Former Tottenham Hotspur boss Harry Redknapp has revealed what the club’s chairman Daniel Levy told him about Mauricio Pochettino at Sunday’s game against Liverpool in the Premier League.
Spurs travelled to Anfield last weekend on the back of several poor displays in the league, placing their status in the top four in serious danger.
The last game which the team had to play prior to the opening of the new stadium was a showdown again Liverpool, who have been chasing the Premier League title all season.
Even though Lucas Moura scored for the away side on Sunday, Tottenham still went on to suffer a devastating blow late on as a howler from Hugo Lloris gifted Jurgen Klopp’s side the win.
After that loss, some fans were concerned about what the club’s hierarchy has been telling manager Mauricio Pochettino to achieve as the team appears to have run into another worrying obstacle in the season.
“I spoke to Levy on Sunday and he said there’s no pressure on Pochettino to win anything and nobody is telling him that we’ve got to do it this year,” Redknapp said, as quoted by 90min.
“So I don’t see him coming under any pressure.
“For whatever reason at the moment they have just gone through one of those spells again, when the crunch comes, that they can’t get the results they need. It’s difficult to know [where they’re going wrong].”