“Terrible game plan” – A lot of Tottenham Hotspur fans have had enough of Mauricio Pochettino, and they have blamed him for the defeat to Newcastle United.
Spurs were beaten 1-0 at home to the Toon – who had lost both of their first two games, but despite having 80% possession Spurs could not break down Newcastle, and they took all three points thanks to Joelinton’s first goal for the club.
Newcastle were largely comfortable for most of the match and many Spurs fans think that losing to the Toon is unacceptable.
See the best of the reaction below.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) August 25, 2019
…adapt and grow. He is slowly starting to lose my trust as the manager, but I’m not on the Poch out train…yet.
— jim lahey (@BarakosNicholas) August 25, 2019
Same old Poch. Useless in front of the camera/microphone. Nothing new learned.
— Dwight Kurt Schrute III (@asregman) August 25, 2019
Am sorry but I don’t believe you anymore! Been awful last 15 league games! 15pts out of 15 games (relegation results)
Only UCL luck keeps @SpursOfficial afloat
— Raymond Lusis (@RaymondLusis) August 25, 2019
These Tottenham fans are sick of listening to Pochettino’s excuses, and they seem to be losing faith in their manager.
You got it wrong Poch, swallow that ego and accept that this is on you and your self righteous decisions about key players
— Kenny Kickit (@Kennykick_it) August 25, 2019
All he has to say is he didn’t choose the starters correctly…
— ZGold26 (@Gold26Z) August 25, 2019
Woeful performance, Lamela should never had started, Jan should have started and Poch needs to admit he gets it wrong and change it at half time
— Trevor Wright (@trevortheyid) August 25, 2019
Blah Blah Blah. Terrible game plan, with the wrong players to try and carry it out. No excuse to lose straight up to Newcastle in your own pitch.
— Charles Meshell (@ROICapper1) August 25, 2019
Take responsibility… both team selection and tactics were awful
— Nature lover???? © (@bwalyaandrew) August 25, 2019
Other Spurs fans are fuming at Pochettino’s tactical decisions, and they just want him to admit that he got it wrong on this occasion.