Cristian Stellini offers Arnaut Danjuma hope with more playing time comment
One particular aspect of Stellini’s tenure that has been widely discussed is his approach to squad rotation, especially with regard to the players who have been overlooked under previous managers.
Antonio Conte’s approach of playing the same starting eleven for every game had drawn criticism from the fans, who saw their team struggle to maintain their sharpness as the season wore on.
Danjuma, in particular, has had a frustrating time since his arrival in January, with just 47 minutes of game time across four matches. However, Stellini has now offered hope to the Dutch international, and other players like him, suggesting that they will get more playing time under his tenure.
Stellini has emphasized the importance of creating unity within the squad and setting an important target for everyone to work towards. He has also stated that he does not want to change everything that has been done in the past, but rather build on it to achieve the team’s goals.
With 10 games left in the season, Stellini has a chance to make his mark on the team and lead them to a strong finish. April is a crucial month for Tottenham, with matches against Everton, Brighton, and Bournemouth before a challenging week that sees them face Newcastle, Liverpool, and Manchester United.
Tottenham fans will be hoping that Stellini’s approach will bring out the best in the players who have been overlooked so far this season. Arnaut Danjuma, in particular, will be looking to make a strong impression and show what he is capable of.
Speaking about the situation, here is what Stellini had to say about giving the young players more game time.
“Yes, absolutely, this is important and one point I have to work on. What’s important is that we have an important target to reach, which is important for everyone, because everyone can have an important feeling and impact on the future if we reach this target. So that has to be the point, that we can create unity between us”
Stellini’s emphasis on unity and setting a common goal is a refreshing change for Tottenham, who have struggled to find consistency and cohesion under previous managers. The fans will be hoping that this new approach will translate to results on the pitch and propel the team up the table.
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Tottenham have a crucial part of the season left. If Stellini can lead us to a top-four finish, he would have done his job and that’s what we want.