Wednesday, 14 November, 2018

Mauricio Pochettino hopes his players don’t go on global duty

Tottenham have struggled in the Champions League so far Tottenham have struggled in the Champions League so far
Shannon Reynolds | 11 November, 2018, 06:35

Despite Alli nursing a hamstring issue, Eriksen fighting through an abdominal issue, and Dier missing the last three matches with a thigh injury, all three players were called up to their respective national teams.

Mauricio Pochettino admits it is a source of frustration that some of his Tottenham players have been called up for global duty despite recent injury problems.

Yet all three players have been selected by their national squads.

While talking about Kane, Mauricio Pochettino told "He is a killer, an assassin, a killer", and added, "He always in practice in everything he wants to kill the goalkeeper, everything". "But that is impossible". "We need to do better when we return from worldwide duty".

Lucas Moura (Tottenham). The Brazilian was lively and probably Spurs' most creative player during his time on the pitch.

"Normally you see that run of fixtures and think, "Oh here we go", but we just can't wait". How do you manage that?

"When you are a centre-back you are involved in this type of situation but the confidence and the trust is massive from us".

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The latest rumours are that Pochettino rejected a £15m-a-year contract offer at Santiago Bernabeu recently.

Even if he does not play, Spurs have no power to keep him.

Some of the club's more unheralded players have really impressed and if Pochettino can get the likes of Dele Alli and Harry Kane back to their best, the rest of the top six need to watch out.

Defender Juan Foyth scored his first goal for Tottenham to give Spurs a hard-fought away win at Crystal Palace. "To have different alternatives is so important".

"Yes it is true if you said to me would you prefer all my global players stay here and rest for two weeks without competition, I would say yes", he said.

"If he is fit but I decide not to put him in the starting XI we will need to get permission as well from the national team". But in a press conference this week, Pochettino reiterated his commitment to Spurs, while acknowledging that rumours are part and parcel of football.

He moaned: "It is very hard when a team does so many good things in terms of their tactical approach, work rate and determination, yet end up losing the game 1-0".

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