‘You are only as good as your players’: Harry Redknapp warns Tottenham to stick with under-pressure manager Mauricio Pochettino
- Tottenham are currently 14th in the Premier League and are yet to win away
- Spurs’ struggles follow a season when they reached the Champions League final
- But former Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp has urged Spurs to stick with Poch
Harry Redknapp believes Tottenham should not sack manager Mauricio Pochettino despite a poor start to the season.
Spurs are languishing in 14th place after an opening four months where they are yet to win away from home in the Premier League.
After a season which saw Tottenham reach the Champions League final, Pochettino is under increasing pressure but ex-Spurs boss Redknapp insists some blame needs to be laid at the feet of the players, speaking to The Sun.
Manager Mauricio Pochettino is under pressure at Tottenham after a torrid start to the season
Former Spurs boss Harry Redknapp believes Pochettino deserves time to turn things round
‘He’s a fantastic manager,’ said Redknapp.
‘You are only as good as your players and they need to pick up their form.
‘It would not even come into the equation for me to get rid of him.’
Tottenham have not won domestically since a 2-1 victory against Southampton on September 28, and are yet to win away from home in six Premier League attempts.
They face fierce rivals West Ham United on Saturday at the London Stadium, as the Premier League returns following the international break.