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Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham will deserve trophies, not buy them

17 Marcha 2018, 07:10 | Cornelio Vivanco

Spurs were knocked out of the Champions League by Juventus last week, but still have the FA Cup and the race for second place in the Premier League to fight for.

The Premier League or La Liga or the Bundesliga or the Calcio (Serie A), not only you need luck - you need to deserve to win this type of title. The players, the fans, the coach needs to have a taste of glory to do it again.

The other three league games are at 3pm and see Huddersfield host Crystal Palace, Everton travel to Stoke and Bournemouth play West Brom at the Vitality Stadium.

As is the case with on-loan midfielder Andy King who had previously represented Leicester City in this season's FA Cup. Winning trophies require the right mentality and a certain level of experience. The current season is the fourth of the manager's and yet there is no silverware under him. They are at the quarter-final stage and face a difficult trip to face Swansea City. It follows a disappointing night in Spain where we saw a good team performance fall flat as Barcelona capitalised on individual errors to go through to the Champions League's last eight at our expense.

'After this dramatic defeat, their return to the league saw them lose to bottom of the table'.
Read on to discover how Spurs will adjust their lineup at Swansea.

Just like Swansea, Tottenham too will be without their leading goalscorer of the season as Harry Kane is out for a considerable amount of time after picking up an ankle injury last weekend. In the last two matches, he has shown that he can thrive in both attack and defence, which will encourage his manager. After this game, they won one league game but then lost two on the spin to fall 2 points below the automatic promotion places. Having taken the lead at Wembley and in a comfortable position at the hour mark, Tottenham could not hold on. 'We knew we had to score to get at least extra-time.

For Pochettino, the English FA Cup offers the chance finally to rubber-stamp his impressive project at Tottenham with some silverware. You need some luck with the draw and the form of the players you're going to face.

'You will be in the history but you cannot live in the past.

Swansea City have won all three of their home FA Cup matches this season, albeit against lower league opposition on every occasion.

Spurs bounced back to winning ways in the Premier League last Sunday when they sealed a 4-1 win over Bournemouth to keep themselves in the race for a top four finish in the Premier League.

He does not simply want to be fortunate - one of his major issues with the FA Cup and League Cup. That would be the latest in a succession of blows for Winks, and it would be hard to see when he would next get a chance to impress Southgate.

Chris Hughton's Brighton side will be tricky opponents though, having made a good fist of their first season of Premier League football, sitting 11th in the table.



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