Per The Solar, Pochettino became once pushing for Spurs to signal Coutinho having already managed the 27-year-aged all over his mortgage spell at Espanyol in 2012.
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Maurcio Pochettino has left Tottenham Hotspur, the club announced on Tuesday evening, citing poor results as the reason for the "reluctant" decision.
Telegraph Sport understands that Pochettino refused a request from Levy to quit last week and that forced the Spurs chairman's hand to make the decision.
Pochettino's successor will have a tough act to follow, inheriting a squad lacking in areas like full back and central midfield.
Since his arrival from Southampton in 2014 Pochettino has been a hugely popular figure with Spurs fans, and he led the team to a top four finish four times in a row.
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A video of the workout, along with an interview, will be prepared and sent to every head coach and general manager in the league. Sports, the NFL-mandated waiver including non-guarantees of employment was a major issue when it came to how things fell apart.
However, a run that featured incredibly dramatic quarter-final and semi-final triumphs over Manchester City and Ajax respectively served to distract from dwindling domestic form that has not picked up this term.
"West Ham will be a tough match, but I are not able to see his job remaining on the line", Redknapp stated.
The writing has been on the wall for a while as key players such as Christian Eriksen haven't been performing to the best of their abilities.
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