"We know very well what it means for our fans to play against West Ham".
Tottenham fell flat last weekend against Swansea, failing to pick up a win at their new temporary home Wembley.
The only problem for Pochettino, except for a few minor hangovers on Thursday (the manager explained that teetotal Mousa Dembele, at least, would not be among the suffering) is Tottenham's relentless schedule. "To help him is to help the team". It's so important and we need time to engage everything, to have different alternatives to play and try to win. "He is important to us". They're one of the "it" teams in the Premier League this season, but despite their successes they have yet to seem to actually find their top form.
Tottenham will be looking to get back to winning ways in the Premier League when they take on West Ham at the London Stadium on Saturday.
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The reception would have given the 49ers a first down at the Rams' 39-yard line during what could have been a game-winning drive. Gaining an extended week, the 49ers will gear up for another divisional test, this time in Arizona against the Cardinals (1-1).
Pochettino certainly is not panicking about that just yet, though, the Spurs boss certain that Kane's love for the club trumps any other desires.
"They are human, they are not machines", he said. We were on a great run and it was a hard game for us. "It's because they are human, the players are human".
So far, impressive wins at Newcastle (2-0) and Everton (3-0) have kept Tottenham on track on the road, but Saturday at West Ham is a visit to an unhappy hunting ground.
Pochettino was asked to comment about sacked England women's national team coach Mark Sampson who reportedly made racial remarks towards Eniola Aluko, sister of Super Eagles forward, Sone Aluko.
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Some may think that the 2010 World Cup victor won't accept being just a mere back-up for Harry Kane but asked whether Llorente has demanded him more playing time, Pochettino replied: "He works like a champion".
I've not had as many opportunities as I normally do, but I'm working my way back.
"He deserved all the praise and our decision (paid off) to be courageous and give him the possibility to play in a club like Tottenham when you fight for big things". He's not the type of manager to chase a result. He deserved all the praise and our decision [paid off]. "We feel very proud of his last three seasons with us because I think he achieved many, many more things than he expected", he added. "For me, Harry is one of the best strikers in the world". You can get our betting tip at the best odds of 8/1 at Bet365.
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Inflation is expected to remain under the Fed's 2 percent target through next year before hitting it in 2019. But it said history suggests that the storms were unlikely to affect the national economy over the long run.
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