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Mauricio Pochettino has left after leading the club to the French title by a 15-point margin; PSG were beaten in the Champions League last-16 by Real Madrid; Christophe Galtier guided Lille to the Ligue 1 title in 2020/21, before joining Nice and leading them to fifth last season

https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11095/12646008/mauricio-pochettino-exits-paris-saint-germain-with-christophe-galtier-set-to-be-appointed

 

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1 hour ago, Kantesmini said:

Mauricio Pochettino has left after leading the club to the French title by a 15-point margin; PSG were beaten in the Champions League last-16 by Real Madrid; Christophe Galtier guided Lille to the Ligue 1 title in 2020/21, before joining Nice and leading them to fifth last season

https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11095/12646008/mauricio-pochettino-exits-paris-saint-germain-with-christophe-galtier-set-to-be-appointed

 

What are the odds he's our next manager?

With the way things are going atm I wouldn't put it past Tuchel to walk away or have a falling out given this is now his 3rd window and not one player has been brought in. (Lukaku aside). 

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1 hour ago, Sconnie Blue said:

What are the odds he's our next manager?

With the way things are going atm I wouldn't put it past Tuchel to walk away or have a falling out given this is now his 3rd window and not one player has been brought in. (Lukaku aside). 

Weird timing huh, esp as utd wanted him and he has nowhere to go in the PL unless he takes a lower club, Probs end up back at spurs when conte doesnt do much next season with a decent squad in their new soulless bowl!

TT and boehly are heading transfers, Can't see him going just because players or their agents want more money or have a dream to play at barca! 

I live in the hope that theyre going to be putting in bids all about towards deadline day, Maybe todd has the whiteboard out and theyre running some wacky theory with an eye to bid later in the window to pressure clubs into pushing for the move more at the same time as putting in the bids as they go

Otherwise yeah weve all been had by the gov and media and our club is now being held hostage by helicopter investors

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4 minutes ago, Kantesmini said:

Weird timing huh, esp as utd wanted him and he has nowhere to go in the PL unless he takes a lower club, Probs end up back at spurs when conte doesnt do much next season with a decent squad in their new soulless bowl!

TT and boehly are heading transfers, Can't see him going just because players or their agents want more money or have a dream to play at barca! 

I live in the hope that theyre going to be putting in bids all about towards deadline day, Maybe todd has the whiteboard out and theyre running some wacky theory with an eye to bid later in the window to pressure clubs into pushing for the move more at the same time as putting in the bids as they go

Otherwise yeah weve all been had by the gov and ,edia and our club is now being held hostage by helicopter investors

Tuchel fell out at every club he's been at. All three reasons were because the club didn't properly back him either financially or operations wise. 

That's my fear. 

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3 minutes ago, Sconnie Blue said:

Tuchel fell out at every club he's been at. All three reasons were because the club didn't properly back him either financially or operations wise. 

That's my fear. 

Yeah the deets we would need to find an answer to that would be what happened with the recent signing attempts

was it a case of boehly clearlake not supporting TT with his picks and instead are doubling efforts on what they want or is it that they're working together to find solutions and were just being played

Being that TT now has way more power and control over transfers or atleast a serious say he probably has more control than most of the big boys around

If he does end up leaving due to lack of investment or whatever or falling out with the board at least we will have a clearer idea of our owners and may well be time to pack up the stall and prepare for 'hard times!'

Its an absolute c0ck tease atm!

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It will be interesting to see how clubs vote on this and what action the Government takes.

Back in the day a number of sports and teams e.g. cricket, rugby league and Formula 1 had cigarette sponsorship and the Labour Government passed legislation to ban it although if I remember correctly Formula 1 had a stay of execution for about a year. I remember back in the late 80s that the Spuds were sponsored by Holsten and some of their players refused to wear shirts with the sponsor's name in the 1987 FA Cup final which as we all know they lost to Coventry City with Mabbutt scoring an own-goal. Hee hee. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/62049266

Premier League clubs to vote on voluntary gambling ban.

The Premier League has asked clubs to vote on whether to bring in a voluntary ban on gambling sponsorship on shirts before potential government action.

Half of last season's 20 top-flight teams had betting sponsors on their shirts, with the government hoping to decide on a ban before 21 July.

