Former Tottenham coach Harry Redknapp has backed current coach Mauricio Pochettino to turn things around after a difficult start to the 2109/20 campaign.
The Argentine tactician is under pressure after a series of poor results and many have hinted that he could step down or be sacked by the North London club. The highlight of the poor run was the 7-2 defeat in the hands of Bayern Munich on Tuesday night at home.
Redknapp, who coached Spurs for four years, however, believes that the former Southampton boss will not throw in the towel stating that they have good facilities and players in the team.
“I don’t see him walking away. He’s at a club where everything is in place. Off-field, they’ve got an amazing stadium and incredible training facilities. And he’s got an excellent group of players,” he stated.
The 72-year old who now serves as a pundit further urged Pochettino to show that he is a super tactician by turning things around.
“At the moment, they’re having a bit of a blip. It’s up to him now to show how good he is, get them back on track and start playing as we all know they can. If he’s a great manager, he’s going to have to do that now,” he added.