I’ve just read an article about the possibility of Poch going to Chelski. He doesn’t regard Chelski in the same light as Arsenic and wouldn’t see a problem if he went there.
As for his ‘Lack of trophies, ’ “The publication added that the 51-year-old’s lack of trophies in England does not count against him as Chelsea believe he could deliver silverware in the right environment.” I like that… under the “right environment…” in other words, not under Levy’s control. I agree… he has more chance of doing well with any top club other than Levy (at least while Levy is at Tottenham).
It would also be ironic if we got our new “desired” Levy manager, and Poch went to Chelski, and he, not our new manager, won trophies, and we struggled.
The article goes on and says, “Romano [football writer] has now also reported something similar, stating that the West London club are continuing talks with Pochettino, as Nagelsmann and Luis Enrique are no longer in the running for the Chelsea hot seat.”
The article also says, “Much to Spurs fans’ disappointment, Romano revealed that the Lilywhites are yet to reach out to Pochettino.”
I think next season will be a very interesting one if Poch goes to Chelski and we get our ‘Levy’ desired manager. And remember; all past managers/ coaches that have come to Spurs under Levy’s tenancy was his ‘desired’ one.
Me personally, I was dead against Pochettino coming back to Spurs, however, I am softening on that… nevertheless, with Levy at the helm, it wouldn’t surprise me if he did come back and just as quickly got the sack again (if the results don’t go Levy’s way).
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