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12 Mar 2019 17:54:10
so we all said that February/ start of march would determine OLE's future and if we got out of this run of games with a chance of top 4 would be the best we could aim for.

how are we all feeling? big away performances 1 loss in the cup a miracle in paris and 1 loss in the league only 3 points off 3rd and 2 off 4th add the injuries we suffered in this run.

no doubt the football is different the mood is different we are having a go and we are all enjoying the football again.

has ole passed his test? what more needs doing for him to be given the job is he still everyones choice .

we can still get top 4, FA CUP QF, CL QF not a bad turnaround ay.

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12 Mar 2019 19:37:59
Ole has most definitely passed his test and if he were to be given the job i would have no problem with it.

But if at the time of the joses sacking the club did indeed have plans for a long term vision with pochetino at the wheel working with a director of football, then i would hope they would carry that out regardless of what ole has done.

Poch hasn't suddenly become a worse manager since oles come in and done so well and for me is still the best available manager out there.

12 Mar 2019 20:19:37
Ole has done wonderful to get us in with a shout of top 4. For him to get the job permanently, he's going to have to get us in the Champions League next year.

I have my reservations about Ole but if he can finish in the top 4, then he thoroughly deserve's it. Considering the position we're in now, if we fail to get top 4, I don't think he's up for it.

12 Mar 2019 20:44:27
That ia right. It will be Poch. Good though Ole is, he has reached peak achievement levels.

12 Mar 2019 21:22:13
I still wouldn't give him the job now, he has done great but I would wait till the end of the season to make the decision.

12 Mar 2019 22:31:54
If Allegri is available I would give it to him. Proven winner in a very hard league. Will make sure our defence is solid and his teams play attractive football. Am slightly concerned at how Poch has started to talk about his team negatively recently. I always prefer the "don't wash your dirty linen in public" attitude. Defend them to the outside world but give them hell if needs be when alone with them. The other thing that concerns me about him is that he cannot seem to instill a winning mentality into Spurs that enables them to keep on winning despite the increasing pressure at the end of a successful season.

13 Mar 2019 00:02:09
This is crazy talk. Absolute madness. Ole will get the job and I suspect he will do rather well at it.

13 Mar 2019 06:44:49
Ole breathes Manchester United.
It's time to give the keys to this man who embraces the United culture.

13 Mar 2019 08:56:41
As DSG mentioned, if we planned for Pochettino as our long term solution, then we should go with it.

But huge credit to Ole, that he has almost managed to make this plan void.

13 Mar 2019 09:29:40
Let's just enjoy the rest of the season and decide at the end, this post proves that making a decision on a game by game basis is not the way to go about it. When Ole took over we had no chance of top 4, now suddenly he must get top 4 or he doesn't get the job, expectations have increased which is not ideal for him.

I prefer to just have a look at the end of his spell how he has done and then make a decision, still a lot of big games to come, City and Chelsea at home, Wolves away in the league and in the cup and then hopefully a couple of games at Wembley as well as a huge Champions League QF which seemed a pipe dream only a few weeks ago, what a time to be a fan, let's enjoy it and worry about the permanent manager after we pick up the CL trophy on 1st June.



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