Published: Sun, November 04, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

Pochettino: Spurs stronger for Real Madrid’s glances

Pochettino: Spurs stronger for Real Madrid’s glances

Dele Alli, who signed a new six-year contract this week, has stated that Spurs' manager was "a massive part of wanting to be at this club". When I watch that video from 1960, I think always it's a very emotional video but it will be fantastic to deliver for our fans and for all the people that moment again, to repeat it here with Tottenham.

"After they had all those players going far at the World Cup, the stadium issues, then they didn't sign any players, you expect there would be some pain at the start of the season, but what they are doing is brilliant", he said.

"But it is not that they are attached to me only". Those are things we need to be careful about, we need to have more discipline and be more responsible.

Tottenham lost Mousa Dembele to an early injury and struggled to settle in the opening 15 minutes, although the Belgian's replacement Son Heung-min played a role in both goals as Spurs hit Wolves with a quickfire double against the run of play. But rather than hearing that, I want to hear 'I want to play for Tottenham, to make history, to touch the glory with this badge'.

"But yes, I am so happy right from the beginning".

"Some days maybe we will be disappointed [with each other], which is normal in a relationship".

"I think for me the most important thing".

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"Your wife, rather than be anxious, is happy to be with you, in love with you". "But because you are so handsome, another woman is looking at you".

The January transfer window is now two months away, and Pochettino said recently that he would like to bring in new recruits.

Speaking after Spurs' 3-2 win over Wolves on Saturday, former Manchester United defender Neville said on the Gary Neville podcast that manager Pochettino has done a "brilliant job". We were able to have a go and change and we knew one goal could change the dynamic and that is the heart of the team.

The Argentine manager was quick to play down reports of continued offers following Julen Lopetegui's dismissal, suggesting they don't have as volatile an effect as they would seem, especially with his players.

"We don't know, but we are a little bit anxious".

Spurs will be without Eric Dier as the midfielder has been ruled out for the next two weeks with a thigh injury that he sustained against Man City while Danny Rose is also still missing with an on-going groin problem.

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