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Mauricio Pochettino
Tottenham Hotspur M. Pochettino 001
Personal information
Full name Mauricio Roberto Pochettino
Trossero
Date of birth 2 March 1972 (1972-03-02) (age 48)
Place of birth    Murphy, Flag of Argentina Argentina
Height 1.82 m (5 ft 11+12 in)
Playing position Centre back
Youth clubs
Flag of Argentina Newell's Old Boys
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1989-1994
1994-2000
2001-2003
2003-2004
2004
2004-2006
Total
Flag of Argentina Newell's Old Boys
Flag of Spain Espanyol
Flag of France Paris Saint-Germain
Flag of France Bordeaux
Flag of SpainEspanyol (loan)
Flag of Spain Espanyol
153 00(8)
216 0(11)
070 00(4)
011 00(1)
022 00(1)
038 00(1)
509 0(26)   
National team
1991
1992
1999-2002
Flag of Argentina Argentina U20
Flag of Argentina Argentina U23
Flag of Argentina Argentina
0000(0)

020 00(2)
Teams managed
2009–2012
2013–2014
2014–2019
Flag of Spain Espanyol
England Southampton
England Tottenham Hotspur

Mauricio Roberto Pochettino Trossero (born 2 March 1972) is an Argentine professional football manager and former player who was most recently the manager of Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur.

He spent 17 years as a professional player, 10 of which were in La Liga with Espanyol where he scored 13 goals in 275 games. He also played in France for two clubs, Paris Saint-Germain and Bordeaux, having started his career with Newell's Old Boys. He then went into management at Espanyol and later Southampton.

An Argentine international for four years between 1999 and 2002, Pochettino represented the country at the 2002 World Cup and the 1999 Copa América.

Honours

Player

Newell's Old Boys
Espanyol

Manager

External links

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Southampton Football Club - Managers

Knight (1892–95s) • Robson (1895–96s) • McMinn (1896–97s) • Arnfield (1897–1911s) • Swift (1911–12) • Arnfield (1912–19s) • McIntyre (1919–24) • Goss (1924–1925s) • Chadwick (1925–31) • Kay (1931–36) • Goss (1936–37) • Parker (1937–43) • Dominy (1943–46) • Dodgin (1946–49) • Cann (1949–51) • Roughton (1952–55) • Bates (1955–73) • McMenemy (1973–85) • Nicholl (1985–91) • Branfoot (1991–94) • Ball (1994–95) • Merrington (1995–96) • Souness (1996–97) • Jones (1997–2000) • Hoddle (2000–01) • Gray (2001) • Strachan (2001–04) • Sturrock (2004) • Wigley (2004) • Redknapp (2004–05) • Bassett and Wise (2005c) • Burley (2005–08) • Gorman and Dodd (2008c) • Pearson (2008) • Poortvliet (2008–09) • Wotte (2009) • Pardew (2009–10) • Wilkins (2010c) • Adkins (2010–13) • Pochettino (2013–14) • Koeman (2014–16) Puel (2014–17)

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club - Managers

Brettell (1898–99) • Cameron (1899–1907) • Kirkham (1907–08) • Turner (1908–12s) • McWilliam (1913–27) • Minter (1927–30) • Smith (1930–35) • Hardinge (1935c) • Tresadern (1935–38) • McWilliam (1938–42) • Turner (1942–46) • Hulme (1946–49) • Rowe (1949–55) • Anderson (1955–58) • Nicholson (1958–74) • Neill (1974–76) • Burkinshaw (1976–84) • Shreeves (1984–86) • Pleat (1986–87) • Hartley & Livermore (1987c) • Venables (1987–91) • Shreeves (1991–92) • Livermore & Clemence (1992–93) • Ardiles (1993–94) • Perryman (1994c) • Francis (1994–97) • Hughton (1997c) • Gross (1997–98) • Pleat (1998c) • Graham (1998–2001) • Pleat (2001c) • Hoddle (2001–03) • Pleat (2003–04c) • Santini (2004) • Jol (2004–07) • Allen (2007c) • Ramos (2007–08) • Redknapp (2008–12) • Villas-Boas (2012–13) • Sherwood (2013–2014) • Pochettino (2014–2019) • Mourinho (2019–)

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Argentina – 1999 Copa América

1. Burgos 2. Ayala 3. Sorín 4. Ibarra 5. Simeone (c) 6. Samuel 7. Barros Schelotto 8. Zanetti 9. Palermo 10. Ortega 11. López 12. Bizzarri 13. Vivas 14. Pochettino 15. Berizzo 16. Guglielminpietro 17. Husaín 18. Cagna 19. Calderón 20. Aimar 21. González 22. Riquelme

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