Gary Neville issues Man United reminder after Antonio Conte’s Tottenham tirade –

Gary Neville has reminded his followers in Twitter of ‘not loving’ Antonio Conte as Manchester United manager after his epic tirade at Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday.

After Spurs blew a 3-1 lead to draw 3-3 at relegation-threatened Southampton, including a James Ward-Prowse penalty in stoppage time, Conte unleashed how Tottenham have been led as a club to over the years, from top to bottom. .

From Tottenham’s lack of trophies to his lack of ambition, the Italian has made it clear that he believes those at the top of the tree on Hotspur Way are responsible for his lack of trophy-winning experience.

Under Daniel Levy as president, the Spurs have won just one trophy, and this current season will again end trophyless.

While the fire is burning in north London, it is cosier in Manchester and at Old Trafford with Erik ten Hag, who has brought the feel-good factor back to Manchester United after being appointed in the summer.

However, before Manchester United brought in ten Hag, they had a chance to sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and sign Conte, who was a free agent at the time, after leaving Inter Milan.

Many questioned, including the likes of Jamie Carragher, why Man United didn’t go for ‘serial winner’ but, at the time, Gary Neville had none of that and felt it didn’t suit his club, well he’s has been tested at this time.

At the start, you can read a reminder of what Neville and Carragher previously said about Conte, before the former right-back’s five-word response after yesterday’s tirade.


If Conte is sacked by Daniel Levy tomorrow, next week or next month, one thing that cannot be denied is that he is telling the truth about Spurs.

Those are two trophy-winning coaches they’ve had on their bench, but they’ll both head out the starting gate empty-handed.

Many different coaches of different styles have been on the bench, and also different players on the field.

But, the same president in Daniel Levy and owner in Joe Lewis, but with the same results. It’s quite simple what and where the problems are.

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