Spurs legend David Ginola backs the club to become ‘great’

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Tottenham Hotspur’s incredible journey to UEFA Champions League’s finals has elevated them into an elite category according to club legend David Ginola.

Mauricio Pochettino’s side came back from being 3-0 down on aggregate, away from home in the second leg of their semifinals with Ajax.

The Spurs will now take on fellow English rivals Liverpool in Madrid on June the 1st and Spurs legend David Ginola credits it all to the work Mauricio Pochettino and Daniel Levy have put in to stabilise the club in times of dire financial crisis.

“Every single person now realises that Spurs is one of the clubs to take into consideration,” Ginola told talkSPORT.

“Spurs have got every bits and pieces to be a great club. They have a great training centre, a great stadium, and now they’ve got a great team.

“Pochettino has not spent a penny in the last year-and-a-half, probably the only team that have not spent a lot of money on players.

“This is the reward for stability, players getting to know each other in training, this is how you get results.”

Spurs looked down and out at halftime last night but they pulled the rabbit out of the hat once again which rendered the ex-France international speechless.

“I could not believe it, What an amazing performance, putting so much energy in the game and keeping their faith to the end.

Spurs Legend David Ginola reveals why Mauricio Pochettino is a great manager
Spurs Legend David Ginola reveals why Mauricio Pochettino is a great manager

“Pochettino has been criticised so long about not winning any silverware. But his coaching, putting (Fernando) Llorente on, made the whole difference.

“This is why Pochettino is a great manager, because he can see when the team is not performing well and he has the ability to change the team in a second.

“When Llorente went on, all the lights went on as well – Son, Ali, Eriksen and Lucas Moura.

“It was the first time in the Champions League this season you saw Ajax struggling.

“They had great performances against Real Madrid and Juventus, but in the second half you could not recognise the players from Ajax.”


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