Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said Tottenham Hotspur’s Mauricio Pochettino has “done very well”, but is now stuck having to “show you can give people more”.
Pochettino led Tottenham to last season’s UEFA Champions League final, but they have struggled this campaign.
Tottenham recently lost to fourth tier Colchester United in the English League Cup, suffered a 7-2 humiliation at home to Bayern Munich in the Champions League and were beaten 3-0 by Brighton in the English Premier League.
Wenger, speaking two days after the Bayern defeat, said Pochettino has started to become a victim of his own success – just as when the Frenchman was expected to build on a Premier League top four finish during the final years of his Arsenal tenure.
Wenger also feels Tottenham and Christian Eriksen, whose contract next year, do not share the “same chemistry” anymore.
Watch Wenger share his thoughts in the video above.
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