Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has come under pressure this season after a run of poor results.
Spurs are in the bottom half of the Premier League with just 13 points from their opening 11 games, form that leaves them 10 points off the top four already.
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Crushing defeats at the hands of Bayern Munich, Colchester and Brighton have been compounded by a serious injury to captain Hugo Lloris as well as the poor form of star players Christian Eriksen (two goals in 14 appearances) and Dele Alli (two goals in nine appearances).
After an unusually busy summer, new signings have struggled to make an impact in North London. Giovani Lo Celso and Ryan Sessegnon have both struggled with injury issues.
The Spurs team has definitely been unsettled, but that’s not a new concept. Pochettino hasn’t named the same starting eleven in consecutive matches for 93 games.
Here’s how some Spurs fans reacted to that incredible statistic:
— No Context Tottenham (@nocontextspurs) November 7, 2019
This has to change Saturday. But it won’t.
— ᴀʟᴇx (@_10Kane) November 6, 2019
Be 94 come Saturday when he starts Eriksen
— James (@JimboGrill5000) November 6, 2019
— Shaun Lewis (@ShaunLewis17) November 6, 2019
Rotating a lot isn’t necessarily a bad thing just as always playing the same isn’t necessarily a good thing. Hitzfeld won two Champions Leagues and a bunch of leagues and cups by rotating the hell out of his squad and other coaches have had much success rotating, too.
— soerenpaul (@Rundfunk_West) November 7, 2019
And it shows in the results
— Just Jason (@fadetoblack777) November 6, 2019
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