Spurs can qualify for Champions League, insists upbeat Bassong

02 November 2009 12:28
Despite their disappointing 3-0 weekend defeat at the hands of bitter north London rivals Arsenal, Sabastien Bassong is certain that Tottenham can contend for a season-ending fourth-place finish.[LNB]The defender, who arrived at White Hart Lane from Newcastle in the summer, is set to spend a month on the sidelines after limping off with a hamstring injury at the Emirates to compound a frustrating afternoon for manager Harry Redknapp.[LNB] Second best: Sebastien Bassong loses out to Eduardo but feels Spurs are still good for fourth place despite defeat at Arsenal[LNB]And despite dropping to fifth in the table, three points behind third-place Gunners who have a game to spare, Bassong believes Spurs have enough quality at their disposal to turn things around and stage a firm bid for Champions League football next term.[LNB] GARY LINEKER: Harry Redknapp still has a big job to transform SpursSpurs boss Redknapp calls stewards in to deal with abusive Arsenal fanTOTTENHAM HOTSPUR FC

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