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Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino would like to stay at the club for at least five more years.
After Tottenham’s bad start to the season, there were doubts whether Pochettino continues to lead Spurs or not. They lost Carabao Cup match to Colchester and had a humbling 7-2 defeat by Bayern Munich during Champions League tournament.
But Spurs boss doesn’t seem to want to leave his position:
“In five-and-a-half years, in every single press conference we’re talking about my future,” said the Argentine manager.
“I hope that we’re still talking it means we’re going to spend five more years at least. This is a moment to stay all together. I accept the opinions when you don’t win, it doesn’t only happen at Tottenham, it happens in all the clubs in the world, at a different level too. There is no doubt we are staying together and we are going to find the way to be successful again. It is normal that (the Bayern) game creates a lot of opinion and rumours and everyone needs to talk. In the end, all that happened is that we lost a game. There is no doubt we are staying together and we are going to find the way to be successful again, no doubt.”