Poch has broken his silence.
Remarkably and again to his credit he has managed to retain his professionalism, but the truth is there.
This blog has become the home of common sense; primarily by adopting a secular approach against the fatiguing stupidity of the Levyologists – oh, and by providing killer ITK.
As per THIS exclusive, Mauricio Pochettino IS deeply unhappy and here some weeks later we have the first clear admissions and the first indications that he and ENIC are travelling in different directions.
Yesterday’s interview in The Guardian ought to wipe the idiotic smile off any fan still peddling any one of the numerous Myths™ that this blog has systematically debunked over the last few years.
Just let that settle in.
Take your time.
There’s no rush.
Poch added: “I don’t have the answer how we are going to act when we are going to move there. It is easy to see in the last few years how we act in front of the market, how we act in front of everything and how the other teams were acting.”
That is the difference. Everything is not perfect but we are in a circumstance and a project that is completely different to another club, at the moment.”
Essentially he’s demanding to know when the spin and the brochures are going to end and he can work like an adult football manager.
Opposed to some child’s birthday party where you win ‘prizes’ for the best hat and the ‘silliest song’.
Pochettino’s achievements at Tottenham to date include winning a Colouring The Wembley Arch competition, Record Attendance At A Ground That Isn’t Yours badge and a certificate for Not Publicly Calling Out The Club’s Academy For Being No @*μℜing Use To Anyone.
It is no surprise that Mauricio is not as delighted with this nonsense factoid about the best start to a season since 1066 or whatever it is, as the mumbling Levyoligists out there are.
The sooner Poch goes, the better.
The sooner I can add him to my Villas-Boas file, from which I can respect and admire his achievements, opposed to watch him suffocate at Tottenham.
The sooner we can all move on.
Who wants to live in a delusion?
You think Pochettino is really going to carry on working like this, waiting for ENIC to maybe one day get over control over a £637m debt, a debt bigger than Manchester United’s, so they can give him a few quid to spend?