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Pochettino believes Spurs will be successful again

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Pochettino believes Spurs will be successful again

Pochettino believes Spurs will be successful again

Mauricio Pochettino says Spurs will find success and he plans to stay as manager for "at least" five more years

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Pochettino believes Spurs will be successful again

SHOWS: LONDON, ENGLAND, UK (OCTOBER 4, 2019) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1.

(SOUNDBITE) (English) TOTTENHAM MANAGER, MAURICIO POCHETTINO, SAYING: "No, I think that is a moment to stay altogether.

I accept the opinions, when you don't win.

(That) not only happens in Tottenham, it happens in all the clubs in the world.

In a different level too.

And it's normal that that game that business, creates a lot opinion and rumours and everyone needs to talk.

But in the end, all that happened was we lost a game.

And no doubt that we all stay altogether.

We are going to, again, to find a way to have, to be successful again.

No doubt." 2.

WHITE FLASH 3.

(SOUNDBITE) (English) TOTTENHAM MANAGER, MAURICIO POCHETTINO, SAYING: "But we are talking... in five and a half years, I think, every single press conference we were talking about my future, how it looks.

(I) hope (that because) we are still talking means that I'm going to spend five more years here.

At least." STORY: Tottenham Hotspur coach Mauricio Pochettino dismissed any talk about his future at the club on Friday (October 4) and said he hoped to spend many more years in North London.

Spurs were hammered 7-2 at home by Bayern Munich in Tuesday's (October 1) Champions League clash but Pochettino said the defeat would force him and his players to work harder and recover, hopefully in Saturday's (October 5) Premier League game at Brighton.

The Argentine acknowledged Tuesday's defeat was hard to take, but he was not unduly worried about his team's form, even though they have won only two of their last nine games in all competitions and sit sixth in the league, 10 points behind leaders Liverpool.




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