Mauricio Pochettino says it is "impossible" for Tottenham to win the Premier League title after defeat at London rivals Chelsea. "Watching my behaviour afterwards on TV, I think I need to accept and apologise to Mike Dean". My behaviour was public and I want to apologise publicly. "I feel sorry for that [Dean being switched] because I wanted to see him and apologise in person", Pochettino said.
The Spurs boss was clearly agitated at full-time, storming on to the pitch to confront referee Mike Dean - actions that led the FA to charge the Spurs boss.
"It is alleged the Tottenham Hotspur manager's language and/or behaviour at the end of the fixture - both on the pitch and in or around the tunnel area - amounted to improper conduct", the FA said in a statement.
"I think that is the most important, we need to accept that we are with our emotion". 'For me it's not important because I don't take it personal.
"Always I need to tell you I never lost control - I was under control - but of course in that moment the thing happened".
"But I think it's going to help me and I hope I don't repeat this type of situation".
He added: 'I was so frustrated after the game, so disappointed with the result. "It's only that when you start to talk, your heart-rate starts to push".
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"For me, he is one of the best referees".
"You're still seeing the same problems where they're playing good football and they turn up".
Match official Dean has been redirected from fourth official duties in Tottenham's game at Chelsea to avoid any potential for further conflict with Pochettino.
Pochettino also insisted his players must be capable of showing the defeat at Turf Moor was a one-off incident by proving they are capable of beating Chelsea in the next game.
Asked if he was concerned about Tottenham's place in the top four, Pochettino said: "I am not afraid".
Spurs will be without Dele Alli (hamstring) and Eric Dier (tonsillitis). Spurs take on Chelsea tomorrow, host Arsenal on Saturday and then face Southampton the following weekend.