London Evening Standard
- Tue May 1 12:01 PM
Harry Kane insists he will be fully fit for England at the World Cup after Mauricio Pochettino revealed he was still feeling the effects of his recent ankle injury.
- Mon Apr 30 8:38 PM
Ahead of Tottenham's Premier League clash with Watford at Wembley, the former Manchester United defender and current Sky Sports pundit laid out four changes to the PFA's official team.
- Sat Apr 28 11:58 AM
SkySports Watford boss Javi Gracia is hopeful captain Troy Deeney will be available for Monday's trip to Tottenham, live on Sky Sports. The Hornets striker left Vicarage Road in a protective boot following the goalless draw with Crystal Palace last weekend. Some and more »
|I told them yesterday (Friday) for me it's like we start from zero. I asked them with the possibility that they are going to have they need to trust,
Pochettino told football.london .
That is our decision - to keep the best players and to keep the squad,
said Pochettino earlier in the week. It's a brave decision.
I told you [the other day] that many of the players returned in a good condition,
Pochettino said. I was so happy about that.
It is important to be strong from the beginning and have belief and convey a positive message,