Cristian Stellini urged Tottenham to fight for top four in Premier League

As Tottenham prepares for the first of “eight finals” in the fight for a top-four Premier League finish, Cristian Stellini has urged them to take more chances.

Cristian Stellini
Cristian Stellini

Spurs faced criticism for what some saw as a hostile style under Cristian Stellini’s predecessor Antonio Conte, despite only Arsenal and Manchester City surpassing their total of 55 Premier League goals this season.

The club’s acting head coach is aware that Tottenham must step up their offensive game if they hope to qualify for Europe’s top club competition for a second consecutive season.

Cristian Stellini
Cristian Stellini

Tottenham, who have played one more game than both teams, enters their match against Bournemouth on Saturday three points behind Newcastle United and Manchester United in the race for Champions League qualifying.

We have to play the eight final games like eight finals, We started with Brighton and now we have eight games. We have to play attacking football.

We are trying to push more to create more chances, to try to shoot more on target, to create something that can create a good atmosphere in the stadium, and to get the crowd behind us.

I think we played many games in the past that were really attractive. For me, it is important to win games in this moment and not only to think about how attractive our football is.

Cristian Stellini said.

Cristian Stellini and his counterpart Roberto De Zerbi were both dismissed from Tottenham’s last match, a contentious 2-1 victory over Brighton and Hove Albion that was marked by a huge brawl involving members of both teams’ coaching staff.

Following that incident, the Football Association charged both teams, though Cristian Stellini and De Zerbi seem to have escaped touchline suspensions.

What we created in that moment was not a good impression for anyone. Maybe for the atmosphere we created, the decision is good.

We have to be better and personally, I am happy we showed we are a team, we are linked, we are close and we defend ourselves and our club.

At the same time, I am happy because I feel I was not involved in anything, so it is a good decision that I stay on the touchline for tomorrow.

on the incident, Cristian Stellini said

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