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Goalkeeping coach Parks leaves Spurs

Tottenham goalkeeping coach Tony Parks has left the club following Mauricio Pochettino's arrival as head coach.

Spaniard Toni Jimenez, who worked with Pochettino at Southampton, will work with the goalkeepers at White Hart Lane.

Parks returned to Spurs in 2008 to work under Harry Redknapp, having previously served as a player between 1980 and 1988.

The futures of the remaining Tottenham coaching staff, including Les Ferdinand, Chris Ramsey and Steffen Freund, are unclear.

Pochettino was appointed head coach on Tuesday following the departure of Tim Sherwood.

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Le Tiss: Pochettino might regret Spurs move

Southampton legend Matthew Le Tissier believes Mauricio Pochettino might have made an error by becoming the new Spurs boss.

I probably wouldn't have made the same move, to be honest.

" think in his position, his stock is very high. I would have maybe would have waited for a different club.

The managers in the last few years at Spurs have not been given a fair crack of the whip and the pressure is on there.

If he is not in the top four by Christmas, he will be under pressure.

It is not a club that I would have said was the best one he could have maybe done for his career prospects.

– Matthew Le Tissier

Victor Wanyama is missing Mauricio Pochettino already...

I learnt a lot from him, he taught me more and that's why I have grown as a player and there is a big difference compared to when I was at Celtic.

He played a big role in my career development.

I wanted him to remain because he had the passion for the club and I think the owners should not have let him go because the team can do better next season.

It's a big blow because he had good connection with the players

– Victor Wanyama, speaking to Capital Sport

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Pochettino linked with Spurs job

Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino is in advanced talks with Tottenham to become the north London club's next manager.

Pochettino has been linked with the role at Spurs for some time and it appears the wheels are in now motion for the Argentinian to succeed Tim Sherwood.

Sherwood, who had been appointed as a replacement for Andre Villas-Boas in December on an 18-month contract, was sacked earlier this month after guiding Tottenham to a sixth-placed finish in the Barclays Premier League.

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