Empty seats shock Tottenham boss Pochettino

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Mauricio Pochettino has seemingly aimed a dig at Belgium manager Roberto Martinez for divulging information about Tottenham Hotspur defender Jan Vertonghen, before the Argentine boss was able to do so himself. I don't see it being violent conduct.

After referee Mike Dean had brandished a red card, Warnock was caught by television cameras sarcastically clapping and saying "F****** well done Harry".

"I don't think you should try to get other pros sent off, just because he's had a poor game and Spurs were having a poor game".

'He was determined to score today because we're the only Premier League side he's not scored against, but I thought our centre-backs handled him well'.

"Mike Dean doesn't need influencing, he's a top referee", said Warnock. "I think it was cynical". "He should have gone with his instinct and shown a yellow card like he was going to. Then it's like you don't want the player to go to the national team".

"The effort was fantastic and it was not easy after the defeat against Barcelona to be ready again to compete, but I think we competed well". I think he had a poor afternoon and it wouldn't surprise me if he didn't contribute to that.

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Pochettino said: "We're so disappointed with that".

After Eric Dier had put Spurs 1-0 up inside the opening eight minutes, it had looked like they would go on to enjoy a comfortable afternoon against a side yet to win in the league this season.

Pochettino says the football business "does not care" about players, and lacks common sense.

With uncertainty surrounding the coming years due to the imminent stadium move, Spurs need to be wary of falling into the same struggles that Arsenal did when they moved to the Emirates Stadium - and the latest reports should have alarm bells ringing.

"We can play better and we need to play better if we want to be a contender at the end to be in the top four".

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