The best jokes after Mauricio Pochettino sacked as manager of Tottenham

"Mauricio and his coaching staff will always be part of our history" - Daniel Levy.

There were Mauricio Pochettino sacked jokes and tweets after his dismissal by Tottenham Hotspur
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Mauricio Pochettino was sacked as manager of Tottenham after a string of poor results left them fourteenth in the Premier League table.

Pochettino left the club on Tuesday after five years in charge with chairman Daniel Levy blaming “extremely disappointing” results.


The 47-year-old guided Spurs to a Champions League final against Liverpool last season but had made a poor start to the current campaign.

These were the best Mauricio Pochettino sacked jokes and tweets after his dismissal by Tottenham Hotspur:

Pochettino's biggest regret will be talking about leaving the club in the build up to the CL Final. Was such a dumb thing to do.

— Trevor #DoALeeds (@Trevorlloyd92) November 18, 2019


*Waits for the 1st Poch suggestion*

— Grimsby Town F.C. (@officialgtfc) November 19, 2019

Poch taking Kane, Son and co pic.twitter.com/aSHdNOEmcE

— Roronoa Zoro (@MissRiRi33) November 19, 2019


Spurs and Poch like the Saddest breakup ever. No winners here. Just worried about the kids

— Men in Blazers (@MenInBlazers) November 19, 2019

To me, Poch will always primarily be the manager who pretended he couldn’t speak English until he left Saints. #SaintsFC

— Dan Kerins (@dankerins) November 19, 2019

Imagine Poch did a Sol Campbell, Sp*rs would be finished #Arsenal pic.twitter.com/KHZh1pVkun

— Dion McDaid (@dion96mcd) November 19, 2019

What happens to Poch JNR pic.twitter.com/SlnO3IF3xy

— Lilywhite Rose (@Lilywhite_Rose) November 19, 2019

Can't wait to see the look on Poch's face when Mourinho is instantly granted the massive transfer budget he was always denied by Levy.

— Rob Brown (@robbro7) November 19, 2019

I think if Poch is truly gone then there’s only one place I want him at.

No. 10 Downing Street. #Poch4PM pic.twitter.com/AOfHXcBxle

— Daniel (@Yapptiestrap) November 19, 2019

Arsenal should immediately sack Emery, hire Pochettino and launch the greatest revenge mission in football history

— Sachin Nakrani (@SachinNakrani) November 19, 2019

This is particularly true right now of Pochettino but it's true in all sports: If the guy you fired immediately becomes the top candidate for every available or near-available job, you probably should have kept him.

— Kevin Clark (@bykevinclark) November 19, 2019

Tottenham have sacked their head coach #Pochettino. Means a lot of things, Ole is not safe at United, Valverde is not safe at Barca but Unai will always be safe at Arsenal pic.twitter.com/HU8iFU0qiG

— Clinical Che (@HillaryChe7) November 19, 2019


Meanwhile, at Tottenham..#WarnockAtLarge #WarnockIn#Cardiff #Spurs #Pochettino #PremierLeague pic.twitter.com/fpLkBh3Npv

— Warnock At Large (@WarnockAtLarge) November 19, 2019

Tottenham celebrating the trophies won under the Pochettino Era pic.twitter.com/troh6hH4Ux

— Hałe (@CFCHale) November 19, 2019

Who said we won nothing under #Pochettino .. pic.twitter.com/EXqitQzKjt

— ᴅᴀᴠɪᴅ ᴇʟʟɪs • (@fullback03) November 19, 2019

The producer of Amazon Prime’s upcoming series about Tottenham’s season has just rolled the fattest joint you’ve ever fucking seen.#THFC #Spurs #Pochettino

— Alexander Fox (@AlexanderFoxEtc) November 19, 2019


Spurs actually sacked Pochettino straight after the game with the Blades but VAR has been checking the decision all this time #Spurs #THFC #TwitterBlades

— Shaun Plummer (@SPlummer87) November 19, 2019


If Spurs think they are taking big Stevie Bruce away from me they can go fuck themselves.#nufc #Pochettino

— Mike Ashley (@MoneyMikeAshley) November 19, 2019

“YoU gOtTa ChAnGe YoUr NaMe NoW” pic.twitter.com/o50zMPbHnK

— Rv Pochettino (@drillerxtrapper) November 19, 2019

Gonna tell my kids that this was Mauricio Pochettino pic.twitter.com/CtbiDrq39r

— Simply (@Simply_Spurs) November 19, 2019

And they call fans fickle? #Pochettino pic.twitter.com/ANmzErUyqZ

— Sandeep C (@Soulfly778) November 19, 2019

0 – Trophies won by @spurs under Pochettino.


— Days Since A Trophy (@_SpursTrophies) November 19, 2019

When Ian Wright comes out of the jungle to find Mauricio Pochettino out of a job and Unai Emery still in one… #ImACeleb #AFC #THFC https://t.co/xBRyzGR9Nm

— Sporting Life Football (@SportingLifeFC) November 19, 2019

Mourinho to Spurs. Pochettino to Arsenal. Emery to West Ham. Let’s do this properly.

— Tim Stillman (@Stillberto) November 19, 2019