That's my concern as well. It often gets brought up that he has taken Spurs into the top 4 with very limited investment, which is true, but that is only half of the story. That Tottenham squad has some really, really good players in it, and unless Poch scouts and makes all those deals himself, he does not really deserve all the credit because investment does not equal quality.But even in that leicester fairy tale season Poch had his best ever chance to take the title and failed. You probably think I hate on him but quite the opposite I think Poch is a good manager but if you watch Tottenham play now which I'm sure you already do there are clear warning signs there. Hypothetically let's say we hired him. We would all accept top 4 his first season but after that most would say he should be able to go for the title. Thats the problem he's never proven he can. Would we just want him to stay here for years finishing 4th and then have a meltdown like now?
Kane, Son, Eriksen, Alderweireld/Verthongen, Alli and probably more could walk straight into out first XI and improve us immensely. Meanwhile we have squandered nearly a fecking billion since 2013, and what do we have to show for it? Pogba?
Despite lack of funds, Tottenham has a really good squad and i feel like Poch should have won something in his time there, even if it just was a Micky Mouse trophy