Stadium White Hart Lane
Time at Club:
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 taken Spurs through to the Capital One Cup Final, finishing 5th in his first season, and then 3rd in 2015/16, although the club challenged for the title for the majority of the campaign.
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 a solitary win against West Ham United and 5 draws against Arsenal, Leicester City, Bournemouth, Bayer Leverkusen and West Bromwich Albion over the last 10 games to thank for earning a mediocre 8 points. Tottenham Hotspur have surrendered 12 goals in the process while scoring 9 to give them a poor 9 goal difference.
|03 Dec||Tottenham Hotspur||16:00||Swansea City|
|11 Dec||Manchester United||16:00||Tottenham Hotspur|
|14 Dec||Tottenham Hotspur||21:00||Hull City|
|17 Dec||Tottenham Hotspur||16:00||Burnley|
|26 Dec||Southampton||16:00||Tottenham Hotspur|
|31 Dec||Watford||16:00||Tottenham Hotspur|
|03 Dec||vs Swansea City||16:00|
|11 Dec||@ Manchester United||16:00|
|14 Dec||vs Hull City||21:00|
|17 Dec||vs Burnley||16:00|
|26 Dec||@ Southampton||16:00|
|31 Dec||@ Watford||16:00|