The threat of Mauricio Pochettino leaving Spurs, to extricate himself from the carnage created by ENIC’s representative on Earth Daniel Levy, feels to be increasing week on week.
What we’re dealing with here are facts opposed to complete speculation.
Out of the Champions League, the repayments for the New Destination™ just became a tougher undertaking.
Failure to get the stadium open before the close of 2018 is just another indicator of the incompetence – yes, big projects run over – but normally those businesses affected aren’t humiliated by prolonged homelessness and these businesses customers aren’t forced to use premises that they loathe at record prices.
Worse yet, Tottenham were the only side in Europe’s top 5 football leagues not to buy a single player in the last transfer window.
Spurs now have more debt than Manchester United.
The Telegraph warned that our players are concerned that Poch’s departure could be inevitable.
Should Pochettino walk, the inevitable fall out would be include an exodus of players.
One man who has no plans to take the first opportunity to jump ship is Kane.
The Harry Hotspur blog understands from a source close to the club that Harry Kane remains resolute and undistracted.
Kane’s relationship with the coaching staff at Spurs is a strong one, however he is so extremely loyal to the club and simply refuses to speculate about a future that doesn’t include being ‘one of our own’.
Harry’s ‘project’ is bigger than a stadium or a manager.
Poch quitting would be obviously be disastrous, however it’s debatable that it would be worse than Kane leaving.
A crumb of comfort admittedly, but passed on in good faith nevertheless.