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Stellini Gives His Verdict on Whether Spurs Can Finish in the Top Four

    Tottenham Hotspur’s interim manager, Cristian Stellini, has called on his team to play attacking football as they strive to secure a top-four finish in the Premier League. Stellini, who took over after Antonio Conte’s departure, faces a challenging task as Spurs are currently fifth in the league, three points behind fourth-placed Manchester United, who have a game in hand.

    During a pre-match press conference, Stellini emphasized the importance of playing the final eight games like “eight finals” and urged his team to play attacking football. He hasn’t made significant changes to the team’s playing style since taking over but has stressed the need to get Son Heung-min back in the goals.

    Son, who has struggled for form in recent games, has spoken about his desire to be in scoring positions more often. Stellini responded by saying that it’s not only up to the team to create those opportunities, as the opposition’s tactics also play a role. He emphasized the need to find the right solution to create chances for all the players on the team with different characteristics.

    Securing a top-four finish in the Premier League is crucial for Tottenham, as it would guarantee them a place in next season’s Champions League. With just eight games remaining, every point is vital, and Stellini’s call for attacking football highlights the team’s intention to push for a place in the top four.

    Stellini’s appointment as interim manager was unexpected, and there’s uncertainty around who will take over permanently. However, the team’s performance in the remaining games of the season will determine their fate. The focus now is on playing attacking football and creating scoring opportunities for all the players on the team. If Spurs can achieve this, they stand a chance of securing a place in the top four of the Premier League.

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