Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino - I would never risk fitness of players

Spurs are still hopeful their new stadium might be ready for Manchester City's October visit

Spurs are still hopeful their new stadium might be ready for Manchester City's October visit

I understand the problems with tickets and money and I feel sorry for them.

Mauricio Pochettino believes winning is the only way to keep Spurs fans happy while waiting to move into the club's new stadium.

However, Pochettino decided not to leave Tottenham Hotspur for Real Madrid. Pochettino believes that he needs to stick with the club at the times adversity.

Tottenham made two changes for their Premier League Wembley return against Fulham. If he needs three months, we are going to ask for three years.

"I want to say thank you and apologise".

"It's about time, taking the right decisions to provide them days off, holidays, and how we approach training for everyone". Maybe they are going to move.




After becoming the first Premier League team in history to log a summer transfer window without signing a single player, Spurs has seen its plans for moving into the new stadium backlogged by construction delays, throwing the team into a period of slight uncertainty. "I am happy with three quality goalkeepers", the manager said.

However, contingency plans need to be put in place in case of further delays, with Wembley already set to host a National Football League game between the Super Bowl champions Philadelphia Eagles and Jacksonville Jaguars on that day.

Fulham manager Slavisa Jokanovic on his goalkeepers: "I have three goalkeepers and I will choose only one - one of them will be in the stand, one will be on the bench and one will be in the goal". "In certain situations maybe we have to react a little bit better but we need to accept I have started with a completely new defence, a new goalkeeper and many new players".

Despite the lack of new faces in Pochettino's squad, Spurs are set to let winger Georges-Kévin N'Koudou join Bundesliga side Mainz on a season-long loan.

The Lilywhites are still looking to win their first trophy under Mauricio Pochettino after they finished third and reached the FA Cup semi-finals last term.

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