Pochettino sacked by Spurs

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  1. Keeper!

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    He, Pochettino will definitely be on list to replace Pep in my opinion and fingers crossed he get a job before the wheels come off Oly's bus and he is offered the job at the Swamp.
     
  2. Keeper!

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    He will be under consideration for sure, but Brenda will be favourite.
     
  3. AndyTheCatalystMorrison

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    Or he could be the busted flush that a lot of us suspect ...

    I don't know many Spurs fans but the ones that I do know are not happy to say the least.
     
  4. BlueAnorak

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    Incidently the haste of this appointment after the sacking of Pochettino sacking means they were DEFINATELY talking to Mourinho beforehand. So....
    Where is the criticism of Levy, Lewis etc?

    Sorry, my mistake only City get criticised for this sort of thing.
     
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  5. Trevor Morley's Tache

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    If that's our best option I am certainly not looking forward to life after Pep.
     
  6. AndyTheCatalystMorrison

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    A tad unfair that! Eddie Howe has managed Bournemouth, yep Bournemouth, to four years of survival in the Premier League - most of it fairly comfortable survival as well if I remember correctly. And while playing decent football. And with (probably) the smallest budget in the Premier League. Not saying he should be managing one of the "top 6" (or top 14 or whatever it is these days), but I think he deserves a bit of respect!
     
  7. ninjamonkey

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    He would do much better than the bus driver at United. Let’s hope Madrid dump Zidane first
     
  8. Marvin

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    Spurs borrowed £637m to pay for their stadium, and refinanced the debt like Man Utd did so that they pay a regular interest payments bond holders over 10-15 years. The increased match-day revenue covers the interest charges but in 10-15 years they will have to pay off the bond-holders.
     
  9. meeesh

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    This American football lark will have a fair contribution for revenue,although what figures are for that I've no idea
     
  10. cjn

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    No one pays off bonds in one shot like that. They will either pay chunks of principal down as they go or refinance when the time comes.
     

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