“As I would like to think” – Dier figures 56y/o is the ideal man to supplant Pochettino


Tottenham Hotspur verified their first Premier League triumph out and about in 10 months to the detriment of West Ham United at the London Stadium on Saturday, guaranteeing Jose Mourinho’s rule at North London got off to a flying beginning.

The Portuguese supplanted Mauricio Pochettino on Wednesday morning, not exactly 12 hours after the Argentine was demonstrated the leave entryway, and he has been tipped to help Spurs to their first bit of flatware since 2008.

As clear on Saturday, a portion of the players are more than prepared to demonstrate their value to Mourinho, and Eric Dier accepts he is for sure the ideal man to take over from Pochettino.

“I think he is the ideal man to take over from Pochettino as I would see it,” the cautious midfielder told Telegraph.

“We are extremely glad is he here and, ideally, he can assist us with winning trophies.

“We were attempting to win them under Pochettino and will continue attempting to win them under Mourinho.”

In spite of taking Tottenham to the following level and making them Champions League regulars, the way that Pochettino neglected to win any bit of flatware during five full seasons at North London in all probability assumed a job in his sacking.

He unmistakably made the group punch over their weight, yet he in the end turned into his very own casualty achievement and couldn’t take the group any further.

In Mourinho, Spurs have gotten a demonstrated and sequential champ, and with 19 significant trophies to his name, they can be have confidence of at long last consummation the dry season.

A chief in the form of the Portuguese is definitely the ideal man to take over from one that took the side exceptionally near winning trophies on a couple of events.

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