Pochettino not 'obsessed' with ending Tottenham trophy wait

Discussion in 'Spurscommunity Front Page News' started by mawspurs, Feb 6, 2018.

  • by mawspurs, Feb 6, 2018 at 4:05 PM
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    Mauricio Pochettino, who plans to rotate his side for the FA Cup replay against Newport County, does not feel trophies are all that matter.

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Discussion in 'Spurscommunity Front Page News' started by mawspurs, Feb 6, 2018.

  1. Yid_Summers
    He might not be, but I want us to end our long wait and get some silverware.
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  2. hutchiniho
    Playing it cool. He wants an FA Cup as much as us!!!

    Win it Poch
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  3. Gb160
    Wanting and being obsessed are two different things.
    Of course he wants to, we all want to.
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  4. mawspurs
    Clever management, instantly taking pressure of any young players who might start the game.
  5. yiddopaul
    I agree with him. I think we just keep focusing on getting better and better, keep building as we have been doing. Trophies will come.
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  6. Snuzzy
    Absolutely. There are three domestic trophies per season. The lazy blaise throwaway "oh this team should be winning trophies" is just a reflection of the arrogance and complacency of the current climate of super-rich clubs. Winning a trophy should feel magical in large part because it is unlikely. We have no rights to expect or demand trophies, only to long for them. That's how it should be.
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  7. ostrov
    It's identical to - the players don't have the rights to play, they only have the rights to train. You have to earn the rights to play. Likewise, you don't have the rights to trophies, you have to earn it.
    It's a good mindset.
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  8. bigspurs
    We are really gonna struggle on that Rochdale pitch, so I hope Poch organises some decent training at Hackney Marshes or somewhere similar! ;)

    I reckon Millwall would have ended up being a tougher place to go to, not only cause of their Mad Max style fans, but because they surely would have turfed up their pitch to make it a proper hell-hole.

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