Mauricio Pochettino reckons that striker Harry Kane needs to be even better next season

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino reckons that striker Harry Kane needs to be even better next season if he is to continue his progress.

The England international has enjoyed an amazing 10 months at White Hart Lane. After being on the verge of being loaned out to yet another lower division club, Tim Sherwood gave the striker an amazing opportunity and he has grabbed it with both hands. Pochettino took a lot of time before having the confidence to use the player in the league, but he was rewarded immensely after Kane scored 30 goals in all competitions before managing to win the PFA Young Player of the Year award.

Pochettino says that Kane needs to perform next season as well if he is to prove his critics that this season was not a flash in the pan. However, the 21-year-old will face a lot of challenges in order to do so. His opposition will be much more wiser when it comes to dealing with him during the game. Further, he will also be required to return much quicker than scheduled if Tottenham qualify for the Europa League. The lack of rest could be worsened because of his participation in the upcoming Euro U21 Championships. Read Full Post…

UEFA European Under-21 Championship will kick-off on June 17

The UEFA European Under-21 Championship will kick-off on June 17 of the current year and this is tournament where young players get the chance to perform at the international stage and get to know what it feels like to represent their respective national squads in a big tournament.

Some of the highest rated player in the world such as: MesutOzil, Gianluigi Buffon, Fabio Cannavaro and IkerCasillas all of them began their international careers by performing in this kind of competition and now the manager of Tottenham Hotspur has announced that Harry Kane will be able to play in the upcoming championship as the 21 year old player will be given the chance to help England in winning this piece of silverware that his country has failed to win in over 30 years.

It was doubtful if whether or not Harry Kane was going to be allowed by Tottenham Hotspur to perform for England in this international competition as players sometimes get injured for an extensively long period of time when performing with their respective countries but it seems like Mauricio Pochettinodoes not believe this will happen to Harry Kane who has been the breakthrough player of the Premier League in this season. Read Full Post…

Harry Kane performance convinced many Clubs

Harry Kane’s recent string of impressive performances have been enough to convince the head coach of Tottenham Hotspurs, Mauricio Pochettino on offering the 21 year old player a contract extension which extends until 2020.

It’s believed that Kane will be earning around 35,000 pounds each week with this new contract that has been signed.

“It’s been a great six months since signing the last contract. I’ve been really pleased with how things have gone. This new contract is another stepping stone and hopefully now I’ll push on again from this and get even better.I’m only 21 and I’ve a lot of football ahead of me. I’ll keep my feet on the ground and keep working hard for the team and for the club. I’ve been at Spurs since I was 11 and always loved the club.’’ Harry Kane expressed his joy in signing the new contract as this was the statement that he wrote on the official website of Tottenham Hotspur. Read Full Post…

Mauricio Pochettino not interested in Adding any more Players to Club

The Spurs manager, Mauricio Pochettino, has said that he is not willing to make any more additions to his side this winter.

The Spurs had signed a lot of players during the pre-season transfer window, six to be precise, namely Eric Dier (England), Ben Davies (Wales), Benjamin Stambouli (France), Michel Vorm (Netherlands), Federico Fazio (Argentina) and DeAndre Yedlin (United States of America).

Pochettino reckons his side is stable at each and every front at the moment and there is simply no need for any signing to be made in January.

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