Pochettino can’t get top six job in the Premier League

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Simon Jordan believes Mauricio Pochettino is not an elite manager and will not find a top six job in the Premier League if PSG sacks him.

TalkSPORT Simon Jordan believes that former Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino can not land a top six job in the Premier League if PSG dismisses him.

Pochettino, who moved to French capital from London club Tottenham hotspurs broke his trophyless jinx as he have won the French Super Cup and also the Ligue 1.

The Argentine was formerly linked with Manchester United when Ole Gunner Solskjaer was sacked in November before the Premier League club went for an interim manager Ralf Rangnick.

Pochettino’s has not performed up to expectation at the big club in the European League has he suffered defeated in the semi final in the first year before his team got knocked out by Real Madrid in the round of 16.

Pochettino job as PSG remains a doubt and Simon believes the Argentine won’t be able to get a job in the top six of the Premier League if the French club sacks him.

“I’ve always felt that he’s a bridesmaid,” Simon said.

“I’ve always felt that people look at him and give him this standing that I don’t think he merited. When he was considered to be a shoo-in for Man United… based upon what?

“There’s no doubt about that he did well [at Tottenham], but we’re talking about a team in the top six. Now Tottenham are there, unless you’re going to make a case for him to go back there, are you going to make a case for him to go to Arsenal?

“I think that would still be a difficult barrier to cross, it would be like crossing the Rubicon going from Tottenham to Arsenal, so where does he land?

“Does he land in Liverpool, does he land in Chelsea, Man City, Man United? I don’t think he’s got the gravitas, gravitas is based on winning things.

“He reaps what he sews, he agitated to get out, he hadn’t got his feet under the desk before he was linking himself with the Manchester United job. He’s a top manager, but he’s not elite.”



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