Tottenham fans slam Kieran Trippier for his performance on Twitter

Tottenham fans slam Kieran Trippier for his performance on Twitter

But Pochettino, whose side are now fifth in the Premier League, made his case for remaining with Tottenham as he talked passionately about returning the clubs to their famous 1961 double-winning glory days. The manager acknowledged that his players trust he will continue at Spurs but warned that their allegiance must be first and foremost to the club.

Tottenham's lead should have been halved before the break but Jimenez saw a goal unfortunately ruled out when the flag went up against Doherty, who was half a yard onside when he squared for the Mexican to steer past Lloris. Pochettino said. "Because we are so handsome and we are walking down the street in London and she is so proud about you because another woman looks at you". Hopefully, we can put ourselves in a position where, when we have two or three home games in a row, we're able to take advantage of it.

"It is worse when there are American football games a few days before but we need to accept that and we can not complain".

"That is the balance which is important to generate or create in a team if you want to be close to winning titles".

Spurs were rocked by an injury to Mousa Dembele in the first few minutes, particularly with one eye on a must-win Champions League clash at home to PSV Eindhoven on Tuesday.

"We cannot control everything in the game but we can do better with the ball". The last time the West Midlanders recorded a Premier League victory over Spurs was February 10, 2010, when a David Jones goal secured a 1-0 success at Molineux.

"It has been almost a year-and-a-half since we started playing away from home", he said.

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"It is something we need to improve".

"It's the responsibility of the players". I recommend it. I think it represents very well sometimes how we are.

"And then it's about our emotions, our feelings".

"With the 3-0 lead I think everyone thought the game was over, but when you make a mistake you need to play more seriously and not concede so cheaply", the Spurs boss told Sky Sports. "Are we going to have the possibility to fix problems or are we going to manage in the same way?"

'We've played on it before and we know what it's like but it's the same pitch for both sides, ' he said.

Alli cited Pochettino, who has coached most of those players to the top of their game, as a main reason for him agreeing to stay, but the Argentinian is keen to stay modest.

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