Arsenal fans mercilessly troll Gary Neville over Man Utd legend's ill-fated Antonio Conte prediction | The Sun

ARSENAL fans have mocked Gary Neville for predicting that Antonio Conte would deliver Tottenham a trophy.

Spurs parted ways with the Italian coach, 53, on Sunday evening as his 16-month stint in North London came to an end.

Conte helped the Lilywhites qualify for the Champions League last season as they pipped the Gunners to fourth spot.

But things have unravelled in recent months with Tottenham being dumped out of the FA Cup and Champions League.

And while they do still sit fourth in the Premier League, Conte failed to end Spurs' wait for silverware – which stretches back to 2008.

That is something that has been lapped up by Arsenal fans.


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And they have now brought a Neville comment back to the surface from November last year.

Following Spurs' 2-1 loss to Liverpool, the Manchester United legend said: "I do think he'll get them a trophy.

"He's the type of manager that he won't leave until he gets them a trophy."

Reacting to the comment, one Gunners supporter said: "His predictions always turn against him. He said Arsenal had no plan with their recruitment. Look at him now. Still believes Man Utd will finish above Arsenal."

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Another added: "Keep these coming 😂."

A third replied: "When Gary Neville says something is gonna happen it’s guaranteed the opposite will definitely happen."

While a fourth jokingly responded: "One of the greatest minds in the game."

Crestian Stellini will take charge of Tottenham until the end of the season while Spurs chiefs search for a permanent successor.

A number of names have been touted for the role including Julian Nagelsmann and Mauricio Pochettino.

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