Tottenham coach Mauricio Pochettino wants 'glory'


Tottenham coach Mauricio Pochettino says that the Premier League has hurt itself by closing the transfer window so early.

The nine Tottenham players who reached the World Cup semifinals will return to training on Monday, but Pochettino has warned supporters that they may not all be ready to face Newcastle five days later. "I tried to fake him left to go right, but I faked him left and kicked it too hard, and it went over his head", Griffen told For the young players that maybe still don't have experience in high competition, the compensation is about desire and energy. "Who knows, the crossover between local supported success and the worldwide global game, you can see it right there behind us", said Watson, looking at the crowds at the Fan Fest outside the stadium.

'Luke Amos is a good example.

Tottenham play Milan in their final ICC game at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, before flying back to Europe for a final friendly against Girona. Maybe he's going to play ahead of some senior players.

Pochettino added: "I am happy with the performance more than the result".

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Spurs defeated Roma 4-1 and lost to Barcelona on penalties before defeating the Italians thanks to Georges-Kevin N'Koudou's rasping second-half strike.

They join Harry Winks on the sidelines while fellow midfielders Eric Dier, Dele Alli and Mousa Dembele report back next week.

Mauricio Pochettino has been hit by injuries to the likes of Wanyama and (cough, cough) Sissoko amongst others -but in typical spirit he has made light of this and looked for the positives. "Nothing is going to actually prepare us for what we're going into but when there's 58,000 Spurs fans in there I'm sure it's going to feel like home quick enough". 'Of course it's not our fault.

Spurs' tour of the United States has seen a number of fringe players and prospects given an opportunity as injuries and post-World Cup breaks have kept first-team stars out. They behaved really well, performed fantastic.

'They showed they have the potential to one day be consistent in the first team. "They feel the club and now they need to keep working".