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The Argentina born former footballer Mauricio Pochettino, who is currently managing the English giant Tottenham FC since 2014 has recently admitted that Tottenham are much bigger club than Manchester City.
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Ahead of Saturday's encounter against Pep Guardiola’s side Manchester City, the Argentine man and Tottenham’s coach insisted the London club are of a greater stature than Manchester City.
The Spurs are again in Premier League title contention, sitting second and seven points behind the current table topper Chelsea FC, while Pep Guardiola’s Man City have slipped to fifth.
Pochettino and City boss Pep Guardiola went head-to-head numerous times in La Liga, when the former's Espanyol came up against Barcelona.
But the Argentine feels their meetings in England are different, with Tottenham – who last won a league title in 1961 – the bigger club.
And ahead of Saturday's encounter against Pep Guardiola’s side Manchester City, the Argentine man and Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has admitted that historically Tottenham is bigger than Manchester City. The fans are bigger at Tottenham,
As Mauricio Pochettino said, "[In Spain] the gap was massive, massive. Now, historically Tottenham is bigger than Manchester City. The fans are bigger at Tottenham,"
"You can compare in Spain. Between Espanyol and Barcelona, you can measure the gap. Here, it's too difficult to measure the gap. It's a completely different world."