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.
|We are going to lose Son for the Asia Cup and if Harry Kane suffers an injury it is going to be massive for us,
said Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino.
Our fans, Arsenal fans, Chelsea fans, [fans] around the world, we need to celebrate for us,
Pochettino said at the time. I don't care if it is Arsenal fans, Argentina fans, Tottenham fans, Espanyol or Barcelona fans - I am against this type of situation.
I saw a stat about how teams were spending money in the last 10 years and we were on the bottom in England and Europe,
Pochettino said. If we want to be real contenders, we need to operate in a different way in the future.
It was an amazing second half, I am so pleased,
Pochettino said after the match.