Five changes Pochettino has made to make Spurs a top PL force
The mood at White Hart Line has been better than expected in recent years as Tottenham have gone through massive changes in managerial personnel and on-field fortunes.
Four managers have sat in the dugout in the last seven years as Spurs looked for the right match to move the club forward. Harry Redknapp, arguably, had the best spell of any when he guided a talented side to their first ever Champions League campaign in 2010/11, which they were knocked out of by the supreme kings of Europe Real Madrid in the quarter-finals.
Despite his success, he was replaced by ex-Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas who failed to equal Redknapp’s achievement and was also the same with the man who replaced him – Tim Sherwood.
However, amid what is becoming another successful season, it is looking like Tottenham may have found the answer to their managerial deficiencies in Mauricio Pochettino. The Argentine arrived from Southampton in 2014 and has since changed the fortunes of Tottenham for the better.
Here we take a look at FIVE ways the ex-Espanyol boss managed that…