Tottenham Hotspur coach Mauricio POCHETTINO has stated his desire to coach the Argentina National Team as well as his boyhood club Newell’s Old Boys.
It’s an important week ahead for Mauricio POCHETTINO as his Tottenham host Lionel MESSI’s FC Barcelona at Wembley in the Champions League. But ahead of the big match, the Tottenham coach spoke to Marca about his two dreams as a coach. Here’s what he had to say:
“I want to do a great job with Tottenham and to be able to win a title. We are happy to have been able to change the culture of the club and its way of working. On a professional level and no one will be able to get angry, is to one day coach the Argentina National Team and to coach Newell’s Old Boys, the team which saw me born.
“They are the two dreams I have along with going as far as possible with Tottenham. To always win. It’s the philosophy.”
As for who is the best player in the world, POCHETTINO has no doubts that it’s Lionel MESSI:
“For me, (Lionel) MESSI is still the number one (player in the world) and will be until he retires.”