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Tottenham Hotspur are managed by Mauricio Pochettino who replaced Tim Sherwood in the summer of 2015, signing a whopping five year deal, which has since been extended to 2021.
The highly-rated Argentine has since taken Spurs through to the Capital One Cup Final, finishing 5th in his first season, then 3rd in 2015/16, although the club challenged for the title for the majority of the campaign, while they came 2nd last term.
Chairman Daniel Levy is no stranger to making a change in the dugout when he believes a boss is under performing, with the latest sacking Tim Sherwood lasting just six months, despite an impressive record.
Spurs enjoyed a cracking few years under manager Harry Redknapp, which was reflected in their impressive run to the last eight of the Champions League during the 2010/11 season. After getting a taste of Europe's most lucrative competition, the fans, players and manager are desperate for a return. The players did their bit by finished 4th but they will only qualify for the competition if Chelsea lose to Bayern Munich in the Champions League Final.
Tottenham Hotspur have reaped 7 wins in the last 10 games, beating Barnsley, Borussia Dortmund, Everton, Newcastle United, Hull City, Leicester City and Manchester United. 2 draws against Swansea City and Burnley and defeats to Chelsea has seen them score 26 at an average of 2.6 goals per game while shipping 7.
|23 Sep||West Ham United||14:00||Tottenham Hotspur|
|30 Sep||Huddersfield Town||14:00||Tottenham Hotspur|
|14 Oct||Tottenham Hotspur||14:00||Bournemouth|
|21 Oct||Tottenham Hotspur||14:00||Liverpool|
|28 Oct||Manchester United||14:00||Tottenham Hotspur|
|04 Nov||Tottenham Hotspur||15:00||Crystal Palace|
|23 Sep||@ West Ham United||14:00|
|30 Sep||@ Huddersfield Town||14:00|
|14 Oct||vs Bournemouth||14:00|
|21 Oct||vs Liverpool||14:00|
|28 Oct||@ Manchester United||14:00|
|04 Nov||vs Crystal Palace||15:00|