‘I like Pep Guardiola instead’: Roy Keane ‘snubs’ Arteta from his top three premier League managers

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'I like Pep Guardiola instead': Roy Keane 'snubs' Arteta from his top three premier League managers

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.”

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