Who is going to replace Mauricio Pochettino at spurs?
- AugustLv 52 weeks agoBest answer
Spurs confirmed that Jose Mourinho is their new manager. Good news for the neutrals here and a red flag to others. Should be interesting to hear what he thinks about VAR and his new players lack of effort this season
- Anonymous2 weeks ago
Noooo one... he will remain
- JamesLv 62 weeks ago
The most boring man in football , he is surly and miserable.
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- 2 weeks ago
Mourinho is the current favourite to land the position, which would be all kinds of hilarious.
- RyanLv 73 weeks ago
KC says Mourinho but he wouldn't touch the job unless he is guaranteed money to spend. Their EPL season looks all but dead but they can still have another good season in Europe. Whoever it is must be close to joining I don't see them sacking Poch without a successor already lined up
- 3 weeks ago
Probably Mourinho, he would stamp out their small-club mentality problem once and for all and make them a serious powerhouse for at least a year or two. It doesn't even matter if he fails in year three, if he wins a title in his first two years then he has changed Spurs forever because they desperately need one. And you'd put good money on Mourinho getting them in the top two at least once. Look what he achieved making the laughable Man Utd team finishing above the likes of Spurs and Liverpool. If City didn't get a freakishly large 100 points then United would have probably won the league.
- ..Lv 63 weeks ago
Sam Allardyce would be a good choice.....😀
- BJJLv 73 weeks ago
No idea , but the sacking was just a matter of time with the teams performance lately