With Mauricio Pochettino taking fourteen points from eleven games, fans have been starting to question the appointment of the Argentine. This is the the thing that gets on my nerves the most about the Tottenham fans.
We as fans have to accept that this is a project at Spurs. What AVB had always wanted at the club, a project. When a new coach is appointed at a club, it will either click or it will not. However, the third manager in a year not clicking, you have to question what is actually going wrong. Well, we can certainly rule out the managers themselves. There could be many things wrong at the club, the backroom staff, director of football, scouts and all the other roles that are available at a club.
This could be something that Daniel Levy is starting in understand. Spurs are set to sign scout Paul Mitchell, who previously worked with Pochettino at Southampton, this indicates that Tottenham are ready to change.
Pochettino needs a lot of time, that is the bottom line, and the new scout signing that is set to go through could lead to the chairman giving the manager a lot more time than previous managers. It is all about creating an environment that both the manager and chairman are happy with, and a change upstairs is a good start. Pochettino has to have confidence in who is working at the club, and equally Daniel Levy. It is also all about backing the manager in what he does. This means giving him financial backing and backing the many decisions that he will make whilst managing Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.
With the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust set to meet with the club on Thursday, we could find out some answers as to what exactly goes on behind the scenes and the question that everybody wants to know the answer to, when is our stadium being built, and where is we moving in the meantime?
Things are looking positive with the new scout set to come in, and positivity from the fans would be good as we return from the international break against Hull.