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Tottenham boss Pochettino: Son will be OK

20 April 2019

We are not exhausted. It's a decisive period of the season.

"We are still in the Champions League and the title race". We are not exhausted, we recover.

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"No team created that many chances in Europe like we are able to create in many games".

"We have a little session tomorrow and then we go to Cardiff".

Zinedine Zidane won the Champions League in each of his first three seasons at Real Madrid; a quite remarkable achievement. "Regardless of whether he has fallen in the Champions League". Nothing changed since July 2018.

The bigger picture also comes into play, specifically the circumstances Pochettino and his players have overcome in order to find themselves at this most captivating of junctions.

It's a super group. It's all about how you mix up your potential with attitude. That's all what we need.

The day we've been waiting for is nearly here, but it probably won't be Sunday. "That makes life not easy". I don't see the manager passing over either of those two to include a *maybe* fit Oxlade-Chamberlain despite the boost in morale it would give the fans and players. We'll be talking about both for years to come. "I am really happy". We can talk about everything after the season. "We will see that".

On facing Neil Warnock's side on the weekend.

"We play not only against Cardiff".

Meanwhile, Messi's arch-rival Ronaldo, who spent six years playing in England for Manchester United, has scored 28 goals in 70 games against the EPL's top six teams. It will be hard.

"Coutinho's a player I like a lot and who has to succeed at Barca", he added. They are now in a good moment. Tottenham have got a few more injuries that they've accumlated the other day. That's impressive. I think the whole city fights for the league and we will go there and have to face it.

"We know it's not true but it's nice to have someone around full of love". Clean shaven and invigorated having overseen a reasonably light training session involving those members of his squad still able to walk after the monumental exertions of Wednesday.

In their last 10 games against top-six sides, Cardiff have yet to win one and have conceded 31 goals. If you are 40 kilometres in and out in front you don't think about the 40, only what's to come.

The England global has endured a hard campaign and recently picked up a hip flexor problem which saw him miss more games.

"We still don't feel the pressure".

Tottenham boss Pochettino: Son will be OK