Danny Rose apologizes to Spurs for abrasive interview, Pochettino responds

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"They are internationals today", Pochettino said.

Just in case you missed it but Danny said he felt that Spurs players were under-paid and that the club needed to sign well-known players and "not ones you had to Google".

Given their relative lack of revenue streams compared to the other teams in the top six - something the club is working hard to rectify - Spurs can argue that the summer has still been a success in keeping together a first XI that finished second past year, Walker aside.

It is inescapable at this time of year, even five days after the real football had finished, but the manager insisted plans were afoot.

"We need to bring new energy and strengthen our squad, everyone knows that". So now Mauricio Pochettino's side must get on with the show and adapt their game plan to suit the size of their temporary home ground. I rate him really highly - he was a brilliant component in the team and gave Conte adaptability. Wembley will prove a different beast and one they will have to adjust to quickly, which they failed to do Europe last season.

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"The Premier League's the place to be in England".

The gaffer: Mauricio Pochettino - In his three years at White Hart Lane, Pochettino has turned Tottenham Hotspur into genuine title challengers.

"He obviously would not want that, because you don't want to be going into a season when the whole team is down". Sissoko was handed a start against Juventus in pre-season and, despite a few erratic moments, generally impressed. "This was important and good", Pochettino said. I'm just not buying the idea that we don't need anyone. Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen were both excellent last season. If they do not continue to improve and pick up some silverware in the coming season then they may face the possibility of losing their key players to better clubs, which would put Pochettino and Levy right back at the start of their project. Despite that, they still possess two of England's best players in Harry Kane and Dele Alli so Spurs fans will remain optimistic that they can finish above their north London rivals Arsenal for the second time in 23 years.

"When you have young players with a good understanding and another year of experience, they have to be better, so I don't think it will be a problem for them because they have the same manager, the same staff, the same players and more experience in the Premier League, so they will be even more risky".

"Obviously it puts a lot of pressure on the youngsters to perform, but I do think he's got a group of players around them that can protect them".

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