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Rallying Cry from the Injured: Eric Dier’s Inspiring Champions League Message to Spurs Squad”

Rallying Cry from the Injured: Eric Dier’s Inspiring Champions League Message to Spurs Squad”

Eric Dier has urged Tottenham to draw on their past experience of achieving a top-four finish last season in their quest to qualify for the Champions League. Dier also expressed regret about missing a crucial game due to suspension, which affected their chances of securing a place in the competition. However, he remains optimistic and hopes that the team can build on their recent victory and move forward.

“We have to take the experience from last season and use it to our advantage. You know what the Premier League is like, they’ll be bumps along the way but we’ve got to try and give everything for these 11 games. We’ve got to try and give everything as a squad and as a club.

“Yeah, obviously Wednesday (against AC Milan) was a huge disappointment but at the same time it is a good motivation for us to push for that top four because those are the nights you want to be involved in football.”

On Saturday afternoon, Tottenham secured a win against Nottingham Forest, extending their lead over Liverpool by six points in the Premier League table. Following their recent exit from the Champions League, Spurs’ focus is now solely on securing a top-four spot in the Premier League. However, Newcastle’s victory over Wolves on Sunday has narrowed the gap to just four points, and they have two games in hand over Tottenham.

In light of this, Spylax Media  has analyzed Spurs’ upcoming five fixtures in the Premier League, as the team seeks to maintain their momentum in the race for a top-four finish.

In the upcoming weekend, Tottenham will aim to put an end to their recent inconsistent performances and secure consecutive victories in the Premier League when they take on Southampton.

There are positive indications that two players, Ivan Perisic and Emerson Royal, may return to the squad for the match after missing the previous game against Nottingham Forest due to injuries. However, Tottenham still have some long-term absentees who will not be available for selection.

Rallying Cry from the Injured: Eric Dier’s Inspiring Champions League Message to Spurs Squad”

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