Mauricio Pochettino disputes today a final that can grant him his first title as a coach. The santafesino faces Olympique de Marseille in the final of the French Super Cup in one of the most rival games in French football. It will be the third final that I have played as a coach, the previous two lost.
The first final directed by Mauricio Pochettino was in the 2014-2015 season. Tottenham qualified for the League Cup final and ended up losing 3-2 to Chelsea in a memorable game that presaged that the Rosario was aiming for a top-level coach. A year later, Spurs were one step away from winning the Premier League, coming second behind Leicester and managing to establish Tottenham as one of the best clubs in England.
Without a doubt, Pochettino's great achievement was qualifying Tottenham to their first Champions League final. In 2019, the Rosario led his team to the last instance de the highest continental competition, although it succumbed against Klopp's Liverpool. Since making his debut in 2009, Pochettino has led two finals, losing both, and that is why today he will seek to reverse his luck against Marseille.