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Tottenham started this season with a pretty miserable performance as they won just three matches out of their played eleven ones. Spurs are on the 9th place of the Premier League table with just 11 points.
According to Gary Jacob of The Times, there are two people to blame for Tottenham’s current condition: team’s head coach Mauricio Pochettino and chairman Daniel Levy.
Levy failed to sell every player on the transfer list this summer: Serge Aurier, Danny Rose, Eric Dier, Victor Wanyana and Christian Eriksen.
Meanwhile, Pochettino has strangely thrown back Rose, Aurier and Wanyama to the starting lineup, but they are considered as squad’s former outcasts.
Spurs’ squad has been mostly filled with players with desires to move, so it’s not a surprise that results are not satisfying.
There are five players reportedly, that Pochettino wants out: Aurier, Rose, Dier, Wanyama and Eriksen, but whether that is possible to part ways with five players at once on this January transfer window, still remains a question.