Things can change pretty quickly in football.
Tottenham Hotspur won their first three matches of the 2018-19 Premier League season, including a 3-0 success away to Manchester United at the end of last month.
Since then though, Spurs have lost to Watford and Liverpool in the Premier League, and also suffered a 2-1 defeat away to Inter Milan in their Champions League opener on Tuesday night.
Mauricio Pochettino has done a terrific job since taking charge of Tottenham in 2014, and he’ll surely be in the frame for any top job that becomes available.
The 46-year-old is currently in a difficult spell as Tottenham boss, however, and it seems that some of his club’s own supporters are starting to turn on him.
Indeed, Pochettino’s decision-making skills have been called into question by the Tottenham fans, with many picking out the areas where the Argentine has to improve.
A selection of the Twitter reaction following the Inter defeat can be seen below:
First-time Mauricio Pochettino has lost three consecutive games in charge of Spurs.
— Ricky Sacks 🎙 (@RickSpur) September 18, 2018
I always feel he makes substitutions because he feels he needs to make a sub, not to make an impact on the game. Lakeland was killing it in the second half.
— Lee Fenner (@Fennomenon) September 18, 2018
He doesn’t learn! Never has never Will
— ☆~AJB~☆ (@alexjb93) September 18, 2018
Maybe he’s not the manager we think he is!
— roger howes (@rogerhowes1) September 18, 2018
I reckon this losing streak will go to 10 games in all competitions then poor old Poch will get booted (Just an opinion, please RT for eternity if I’m wrong, I want to be wrong!)
— I’m talking to a … (@THFC_Lane_) September 18, 2018
3 years too late with that shout Ricky .. hasn’t learnt a thing he is in more need of a tactical schooling than most top managers around
— Paul Angus (@theladdiePA) September 18, 2018
Yes, not impressed with any of it lately.
— IamTottenham (@Fan101Spurs) September 18, 2018
Very difficult to justify leaving Toby and Tripper at home with this defensive collapse in mind. “Technical reasons”. Come on. Play your best players.
— Henrik Löfgren (@HenrikLfgren) September 18, 2018