Pochettino: Pep 'disrespectful' with Kane comment

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Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino is unimpressed by Pep Guardiola’s suggestion that Spurs are over-reliant on Harry Kane.

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gusrowe

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Poch don't rise to the bait. Man City are a bought team with a bought Manager. You have produced a great team on a shoe string budget. Enough said.
 

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I'll laugh so hard if they fail to win anything of substance again this season.
After the money they've spent in 2 years
 

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Interesting response- hope those who thought Gaurdiola was misunderstood have taken note- also interesting how Pochettino reveals how Gaurdiola loses his false modesty when it's going well for him.
Poch- you're the man
 

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Sometimes i just wish poch woukd just keep quiet over these petty things. Been saying quite a few unnecessary things of late
 

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Ha laughing at those on here who tried to make out there was nothing in it. Course there bloody was

That said, he’s clearly got under Poch’s skin, which i’d rather be didn’t. Chill Poch, you got this
 

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I'm glad Poch has called him out on this. I think it probably was disrespectful of Guardiola to say what he did and to continue doing so. Poch just showing that he saw the comments for what they were and not allowing Guardiola off the hook he put himself on.
 

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Pep has clarified exactly what he meant by his comments, but let's all stick with the "he's disrespecting us" narrative if it makes us feel better.
 

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This is the way I see it and this is because I hate it with a passion when someone insists on what my motive was for something I did or said when I tell them they are wrong . He possibly could have meant the disrespect, however I think it was likely to be a mistake. Now he has stated it was a mistake, I have to accept it was a mistake. That is unless he has a history of such disrespect against Spurs or Pochettino. I would be surprised if our manager doesn't accept this now,
 

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His class shining through again with the comment about Pogba and Miki. It seems even Jose is speechless.
 
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