Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino sends personal letter to fan diagnosed with a brain tumour

TOTTENHAM boss Mauricio Pochettino endeared himself to fan with a kind get-well message after he was diagnosed with a brain tumour.

Spurs upset a handful of supporters by delaying their new stadium and leaving supporters who had booked travel and accommodation for scheduled matches out of pocket.

 Mauricio Pochettino sent a kind letter to a Spurs fan in poor health

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Mauricio Pochettino sent a kind letter to a Spurs fan in poor health

But the Argentine proved the club cares deeply about their White Hart Lane faithful and penned an encouraging note.

Address to Paul and written on official club paper, Poch wrote: “I was extremely sorry to hear that you have not been well recently.

“I should like to take this opportunity to send you my best wishes on behalf of all the staff and players at the club.

“We hope that you are managing to keep your spirits up and want you to know we’re all behind you!

 Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino cheered up a loyal supporter

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Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino cheered up a loyal supporter

“I would also like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued and much appreciated support of the club.”

The 46-year-old former Southampton boss faced the media when it was revealed Spurs are forced to move clashes with Liverpool on September 15 and Cardiff on October 6 to Wembley.

The coach even admitted he could not promise the new ground would be ready for October 28, when they face Manchester City, but his heartfelt apology won people over.

Mauricio Pochettino sent this letter to a Spurs fan who has been diagnosed with a brain tumour. Pure class ??

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He said: “We feel every day for not delivering for the Liverpool game, it is a massive disappointment.

“I understand all the problems about the tickets, money and I feel sorry for the fans.

"We’re going to try to say sorry by winning games.”

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TOTTENHAM boss Mauricio Pochettino endeared himself to fan with a kind get-well message after he was diagnosed with a brain tumour.