No, He Won't Play - Mauricio Pochettino Won't Risk Spurs Talent Against Barnsley

No, He Won't Play - Mauricio Pochettino Won't Risk Spurs Talent Against Barnsley

Mauricio Pochettino claims it would be a mistake for Tottenham to win a domestic cup this season at the expense of their form in the Champions League and Premier League.

Excluding the League Cup, you'd have to go back almost 27 years for the last time Spurs won a different trophy.

Pochettino will rest several key players against Sky Bet Championship strugglers Barnsley but Alli will be given the chance at Wembley to regain momentum.

The Swansea game followed a hard week for Alli, who was suspended for Tottenham's landmark win over Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League and could face an worldwide ban from Federation Internationale de Football Association following his middle-finger gesture in England's win over Slovakia. They are the two big trophies.

Pochettino, who said Alli would play in Tuesday's Carabao Cup third-round match against Barnsley on Tuesday, continued: "I try to be fair with everyone and try to help every player in the squad".

Despite transforming Spurs into Premier League title-challengers, Pochettino has yet to add any silverware to the north London club's trophy cabinet during his tenure, which is now in its fourth campaign. But Tottenham must build a project with the possibility to fight for the Champions League or Premier League. "Wigan won the FA Cup, where are they now?" Where is Wigan today, with all my respect?

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Given his focus on Tottenham's Premier League and Champions League campaigns, Pochettino has confirmed he intends to shuffle his pack for the showdown with Barnsley, who are now 20th in the second tier.

"That is the most important example I can give".

Pochettino has previously praised Edwards, likening his ability to beat players despite his small stature to a young Lionel Messi.

Edwards has recently impressed for Tottenham's youth sides against Manchester United and in the UEFA Youth League as Tottenham's Under 19s side defeated Borussia Dortmund 4-0 last week.

"He's better playing in the under-23s or the Youth Cup than staying with us and maybe being on the bench".

"I think we need to wait a little bit for him to build more his physical condition and his confidence", Pochettino said.

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