Has Mauricio Pochettino’s stock dropped? | ESPN FC



ESPN FC’s Kay Murray, Craig Burley, Steve Nicol and Nedum Onuoha discuss Mauricio Pochettino eyeing a manager job in the Premier League amid reports that PSG is set to sack him.

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  1. I've been saying this for some years now, Poch is overrated. What he did with Spurs was good, but he could never deliver those hights again. He was a mediocre player and is a mediocre manager. If he couldn't get a stacked PSG to more than an unconvincing ligue 1 trophy, then he has proven himself not be a manager for any top clubs.

  2. This is gonna sound bad because it is, but for me PSG turned into the zoo of football, players past their best, with little to no attachment to the club and surrounded with cages made of gold. I hope they finally start to realize this and change their transfer strategy, is not signing top names, is building a top team. The examples of Man City, Liverpool, Bayern, Barcelona even Madrid to a point recently. In most cases one or two big names surrounded by a team with very good players and a manager that basically puts his stamp on everything.

  3. Overrated coach reached 2nd position for a team that is allergic to winning trophies and thus labelled "Great". Always knew he was going to flop anywhere he was supposed to win, cannot expect him to leave his Spursy tendencies behind.

  4. So I went to spurs fan pages after Pochettino's sacking and they had an interesting take on him, he likes a young team, and what he will do is ostracize generally one, sometimes two players, he rides them hard and makes an example out of them to the rest of the players to keep them in line, the younger the team, the more likely they will follow, names like Nacer Chadli, Danny Rose, Andros Townsend, come to mind. Problem is, at big clubs you get established players on big contracts, that kind of treatment doesn't work on them no more.

  5. if psg wants coach who can lead them to win the champions league they have to sign with Luiz Enrique he used to lead Barcelona team with MSN to win everything

  6. Poor analysis by the espn team. Poch went to the semi final and won everything that needs to be won over there. Only Tuchel went further in the champions league than him and Tuchel said that it was a circus over there. Psg is the worse run big club in football. Onuha had the best analysis of the three

  7. When Stevie said superstar names in Manchester United my brain is going nuts🤣 except Ronaldo and De gea who is at superstar level in that squad?!!!

  8. Anyone bashing Poch cuz of the PSG gig has not been watching European football for the past decade
    No one has done great with that PSG dressing room but done very well after they left

  9. Lol you can't blame him for PSG. When you look at how that club is run and the power they give players whose reputations and images are already bigger than any managers.

    He would still be a great manager if he can build his own team, with his own style and in time would have done very well with united but would have taken 3-4 years. Newcastle would be a great project for him long term

  10. No one in this planet can help PSG win UCL untill they change their owners attitude… Any player can go against the coach and talk to the owners directly which is an absolute no no in any sports. The manager or the coach needs to have an Absolute control on the team and then only they can win something Big…

  11. Every Manager that joins PSG loses their stock look at United Emery linked to real Madrid before psg and them ended up at PSG them going to Arsenal

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