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Mauricio Pochettino: It's a good thing to be criticised for a manager

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Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino says he's not concerned by the pressure of his role at the club.

The Argentinean came under heavy criticism after defeats against Manchester City and Newcastle United in the English Premier League but is confident ahead of the Europa League game against Asteras Tripolis and the weekend's game at home against Stoke City.

"It's a good thing to be criticised for a manager. Everyone in the world is criticised," Pochettino said ahead of this afternoon's game.

"It's a difficult thing to have all people agree with you and to make everyone happy. Our job is difficult, I understand it.

"Sometimes it's difficult to share the same decisions because we are all referees, we are all managers, we are all journalists, sometimes.

"It's my job. I am calm, I know which is my way, how we need to manage our players and our squad.

"It's true that we need to get results, that's the most important thing, but we have a clear way, a clear philosophy. We need to develop.

"Sometimes difficult moments happen but this is football.

"I enjoy this game, the next one on Sunday and try to get three points, which is the most important thing in football."

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