So that's it then end of an era, Pochettino shown the door after a dismal run of form, losing the dressing room and performances that simply weren't good enough. "The greatest manager we've ever had" I've seen being touted by Poch FC worshippers - The Greatest Manager to have won absolutely nothing. 'Runner up Champion' is an accolade no one celebrated ever (apart from bedwetter Spurs fans) People seriously need to get themselves in check, Sport is about winning it's not about endless Journeys, Buildings, Projects and whatever else people that don't win anything get excited or crow about. Where was Poch going with this team other than backwards? He spoke of bravery, doing things differently and rebuilds then hid everytime it was time to back it up. He's managed to alienate half the squad, the other half look totally spent and out of ideas it was just a complete shambles in the end. Now I'm not saying Poch was rubbish (as I hear the sound of many a pair of knickers twisting at the mere suggestion he wasn't a God) his 2nd and 3rd years with us were his peak and we played some really good football with pace, energy, aggressive front foot football, this was the Poch Philosophy when it worked. Unfortunately unless you cut losses, speculate to accumulate and learn from your short comings not only are you destined to miss out again but the comfy nature creeps in and people start to lose belief in the regime/methods (of which I called at the time) this is what caused the downfall. Levy and ENIC are just a life and money sucking parasite on the host that is Tottenham Hotspur their shenanigans over the past 4 years haven't exactly been the most helpful or inspirational and are just as equally to blame as Pochettino for the downward slump which was becoming a free fall. But Pochettino has to take his share of responsibility. His disappearing acts in big games, disappearing acts during Transfer Windows, his arrogant/delusional defence/excuses, poor squad management, persistence with serial underachievers, negative statements before big games, belittling of cups and utter nonsensical drivel he spouted was just too much in the end especially seeing as the results/stats/performances were stacking up against him. His forever happy compliance with his squad was his biggest failing, perhaps had he been more gutsy things could be different, or perhaps he just couldn't see the problems. If he gets his move to a bigger club we'll be able to see if he really is what some people make him out to be, personally I think his best is past him and he'll get spat out by a Madrid or Utd but I wish him all the best anyway. Thanks for the Title Challenge, the unbeaten at the Lane final season, the CL Semi Final and finishing above the Scum. So the new dawn is here- José Mourinho if anything this is going to be a roller coaster and I can't wait. I'm not his biggest fan but he is a serial winner with the winners mentality who doesn't set the bar at having a decent try. People who are anti him all come with the he buys success/parks the bus talk seem to miss the fact that some of his best achievements have been with sides that haven't been Giants financially and also when he's got his formula right his team's have had record breaking goals and points in seasons. His last couple of jobs have not ended great and he has cut a figure of a has been but I think he has a point to prove, he's had a good break, he has a capable squad that will surely be inspired by a manager with the reputation he comes with. What I like most is that Mourinho doesn't suffer fools gladly, there'll be no room for underperformers or sub standard players, no let's give them another 5years they don't deserve contracts, no show ponies with no substance etc for Mourinho you are expected to perform not coast. I think he's the kick up the backside that the players and board really need. Whatever happens you can guarantee it's going to be entertaining and it's certainly a New Dawn at the club. If we can't win with José then surely there's nowhere else for Levy & ENIC to hide. COYS!!!!!