Former Manchester United defender, Gary Neville, has said two clubs helped Antonio Conte qualify Tottenham Hotspur for next season’s Champions League.
Speaking on his podcast, Neville noted that “the capitulation of Manchester United and the fall of Arsenal” assisted Spurs.
Arsenal finished in fifth place, two points behind their North London rivals, after losing the Derby and at Newcastle United.
United, on the other hand, ended up in the sixth position, 15 points off fourth place.
“He (Conte) has done a brilliant job at Tottenham, he’s been assisted by the capitulation of Manchester United and the fall of Arsenal but he’s done a good job and was always going to. I’m very clear that he isn’t the right manager for Manchester United but you can say someone’s not the right manager for your club but he’s still a great manager.
“The others have got Tuchel, Conte, Klopp and Guardiola – they’re animals, they win trophies all the time. They stand on the touchline and can almost eat you alive with their presence and aura. The rest have a long way to go,” Neville said.
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