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Pre-match press conference: Mauricio Pochettino vs West Ham Utd [video]

Filed: Thursday, 21st September 2017
By: Staff Writer

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says his side will be going all out to win three points at the Olympic Stadium on Saturday lunchtime.

The Argentine manager revealed that he felt physically sick after losing 1-0 in the last fixture between the two sides back in May that cost his side a shot at the Premier League title.

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And he added that he'd be looking forward to a "special game", where the reward for winning is worth "more than just three points" - no doubt a reference to the ensuing 'bragging rights' to be enjoyed by the winning set of supporters.

See what Pochettino had to say about the forthcoming derby in his pre-match press conference below.

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