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Chelsea Boss says NEVER to Arsenal Job

Mauricio Pochettino

Chelsea Boss Mauricio Pochettino has been speaking about managing other teams today and has a strong word for Arsenal.

Chelsea Boss

Pochettino is currently in command of Todd Boehly’s lavishly built team at Stamford Bridge, having previously managed Tottenham. He is, of course, most well-known for his work with Spurs. Having guided them to the final of the Champions League.
Of course, the connection and affection for Spurs never fade, and when asked about other teams he has managed or might manage, Pochettino was blunt with Arsenal.
Pochettino discussed club management at his news conference before this weekend’s games.

Words on Reds

“I’ll never manage Arsenal because I see them as Tottenham’s worst adversary”. It seems weird to return because, even though we’ve known for four years that today will be wonderful, life goes on and we must move on. We are both human and professional at the same time, remarked Chelsea Boss.

We discussed how we may work together for five or six years beyond our four months of employment and made some connections. If I am fired, would we really forget about our relationship? That’s how our history is constructed.

Happy with Arteta

Naturally, Arsenal supporters are now content with Mikel Arteta, their own manager. However, this small jab might rekindle some old feelings among certain supporters.
With this remark, Pochettino will win over more Tottenham supporters.

Spurs are doing fantastically under Ange Postecoglou right now. But most people still hold fond memories of Pochettino and his accomplishments with the team.

Tottenham supporters would always appreciate a little jab at Arsenal. And even if he ended up at Chelsea, it’s not quite the same.
Chelsea boss will want to help Spurs defeat the Gunners to take the top spot. After almost defeating Arsneal a few weeks ago.

As featured on ChelseaNews.com

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