Tottenham can use Europa League blow to their advantage as Mauricio Pochettino opens up on exit


Tottenham now know that they have to qualify for the Europa League group stage following Arsenal’s FA Cup win which cost the club a guaranteed spot.

Some of the latest Tottenham news focuses around that minor European blow but there is so much more to discuss.

Former club boss Mauricio Pochettino has spoken out once again and there is an update on the future of Troy Parrott.

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Here is your morning digest with the latest Tottenham news below.

Pochettino on Tottenham exit

The former Spurs manager has opened up on his exit last autumn and discussed the mistakes that he made.

In a new interview back in Spain, Pochettino has explained that ‘sometimes the vision of a coaching staff is not accepted by the club management’.

Pochettino was sacked last November only five months after he guided Tottenham to a Champions League final appearance.

Mauricio Pochettino has spoken about his time at Tottenham. (Photo by Justin Setterfield/Getty Images)
Mauricio Pochettino has spoken about his time at Tottenham. (Photo by Justin Setterfield/Getty Images)

Now he has spoken extensively in a detailed interview which you can find here.

How Mourinho can use Tottenham European blow

Tottenham will now have to qualify for the group stage of the Europa League next season following Arsenal’s FA Cup final win.

But Alasdair Gold feels that Spurs and Jose Mourinho can turn this into a positive.

Tottenham must now embark on their journey in the competition’s second qualifying round, with a behind closed doors match on September 17.


Gold has analysed the situation.

Read more here.

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Parrott loan details

Troy Parrott has linked up with Millwall on a season-long loan and there are high hopes for him.

The Championship club’s boss Gary Rowett has explained just how difficult it was to wrap up a deal with Tottenham for the highly-rated teenage striker.

“Yeah, they’re really hard [to get these types of deals done]. What you don’t get is a case of ringing a club or ringing a player and getting an instant answer,” he said in a video interview on Millwall’s official website. “There are so many things that have to be done. We’ve had two meetings with Troy. I won’t go into too much detail but I’m sure he spoke to lots of other people.

Tottenham Hotspur striker Troy Parrott has joined Millwall on loan for the season

“Probably for about ten days, Alex [Aldridge – head of recruitment] and Steve [Kavanagh – Millwall’s CEO], have been trying to get the deal with Tottenham. There are all sorts of different caveats, like there are with any deal. They’re just not easy to do.

“Also in the background there’s lots of other interest. The player I’m sure will have met other clubs as well and it’s not the sort of thing that gets done in two or three days. These deals take three, four, five, six or seven weeks to get done and sometimes even longer than that.

“Sometimes you don’t get them at first and then six months down the line in the next window you get that player, so it’s not simple. It’s very complicated and that’s why when we get one done we’re so pleased, because we understand, perhaps more than anyone, how much work goes on behind the scenes.”





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