Micah Richards says a Spurs player should have left when Pochettino did

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Speaking of Match of the Day Top 10 PodcastMicah Richards spoke about Harry Kane and his career so far.

Richards was tasked with naming the top 10 players who never won a Premier League winners’ medal and as you can imagine, Kane made the cut.

Kane may be one of the best strikers in Premier League history, but he has never won a single trophy in his career.

There has been much talk of leaving Spurs in the past and Richards believes the perfect timing for Kane to leave north London was around the time Mauricio Pochettino was sacked.

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Richards joined Gary Lineker and Alan Shearer to discuss Spurs’ fantastic magic between 2016 and 2019 and how they presented themselves afterwards.

“They had the chance to kick against Tottenham and they didn’t have that in Pochettino’s time when he started to get a little fidgety, right?” said Scherer.

“That was it, they thought they did well, then they didn’t sign any players, Pochettino wanted to brush it up and Levy didn’t let him.” said Lineker.

“Harry Kane should have left when Pochettino left, I think so,” Richards added.

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Review is 20/20

Richards says Kane should have left when Pochettino did but that would have been a silly statement at the time.

Pochettino was sacked for a reason and when the Argentine left Spurs immediately appointed Jose Mourinho – a manager who up to that point had won trophies everywhere he was.

It looked like Spurs could bounce back under Mourinho and while things didn’t quite go that way, Kane was unaware of the troubles that would arise during this period.

Leaving Kane in late 2019 or early 2020 wouldn’t have made much sense at the time, but looking back, it probably would have been his best course of action.

Tottenham’s Harry Kane holds the ball while celebrating with manager Mauricio Pochettino (REUTERS) after the game.

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