There are more chances this season that Tottenham will finish in the top four than there were last year. A good season for Antonio Conte would be if the North London Club made it to the Champions League.
As for the Italian boss, he's been told what to do in order for the top four to finish. In the Daily Mail, Ginola, who played for Tottenham in the past, says that if Chelsea manager Antonio Conte wants to be in the Champions League next season, he'll have to win all of the games he still has left.
When Tottenham play Newcastle on Sunday night, Spurs have a chance, and there is no need for a miracle for them to do that, says the Spurs manager.
"They will finish in the top four if they win every game they play. Their fate is up to them. It doesn't matter who Arsenal, Chelsea or any other team is."
They both want to be fourth in the Premier League table. On the other hand, United might need more power this season to finish in the top four. This is what people say. He said that Manchester United aren't favorites to finish in the top four.
Wait until the end of the season, and we'll find out.
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