Several Tottenham Hotspur supporters have been left amused following reports linking former manager Mauricio Pochettino with the West Ham job.
The Daily Star are suggesting that the Hammers are interested in trying to lure to Argentine to the London Stadium if they decide to make a change in the dugout.
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Manuel Pellegrini is under extreme pressure at the moment. His team has lost seven of their last nine in the Premier League (Transfermarkt) and it is thought that if the club lose against Southampton at the weekend, he could be sacked (The Guardian).
Pochettino has been out of work since being dismissed by Spurs in November, but he has already been linked with several big jobs since then including at Manchester United (Manchester Evening News) and even Manchester City (Daily Mail).
It would be a remarkable turn of events if he did end up at West Ham, but it is fair to say that the majority of Spurs fans do not believe it will happen.
Here is how some reacted on Twitter after seeing Pochettino linked with the Hammers…
Don’t be daft. Hire the proper football man pic.twitter.com/LIfNn9NGtz
— Sydney Spurs (@sydneyspurs) December 13, 2019
Ahahaha this has made my morning
— Dylan (@Dylan_THFC) December 13, 2019
😂 Good one
— Young_Sally (@Spurs693) December 13, 2019
All these comedians 😂 Thanks though, I needed a laugh.
— ap (@otheranthony) December 13, 2019
I have an ambition to run the country but have no chance!
— Michael Burdon (@Woodlandmikey) December 13, 2019
AHAHAHA DREAM ON
— Josh (@thfctanganga) December 13, 2019
Poch walking in the meeting pic.twitter.com/P6PDgPdSgN
— Jack Bain (@jackbainz7) December 13, 2019
He hasn’t won anything, but he’s still bigger than their club.
— Manny (@Mannythfc) December 13, 2019
West Ham couldn’t hire Tim Sherwood.
— Rob Trites (@DigitalBawb) December 13, 2019
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