provided two assists in Tottenham's 5-4 victory over Leicester City on Sunday. I enjoy how we play under the manager.

"The financial pressures from the new stadium mean the manager is probably not going to get the kind of level of spending he'd like to see to move Spurs to the next level, and that makes him a target".

He again reiterated his overall ambition for the N17 club to be contenders for "big, big trophies", but conceded now is the time to take risks. "We can not think we are the cleverest people in the world and that we will win trophies by spending small money".


But Pochettino replied: "First of all I need to speak to Daniel and the club". If we can create that feeling, everything happen in football.

In the game, Tottenham fell behind when Jamie Vardy was unmarked to head Riyad Mahrez's fourth-minute free kick into the far corner.

Back in London, Spurs managed to take the lead and looked like they were heading through, but two Juventus goals in three minutes broke their hearts and consigned them to an early exit.

Lamela inspired the fightback by twice finishing from Kyle Walker-Peters assists, and it was the Argentine's strike that forced an own goal from Christian Fuchs to put Spurs in front by the hour mark.

Kane jinked past a woefully ineffective Hamza Choudhury, then whipped the ball into the corner of the Leicester net for his second goal of the day.

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