By Cian Cheesbrough For Mailonline
Published: 10:17 BST, 22 October 2019 | Updated: 10:38 BST, 22 October 2019
Pascal Chimbonda believes Mauricio Pochettino is not to blame for Tottenham's poor start to the season but rather the lack of investment in the squad from chairman Daniel Levy.
Spurs have won just three out of 12 games in the Premier League so far this season and are on a desperate winless away run that dates back to January last season.
This has led to some to say the Argentine, who before this torrid run has barely put a foot wrong at the club, may be on his way out.
Pascal Chimbonda believes Spurs poor form is down to a lack of investment in the squad
But former Spurs right-back Chimbonda believes the blame does not lie at Pochettino's door, but rather at the lack of investment in the squad he has at his disposal from those above him.
'It's been pretty much the same team for two years in a row, and if you want to be a big team, you have to buy players and keep your squad