Tottenham Hotspur coach Mauricio Pochettino has revealed his dream five-a-side squad and it features a two-time FIFA World Player of the Year, who played for FC Barcelona and a former FIFA World Cup winner.
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The former Argentina international and current Spurs coach sat down with Sky Sports to discuss his dream fives team, made up of players from all around the globe.
Manchester City assistant coach, Mikel Arteta, who previously turned out for the likes of Paris Saint-Germain, Rangers, Everton and Arsenal was one of the first names on Pochettino's list, citing his vast leadership ability during their time spent together in the Ligue 1.
Brazilian superstar Ronaldinho, who won the 2002 World Cup with Selecao also formed part of the list, with Pochettinho citing him as 'an amazing talent', whom 'he was so lucky to play with'
In attack, the former Bordeaux star went with the inclusion of countryman Diego Maradona, who guided La Albiceleste to the World Cup title in 1986.
Permitted to only five players, the Spurs tactician did make mention of an African star, who made history by becoming the first player to clinch consecutive BBC African Footballer of the Year accolades in 2003 and 2004 respectively.
The other two players in Pochettinho's squad include an Espanyol shot-stopper and a former Lazio midfielder - click through the mini gallery of images to see Pochettinho's dream five-a-side team?
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