Antonio Conte claims Champions League would be a 'miracle' for Spurs
Tottenham boss Antonio Conte claims Champions League qualification would be a ‘MIRACLE’ this season but insists his side must ‘fight until the end’ because they are still in with a chance
- Tottenham currently sit fifth in the Premier League, three points off fourth
- They could move into the top four by beating Newcastle by two goals on Sunday
- It would see Spurs leapfrog Arsenal on goal difference ahead of their game
- Antonio Conte said Arsenal have the advantage but his side still have a chance
Tottenham boss Antonio Conte says qualifying for the Champions League would be a ‘miracle’ but believes his side are in with a chance.
Spurs could move into the top four if they beat Newcastle by two goals as they would climb above Arsenal on goal difference ahead of their game at Crystal Palace on Monday night.
‘It’s right to underline that this target is very, very difficult and we are not the only team that wants to try and do this miracle,’ Conte said.
Tottenham boss Antonio Conte says qualifying for the Champions League would be a ‘miracle’
Spurs can move into the top four if they beat Newcastle by two goals ahead of Arsenal’s game
‘There is Arsenal who in this moment has an advantage and then there is United.
‘If you ask me about the past, about our possibility to reach a place in the Champions League, I could say to do it’d be very, very, very difficult.
‘Now after five months I’m seeing great improvement in my team and we have to fight until the end.
The Italian insisted his side are still in with a chance and urged them to fight until the end
‘We have the possibility to reach this target and it’s important to have this type of ambition and put pressure on ourselves for this target.
‘To play Champions League next season is important for me, the club, the players, the fans. Everybody.
‘Because to play Champions League is totally different to Europa League or Europa Conference League or not playing in UEFA competition.
‘It’s an important target for many reasons, for the club, because for sure you can play important things.’
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