Tottenham football manager targets Champions League return
14th April 2011 - Alma Shera
Tottenham football manager Harry Redknapp is targeting a second season in the Champions League after crashing out of this year's competition last night (April 14th).
Spurs faced a near-impossible task in the second leg of their quarter-final against Real Madrid, having lost the first one 4-0.
After an error by goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes gifted Real a 1-0 win, football manager Redknapp turned his attentions to the Premier League, and the battle to secure a place in Europe's top club competition next season.
He said: "It's very difficult to retain that top-four spot but that's something we've got to aim to do at Tottenham. We've got to be up there every year. We should be.
"If we can make the top four again, it would be a great achievement."
However, Spurs have some very difficult soccer games standing in their way. They play arch-rivals Arsenal next, before having to take on Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool in their last five fixtures.
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