High Note

Sing when you're winning - Pochettino promises Levy duet if Spurs claim trophy

Tottenham boss wants to end barren spell for the club which sees them without silverware since 2008.

MAURICIO POCHETTINO HAS promised to sing a song in front of the fans with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy if the club claim silverware this season.

Tottenham have not won a trophy since claiming the 2007-08 League Cup but they are flying high this term, fourth in the Premier League and have a realistic chance of topping the standings come May.

The Londoners are also preparing for an FA Cup third-round clash against Leicester City tomorrow as well as next month’s two-legged meeting with Fiorentina in the last-32 of the Europa League.

And if Tottenham manage to get their hands on a trophy, Pochettino will perform a duet with Levy.

“What song? I don’t know, maybe after we decide,” the Argentine head coach said.

“It is true I promised I would sing in front of, I don’t know who, but he needs to sing with me. Maybe in the stadium, yes, OK, why not? In front of our supporters.

“Last night Ossie [Ardiles] sang in front of everyone with all the legends in behind, singing ‘Tottingham’. It was very funny.

“It was a pleasure to meet them all, a fantastic idea from Daniel and the club. They are an important part of the history and the present of the club. It was a great idea from Daniel to explain the present project of the club and to feel the history is very important for us.

“It was a lovely night to share with them ideas and their experience can help take the club the right way. They can be involved and that can be very important.”

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