The Premier League is supportive of a voluntary move where gambling sponsors are phased out within three years.

But 14 of its 20 clubs would need to vote in favour for it to be approved.

An email was sent to clubs on Monday, with a decision expected within the next week.

Last week, government sources said a final decision was yet to be made and that a ban on shirt sponsorship was still on the table.

But it is understood that a voluntary ban has been discussed and could offer a middle ground for clubs and avert any legislation on a much-debated topic.

Everton and promoted side Bournemouth have both recently signed new shirt deals with betting firms, while Crystal Palace have dropped theirs in favour of a car retailer.

A voluntary move is likely to disappoint campaigners, who have been urging government to act and impose a ban which would also include league and social media sponsorship, plus pitch-perimeter advertising.

A University of Glasgow study claimed that more than 700 betting-related logos can be seen during the course of a match.

The Premier League declined to comment.

Its clubs are likely to be less affected by a ban, because they can draw on other types of sponsorships. But the English Football League, sponsored by Sky Bet, has said it would cost their clubs £40m a year.

It is not believed that a ban would affect EFL clubs, but choosing only top-flights clubs has been described as "incoherent" by campaigners and has been a point of contention for the Premier League.

A spokesperson for the Department of Culture, Media and Sport said: "We are undertaking the most comprehensive review of gambling laws in 15 years to make sure they are fit for the digital age.

"We will publish a white paper which sets out our vision for the sector in the coming weeks."

 
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1 hour ago, Boyne said:

It will be interesting to see how clubs vote on this and what action the Government takes.

Back in the day a number of sports and teams e.g. cricket, rugby league and Formula 1 had cigarette sponsorship and the Labour Government passed legislation to ban it although if I remember correctly Formula 1 had a stay of execution for about a year. I remember back in the late 80s that the Spuds were sponsored by Holsten and some of their players refused to wear shirts with the sponsor's name in the 1987 FA Cup final which as we all know they lost to Coventry City with Mabbutt scoring an own-goal. Hee hee. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/62049266

Premier League clubs to vote on voluntary gambling ban.

The Premier League has asked clubs to vote on whether to bring in a voluntary ban on gambling sponsorship on shirts before potential government action.

Half of last season's 20 top-flight teams had betting sponsors on their shirts, with the government hoping to decide on a ban before 21 July.

The Premier League is supportive of a voluntary move where gambling sponsors are phased out within three years.

But 14 of its 20 clubs would need to vote in favour for it to be approved.

An email was sent to clubs on Monday, with a decision expected within the next week.

Last week, government sources said a final decision was yet to be made and that a ban on shirt sponsorship was still on the table.

But it is understood that a voluntary ban has been discussed and could offer a middle ground for clubs and avert any legislation on a much-debated topic.

Everton and promoted side Bournemouth have both recently signed new shirt deals with betting firms, while Crystal Palace have dropped theirs in favour of a car retailer.

A voluntary move is likely to disappoint campaigners, who have been urging government to act and impose a ban which would also include league and social media sponsorship, plus pitch-perimeter advertising.

A University of Glasgow study claimed that more than 700 betting-related logos can be seen during the course of a match.

The Premier League declined to comment.

Its clubs are likely to be less affected by a ban, because they can draw on other types of sponsorships. But the English Football League, sponsored by Sky Bet, has said it would cost their clubs £40m a year.

It is not believed that a ban would affect EFL clubs, but choosing only top-flights clubs has been described as "incoherent" by campaigners and has been a point of contention for the Premier League.

A spokesperson for the Department of Culture, Media and Sport said: "We are undertaking the most comprehensive review of gambling laws in 15 years to make sure they are fit for the digital age.

"We will publish a white paper which sets out our vision for the sector in the coming weeks."

 
 

It’d be good to see ‘Big Gamble’ (no, not the comedian Ed Gamble) starting to be taken down. After listen to a podcast with James Grimes (addict/activist) I went from not giving a sh*t to seeing just how evil these c**ts are in pursuit of making themselves money while destroying lives in the process. 
 

Give it a listen, you bastards!

https://samdelaney.substack.com/p/the-reset-pod-ep-10-james-grimes#details

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