Tottenham fans have taken to Twitter to blame Mauricio Pochettino for the embarrassing loss to Arsenal in the north London derby.
The former Southampton boss is yet to win in six visits to the Emirates as a coach, even when his side have been considered favourites on a few occasions.
Interestingly, the Argentine has often been called out by fans for his odd team selections, most recently leaving Toby Alderweireld on the bench in favour of Juan Foyth in the 4-2 loss to the Gunners.
Spurs fans have also lambasted their boss for his poor substitutions, and have also questioned his in-game management on the big occasion, citing the FA Cup semi-final loss to Chelsea in which Heung-min Son played at wing-back as an example.
He is one of the most highly-rated coaches in Europe, although that fact doesn’t seem to protect him from criticism off his own fanbase.
Let’s take a look at some of the best tweets…
Pochettino is a good coach but he is also a huge bottler. Remember the FA cup semi finals against Chelsea when he played son as a wingback? Today there was no logical reason for Toby to be benched.
— Brian Cheruiyot (@Brianyot) December 2, 2018
Always absolutely gutting to lose a NLD but what a game, what a fixture. Two best strikers in the league on opposite teams, two of the most exciting managers in the sport – a derby that always lives up to the hype. Fatigue + Pochettino's errors cost us the game, nothing else.
— Josh Brown (@Brownyyy26) December 2, 2018
Pochettino handed them that on a plate,take the rose tinted glasses off,any half decent manager could of done & can do just the same job as Pochettino is doing in a very bang average Premiere League,when it counts Pochettino doesn't have what it takes to take us to the next level
— TomR81 (@TomR555) December 2, 2018
I love the "we will learn from our mistakes" tweets 😂😂 as everyone knows, I love Pochettino but he makes the same mistakes time and time again. So do some players. Its been 4 years….
— Trevor Lloyd (@Trevorlloyd92) December 2, 2018
Pochettino is a bang average manager who has no mentality to win big games. He’s a great coach, but average manager. Know the difference. I shall not speak no more. I am already in big trouble.
— BleedSpurs (@BleedSpurs) December 2, 2018
Pochettino has bought into his own hype and now believes he doesn't need to learn from his mistakes. His fifth season for tottenham and he still hasn't grasped the idea that substitutions can be made before the 70th minute.
— Tackleson (@Tackleson6) December 2, 2018
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