Roy Keane, former Manchester United player, has left Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta off his list of the top three Premier League managers.
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This comes as a surprise given Arsenal’s dominance in the league, as evidenced by their league title. Despite losing one game, Arsenal remain a point ahead of favourites Manchester City. City have yet to lose a match.
Arsenal’s most recent victory came against a big team in Liverpool, where they won 3-2.
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When asked no name his top three premier League managers, Roy Keane snubbed Arteta, picking Thomas Frank instead. He said, as quoted by Football London:
“Managers I like, I have always had time for Pep [Guardiola]. I know people say he has only worked for the best clubs and the best players, but he still has to manage them and find a style of play and keep them performing.”
“I like Thomas Frank. I like the way he comes across, I met him in the Championship a couple of years ago and really liked him.”
“And I like Graham Potter at Chelsea. His teams play, the way he comes across to the media, I am glad he has got the chance to work at a big club like Chelsea. He has settled in really well and those are the three for me.”