Many Tottenham Hotspur fans want Mauricio Pochettino to remain as the club’s manager despite last night’s mauling at the hands of Bayern Munich.
Will this be Mauricio Pochettino's last season at Tottenham?
The Lilywhites were thrashed 7-2 with former Arsenal attacker Serge Gnabry scoring four, Robert Lewandowski scoring two and Joshua Kimmich scoring one (via BBC).
The Argentine hasn’t enjoyed the best of seasons thus far, winning just three of his 10 games in all competitions (via WhoScored).
The loss to the German champions left the north London giants rooted to the bottom of their Champions League group after they also drew their opening group game away to Olympiacos.
Despite the heavy loss last night, fans came out in support of their manager, who has been at the club for over five years now as they took to Twitter to react.
Here is a selection of tweets from the Tottenham faithful:
— Andrew 🇺🇸🇬🇧 (@KCChiefsUpNorth) October 1, 2019
This guy made Tottenham a Champions League finalist, a mediocre team with no signings, and you want to sack him.
Unbelievable, sack Levy instead.
— Alexander (@Alexander_Rises) October 1, 2019
The club have left Poch down. All these idiots saying Poch out. He’s transformed our club. He was promised to be backed in the window and we weren’t given half the players he wanted. And yet we still sold many players. Half the team don’t even want to be here. Overhaul is needed
— Ghulam (@Ghulam_Afzal11) October 1, 2019
We ain’t going to get any better than him.
— ❤ shaunnah blaney ❤ (@ShaunnahBlaney) October 1, 2019
Nothing to do with Poch. Got all to do with lack of investment in squad by Levy. Attitude of senior players. If anything #LevyOut
— Mark von Bentheim (@MarkvonB) October 1, 2019
That’s wasn’t our night but you got us Boss I got your back
— Levy Alonzeau (@LevyAlonzeau1) October 1, 2019
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