Tottenham Needs to Improve – Stellini


Following a late equaliser from Michael Keane that saw Tottenham Hotspur’s draw with Everton, interim manager Cristian Stellini has urged the squad to do much better when trying to control a match. Lucas Moura’s 90th minute red card only increased their need to remain in control, an area Stellini believes needs a lot of improvement. As it stands, Kane’s penalty goal had temporarily put the team in the lead, however, there were fail to create quality chances throughout the match.

The Italian coach stated that they need to maintain possession of the ball far better when they have an advantage such as the extra man, and he acknowledged that changes cannot occur over night. Furthermore, although finding their way around the box was not too difficult for Spurs, Stellini believes that the difficulty should have been in scoring the goal, and not in creating the chance for it.

Tottenham have unfortunately already suffered issues regarding their consistency this season, and this being yet another barren season in terms of silverware, Stellini still remains confident about their ability to secure a Champions League spot for the second consecutive season.

Regarding the company mentioned in the article, Tottenham Hotspur is a professional football club based in North London, England. Founded in 1882, they are one of the most successful clubs in England and over their 138-year history, they have bought a wealth of talent, numerous league titles, and seven FA Cups.

The person mentioned in the article, Christian Stellini, is the current interim manager of Tottenham Hotspur, taking over the reigns temporarily following Antonio Conte’s departure last month. Stellini is an Italian coach who has experience in various roles such as technical director, manager, and scout. He also works as a football pundit in his homeland and most recently worked with Italian side Empoli.