Harry Redknapp believes Tottenham must improve in order to even finish inside the top four in the league.
Mauricio Pochettino seems to have lost his touch of class. Tottenham, who were dreaded last season, are struggling to win games. Spurs reside at the bottom half of the Premier League table with just 14 points after 12 games.
Harry Redknapp has urged his former team to improve if they hope to finish inside the top four in the Premier League. While Redknapp has dismissed Spurs’ chance of winning the league and the CL, he thinks they can still compete for the FA Cup.
“It’s strange, you have spells when things don’t go your way. But I really thought they would push Liverpool and Manchester City close for the title this season,” Redknapp said to Sky Sports.
“But at the moment they are looking like they are going to struggle to even make the top four.
“It would be a massive blow if they didn’t make the Champions League. The money that has been invested in the training ground and the stadium. Anything less than Champions League qualification would be a poor season.”
“West Ham will be a difficult game. But I can’t see his job being on the line. I’m a big fan of Pochettino – he’s a great manager and personality, he knows the game.
“But with that squad he’s got to win something. They have to get some silver on the sideboard somewhere. They won’t win the league and I don’t think they are good enough to win the Champions League.
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“They’re out the League Cup so will have to look to win the FA Cup, which is a possibility as they are good side,” Harry Redknapp concluded.