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During the summer Tottenham Hotspur named Mauricio Pochettino as their new manager on a whopping five year deal. The highly rated Argentine arrived at White Hart Lane fresh from an impressive season at Southampton, with whom he led to an 8th place finish with a record points haul.

Pochettino will be expected to make a similar impact at Spurs, with a top-4 finish the aim ahead of the 2014/5 campaign. However, the season has so far been a disappointing one for the club, resulting in problems for Pochettino in the Premier League Sack Race.

Recent History

The North London club relieved Tim Sherwood of his duties at White Hart Late at the end of the 2013/14. Chairman Daniel Levy is no stranger to making a change in the dugout when he believes a boss is under performing, with Sherwood lasting just six months, despite an impressive record.

Spurs sacked their previous manager Andre Villas-Boas in December 2013 following their crushing 5-0 defeat at home to Liverpool. The heavy loss came just a few weeks after their 6-0 drubbing at Man City, with chairman Daniel Levy deciding to take action and make a change. AVB had been the hot 1/4 favourite in the Premier League Sack Race and now leaves the club after less than 18 months in charge.

Spurs vastly improved under former 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.

Last season there was an overwhelming amount of speculation linking Redknapp with the vacant England job. The Spurs boss was both the hot favourite and the people's choice to lead his country at Euro 2012. However, in a surprise move the Football Association opted to appointed Roy Hodgson instead. Redknapp later revealed that he would have taken the job if he had been approached.

Last 6 League Games

21 SepTottenham Hotspur0 - 1West Bromwich AlbionL
21 SepTottenham Hotspur0 - 1West Bromwich AlbionL
13 SepSunderland2 - 2Tottenham HotspurD
31 AugTottenham Hotspur0 - 3LiverpoolL
24 AugTottenham Hotspur4 - 0Queens Park RangersW
16 AugWest Ham United0 - 1Tottenham HotspurW
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Upcoming Fixtures

27 SepArsenal15:00Tottenham Hotspur
04 OctTottenham Hotspur15:00Southampton
18 OctManchester City15:00Tottenham Hotspur
25 OctTottenham Hotspur15:00Newcastle United
01 NovAston Villa16:00Tottenham Hotspur
08 NovTottenham Hotspur16:00Stoke City

Tottenham Hotspur Manager History

ManagerStart DateEnd Date
Mauricio Pochettino27 May 2014Present
Tim Sherwood23 December 201313 May 2014
Andre-Villas Boas3 July 201216 December 2013
Andre-Villas Boas3 July 20123 July 2012
Harry Redknapp25 October 200813 June 2012
Juande Ramos29 October 200725 October 2008
Clive Allen26 October 200729 October 2007
Martin Jol5 November 200426 October 2007
Jacques Santini3 June 20045 November 2004
David Pleat21 September 20033 June 2004
Glenn Hoddle2 April 200121 September 2003
David Pleat16 March 20012 April 2001
George Graham1 October 199816 March 2001
Chris Hughton7 September 19981 October 1998
David Pleat7 September 19981 October 1998
Christian Gross19 November 19975 September 1998
Gerry Francis15 November 199419 November 1997
Steve Perryman1 November 199415 November 1994
Ossie Ardiles19 June 19931 November 1994
Doug Livermore27 May 199219 June 1993
Peter Shreeves23 July 199115 May 1992
Terry Venables28 November 198730 June 1991
David Pleat16 May 198623 October 1987
Peter Shreeves25 June 198413 May 1986
Keith Burkinshaw14 July 197625 June 1984
Terry Neill11 September 197423 June 1976
Bill Nicholson1 October 195829 August 1974
Jimmy Anderson1 July 19551 October 1958
Arthur Rowe1 May 19491 July 1955
Joe Hulme1 January 19461 May 1949
Arthur Turner1 August 19421 January 1946
Peter McWilliam1 May 19381 June 1942
Jack Tresadern1 June 193530 April 1938
Percy Smith1 January 19301 April 1935
Billy Minter1 February 19271 November 1929
Peter McWilliam1 January 19131 February 1927
Fred Kirkham1 August 190731 May 1908
John Cameron1 August 189931 May 1906
Frank Brettell1 August 189831 May 1899
Present League Position
7.Leicester City5221988
8.West Ham United5212987
9.Tottenham Hotspur5212767
10.Hull City5131776
Tottenham Hotspur Results
Aston Villa--
Crystal Palace--
Hull City--
Leicester City--
Manchester City--
Manchester United--
Newcastle United--
Queens Park Rangers4-0-
Stoke City--
Tottenham Hotspur--
West Bromwich Albion0-1-
West Ham United-0-1


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