Published: Sun, March 11, 2018
Sports | By Jonathan Ford

Tottenham Hotspur On Path To Become Massive Club Insists Mauricio Pochettino

Tottenham Hotspur On Path To Become Massive Club Insists Mauricio Pochettino

It was his second-half goal that ultimately eliminated Spurs as Juve reached the quarter-finals.

"We saw how [Marotta] put pressure on the referee at half-time", he said. I've heard many Inter fans talking about emotions and feelings and I share their opinion because when I used to play for Inter playing well and winning games was not enough.

With the Londoners' Premier League title hopes all but over, several critics have suggested that Pochettino is under pressure to win the FA Cup having failed to deliver any form of silverware since moving to White Hart Lane four years ago. That's what we need to settle here.

"Maybe we need to learn, the coaching staff, like our players, how we put pressure on the referee. It was easy for the referee to manage us because we were very nice people, trying to help to play a game".

"They were complaining about the penalty in the first half".

"Juventus are specialists, because they have habit to win, the habit to put pressure on the referee", he said.

"The owner stayed in the corridor in the tunnel before or during the game".

'They try to play football, (with a) philosophy like a big club.

"It's a massive lesson to care not only on the pitch, but off the pitch".

"It's the small details and I believe those details can help us to achieve what we want". "Agnelli was on the field during the warm-up [in Turin]". It's only that I saw how they behave.

Los Blancos have been frequently linked with the England frontman since last summer, but The Sun (h/t Daily Star's Callum Vurley) reported Kane has "vowed" to stick with Spurs amid rumours of a move to Spain. "It's good to learn".

The ESPN FC panel answer your latest questions from twitter but spend most of the time wondering how Tottenham lost the plot.

'This season, it's Wembley and we feel very good, but all of the stress at the beginning, always we are going to pay for this.

Tottenham know they must immediately find a way of putting disappointment out of their system when they take on AFC Bournemouth away on Sunday.

'First of all to be in a place that you feel at home, in your new stadium, everything is stable, ' the Argentinian replied when asked what is required to progress to the next level. "More or less in 48 hours, two days, the process for everyone starts to feel better".

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