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Pochettino Talks Of The Perfect Project As He Touts The Superiority Of The Premier League

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Former Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has been extensively linked with taking Newcastle forward under our prospective new ownership group.

Steve Bruce is likely to remain in charge for the remainder of this season for the sake of continuity. However, barring a miraculous run to end this campaign, a new manager should be on the horizon this summer.

Despite garnering interest from the likes of Real Madrid, AC Milan, and Atletico Madrid, Pochettino seems to want to remain in England. However, it’s finding the right project that will be the determining factor of where he manages next.

The Chronicle have published comments from the Argentine in which he reveals he is recharged and ready to start managing again:

“After six months, our tanks are completely full. I have tried with my coaching staff to review everything that we did in the last seven years because we never had a break until now.

“It has been an amazing time to review everything, to start to organize again our ideas to plan the future, to try to compete better, to try to learn from our experience and of course looking forward for the next job because that is very dynamic, football is very dynamic and you need to be ready for the moment when the offer appears, the new chapter in your professional life.

“Of course in my mind, I’m very open to wait for the seduction of the project rather than the country. It’s about the club and of course the people, the human dimension… maybe you can stick with people that you are going to enjoy working with. We are so open.

“Of course we love England, and the Premier League. We feel very good here. We are still living here in London. I am not going to change now because I am not involved in the Premier League.

“Because I am no longer the Tottenham manager, I am not going to change my vision.

“I still think the Premier League is the best league in the world. We enjoy it a lot. Of course, it’s one of the options. Of course, it can be my priority but I am not closed to move to a different country.”

It’s now been over six months since the 48-year-old left Tottenham. Last week, he ended his gardening leave, so he is free to join another club without Spurs receiving compensation.

From his comments above, it seems to us he is really hoping to remain in the Premier League but will listen to all intriguing offers that come his way.


Once Newcastle’s takeover is confirmed, we would have to be a tempting proposition for the Argentine. He knows all about Newcastle from his time with both Southampton and Spurs.

We were suffering under Ashley during his seven seasons in England; under new ownership, the club will finally be backed to reach its potential.

While we won’t say it’s a perfect project for Pochettino to land in, it’s going to be a very enticing one should he be the man the new owners decide on.

This is what Pochettino said about finding that perfect opportunity:

“Always, you dream of the perfect club. The perfect project. It’s difficult to discover until… the project is not on the table. It’s difficult to assess.

“From outside, it’s difficult to measure the capacity of the clubs, the capacity of the players, the squad. You need to share ideas in the moment that some club approaches you and start to talk.

“To try to find if the project is a good fit or not.

“Today we are going to live a completely different era in football that we need to discover. It’s difficult to know what project is going to be the right project.

“There are many things, at the moment, that we have in our minds about how things are going to be after this virus hopefully disappears, but how are these clubs or companies, because that’s what they are, going to be? It’s a big question mark.

“That’s why it’s so difficult. We are a coaching staff that are open to listen to all the projects, all the people. We are learning and sharing ideas.

“You never know when it’s going to be the motivation or the inspiration to say, ‘Oh, they are the right people, and you want to be with them or their club’.

“We are very receptive to listen to all the people because every single conversation we can learn from and maybe we can see a motivation to go with them.”


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