Barcelona join battle to appoint Poch as Europe’s top clubs chase axed Spurs boss

first_imgBARCELONA and Bayern Munich are ready to pounce for Mauricio Pochettino.The Argentine is going back to his house in Spain after the shock Spurs sacking on Tuesday.2 Mauricio Pochettino was sacked by Spurs after five years in charge but is wanted by BarcelonaCredit: AFP or licensorsPoch is in the unusual position of having Europe’s top clubs forming a queue for him, despite losing his job after a poor start to the season.Ernesto Valverde is under pressure at Barca and they will look to the ex-Espanyol manager should the LaLiga giants wield the axe.Bayern Munich have Hansi Flick, sacked boss Niko  Kovac’s former No 2, as their interim coach and want to talk to Poch, 47.But it is Barca who are making the biggest move.In 2017, Poch said he could not see himself managing them despite being seen with long-term friend and Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu.He said: “Before being a manager, being loyal is more important. I am an Espanyol fan. It would be impossible for me to manage Arsenal.” Manchester United and Real Madrid hope Poch does not jump back into a job as they may be interested in him at the end of the season.While Arsenal legend Martin Keown has called on his old club to “consider Pochettino” as a replacement for under-fire Unai Emery.Pochettino – who guided Tottenham into the Premier League’s top four in three of the last four seasons and reached last year’s Champions League final – was replaced by Jose Mourinho on Wednesday.2 Man Utd are favourites to snatch up Pochettino after his Spurs sacking Tottenham fans give their thoughts on Pochettino’s sackinglast_img read more

How to Handle Content Marketing Miscues Like a Pro

first_imgMistakes will always happen. But the problem is that when you’re in the business of content production, those mistakes are seen by all of your readers. Once something goes online, it’s indexed for the world to see. Time and time again, high-profile content blunders have placed people and companies in vulnerable situations. The fallout was different in every case because people were able to control the collateral damage.Adam Barber of the Content Marketing Institute says that this is accomplished through a careful approach and contingency plan. By anticipating gaffes, you can be better prepared to deal with them. Barber emphasizes the importance of never assuming that your content marketing will always go as planned.Another important point made by Barber? Always own up to your mistakes. If you’ve made a blunder, it’s best to handle it. Otherwise, it will more than likely fester. For more on handling content marketing snafus, read the full article by Barber.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more