Wanyama will see a specialist next week as he continues to struggle with a knee problem, while Dembele's injury-ridden campaign is now being hampered by a fresh hip problem.
"Everyone waits to see the shape or the system or the starting XI, and everyone disagrees". We've still not had time to work with him to understand new concepts.
The Spurs chief said: "His mind is clear that what happened is in the past and we need to move on".
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Rohatgi had said that he had a fantastic relation with the prime minister, law minister and bureaucracy during the tenure. Recently, Mukul Rohatgi had written to the government that he was not interested in a second term as attorney general.
"It's as simple as that".
On Dembele, Pochettino's assistant Jesus Perez added: "We don't know how serious it is, it has been three or four days since the incident and he can't cope with the intensity of the training".
Wanyama missed pre-season with a knee problem and has not played since suffering a reaction following the first two matches of the season while Dembele has not played since the 1-0 win over Barnsley in the EFL Cup last month due to foot and ankle problems.
"This is what I said to them, to my team-mates: 'Don't forget that three years ago we were still in the Europa League, '" said France captain Lloris, who shone in the draw at the Bernabeu.
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"It was incredible because some people very close to us said, "Can we be honest with you?'" Pochettino explained". I say, "OK, thank you".
The decision paid off but Pochettino revealed that even some of his closest friends had questioned his team selection. "He needs to build up his fitness but we are so happy because he's doing very well".
"It's about the feeling that the manager and the coaching staff, when deciding the starting XI or the way to play, is always to try to win".
"Happy for the team, happy for the manager, because he's a great manager, and that kind of game proved it".
Luis Severino says he feels good, ready for Game 6 start
Severino lasted just four innings against the Astros in Game 2 of the ALCS, giving up an earned run with two hits and two walks. All jests aside, Severino's Game 6 start is of paramount importance for the Yankees' hopes of reaching the Fall Classic.
"In life they are young and they can mistakes but the most important thing is that they can learn from that. I'm so proud that our players accept and believe we can play differently from one game to another". Now we're flexible because we think of different ways to play, keeping the philosophy, idea and identity of the team. "And you need a strong defence too, and that was the case too". Now I just enjoy the football we play.