Pic: Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino next in line to do this after Guardiola, Messi & Ronaldo

Mauricio Pochettino’s three-year stint as Tottenham manager has been very successful. Ever since he took over the helm of affairs as Spurs boss in 2014, the Argentine has managed to turn the club into a formidable force to recon with.

Prior to his arrival at White Hart Lane, Tottenham generally used to end somewhere at the middle of the Premier League table, but they have since even come close to winning the title on more than one occasion.

From bring making European football a regular event for Tottenham fans, to finishing above arch rivals Arsenal after years, there is no doubt that the Pochettino era is going to be remembered for a long time.

But the manager’s legacy is going to get a lot more than that. Guillem Balague, whose award-winning biographies on Pep Guadiola, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo received much fanfare, has declared his decision to pen Pochettino’s story now.

Balague tweeted the following with a picture (see below) along with Pochettino and his wife – “Now time to write a book by a beach after a year of conversations with him and her, two special people.”

4 Replies to “Pic: Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino next in line to do this after Guardiola, Messi & Ronaldo”

  1. Spurs used to finish mid table??????
    If you are properly researched I think you will find that ever since Martin Jol we have mostly finished 5th, and on two occasions before Pochettino , 4th! Always be well researched if you are going to make it in this game!

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  2. Got as far as the totally ignorant claim that prior to Pochettino’s arrival Spurs tended to finish mid-table. For the record, Spurs, who have the sixth highest revenues in the
    Premier league, have in the last eight seasons finished sixth once, fifth three times, fourth twice, third once, and second once. Hardly the finishing positions​ that fit the description “mid-table”. In the last eight seasons Spurs have finished above Liverpool seven times; in the last four seasons Spurs have finished above United three times.

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