Mauricio Pochettino believes that he can lead Tottenham Hotspur into the new stadium for the 2018-19 season at the very top of the Premier League.
Speaking about the new 61,000 capacity stadium, Pochettino stated: “I’ve explained a lot of times that we are ahead in our project.
“I’m very happy with our squad but, yes, our aim is to arrive in the new stadium at the top and playing in the Champions League.”
The Argentine has led Tottenham to an exceptional second placed finish this term, coupling resolute defensive with work with high tempo attacking flair.
The manager also declared that he has verbally agreed a new five year contract with the club, earlier in the week.
Pochettino has managed 107 matches for Spurs, with an impressive 51.40% win rate
Tottenham’s new stadium is a truly exciting prospect that has the prospect to elevate and establish Tottenham as one of the elite teams in world football.
With the quality that Pochettino is already brought to the club, coupled with a young and talented group of players, one can certainly believe that he has the capabilities of bringing the title to White Hart Lane before its closure.
A word of warning however, as our nearest rivals have laid credence to – the move to a new arena can be fraught with difficulties as the club adjusts to its new surroundings and new expectations.
One can only hope that the nouse of the board, coupled with the ever-growing financial clout of the Premier League, gives us greater freedom to invest in the playing staff than the restrictions that Arsenal encountered following their 2006 move to The Emirates.
As a footnote, this publication wholy advocates that the new stadium have the term ‘lane’ in it. Probably should have considered the stadium move before we named ourselves, hey.
Written by Joe Thomas
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