Scum thread


#1486

I’m sure he can’t make it in the Turkish league like our main man can :smile:


#1487

I’d be very surprised if that happened.


#1488

365’s home page colours, dark and light blue. Hmmm, anything subliminal going on?


#1489

Trophyless cunts. That’s it.


#1490

Also, referring to people as virgins in a derogatory fashion in a letter about bullying kind of removes any sense of authority he might have had on the matter lol.


#1491

Can’t wait till they let this core of players fly away and they’re left to pay off a stadium whilst still trying to maintain top 4 status. In two seasons time, everything will level out and they’ll be sitting nicely in 6th or 7th.


#1492

Then their manager goes and they will be Delusionally saying they can get any top manager in the world because they have a world class stadium and top players and are destined for greatness they only need the top manager to share the grand vision :xhaka:


#1493

This will be good if it’s true.

Exclusive: Pochettino considering Tottenham future as Real Madrid prepare to replace Zidane
Duncan Castles,Yahoo Sport UK 5 hours ago

Mauricio Pochettino is being eyed by Real Madrid this summer.
Mauricio Pochettino is considering leaving Tottenham Hotspur for Real Madrid at the end of this season. Madrid president Florentino Perez has been preparing to replace Zinedine Zidane as coach should the Frenchman fail to retain the Champions League and has made his interest in hiring Pochettino clear.

Perez – angered by a LaLiga campaign in which Madrid lag 15 points behind leaders Barcelona with five games to play – is also conscious of the possibility that Zidane may elect to voluntarily step down from a position he’s held since January 2016 even if he leads the club to a third straight European title. According to Madrid sources, Pochettino is the preferred candidate to succeed Zidane.

Pochettino began his managerial career in the Spanish league with Espanyol. In his sixth season in English football, the former Argentina international is highly regarded for his work at first Southampton and then Tottenham. Although still to lift silverware as a coach, the 46-year-old is on course to qualify the London club for a third consecutive Champions League campaign, finished second in the Premier League last season, and reached the 2015 League Cup Final.

His Tottenham contract runs until 2021 with chairman Daniel Levy keen on a further extension. Pochettino is known for taking a long-term, relatively low-risk approach to his career, stepping back from interest from Manchester United in 2016 as he was conscious of the scale of the task involved in rebuilding one of the world’s two largest football clubs. Working at Madrid, however, has been a long-held ambition.

Mauricio Pochettino’s trophy cabinet remains bare at Tottenham
While Tottenham made significant progress in winning a Champions League group containing Madrid and Borussia Dortmund this season, Pochettino’s team have failed to build on recent strong Premier League campaigns and currently lie fourth in the division. The future of a host of a key players is in doubt with their wages significantly below market value and there will once again be no silverware this season as a result of Saturday’s semi-final loss to Manchester United.

Following that 2-1 defeat Pochettino repeatedly mentioned his own future at Tottenham in a series of media interviews. “Everyone feels that we are close, we are close, it is nearly to touch,” he said. “But I think it is the only way to reach this last level, that will allow you not just to compete, but to win. Over the last four years we are building a very good team, trying to create the winning mentality, but at the moment it is not enough.

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“I think Tottenham need to keep going in this direction, and to create that winning mentality is not about a few years. Tottenham need more time, with me or with another.

“We are now competitive, but to win a trophy, that is not easy. For me now the most important thing is to finish in the top four and play in the Champions League. We have played the whole season at Wembley; that is stressful not only for the team, but for the fans. You have to keep going. I am disappointed. When the game ended I was very frustrated, but quickly I move on. I am thinking of finishing the season in the right way.”

Contacted by Yahoo Sport this morning, Tottenham declined to comment.


#1494

Maybe we should snag Zidane


#1495

they’d be mad to sack him, even for Poch but I’d deffo take Zidane here.


#1496

Why would Real Madrid want him?


#1497

He hates Barcelona for starters.


#1498

Don’t really rate Zidane, he’s another manager that would be exposed here along with Enrique.


#1499

The Harry Kane jokes were funny for like the first 5 minutes but they got old to me fast. However this was funny…


#1500

https://twitter.com/PatrickTimmons1/status/988754313685209089


#1501

LOL! One MoM award. How eminently forgettable is that?


#1502

Fuck up and take the L Harry

https://twitter.com/TeleFootball/status/991396562722086912


#1503

He just keeps on feeding the beast.

If he’d have had a laugh about it after people called him out about appealing for the goal it could have blown over, but the fact him and Spurs are showing he’s cut up about it just keeps fueling the fire.

Funny shit.


#1504

It’s funny, because he could’ve just said something like “I did touch it but only slightly so I’m not going to lose any sleep if they end up giving it to the lad Christian”, and the shitty panel would’ve still given him his non-goal and he would’ve not looked like a cunt.

He’s made himself look like a cunt entirely from his own actions and long may the piss taking continue.


#1505

Jesus Christ I hope he does fucking fail at the world cup now. Seems like such a cry baby