Premier League: Ex-Liverpool Insinuates Tottenham Don’t deserve to be side by side with Chelsea and Manchester United


Former Liverpool defender, Jamie Carragher, believes that Tottenham Hotspur’s level is still very far from the big four teams in the Premier League even though Antonio Conte has now handled it.

Antonio Conte’s debut at Tottenham Hotspur ended quite sweetly. Harry Kane et al. 3-2 win over Vitesse Arnhem in the Europa Conference League continued last week.

The result was a sweet start for Conte, who was contracted with a duration of 18 months plus an extension option. As for he was paid with money amounting to 13 million pounds.

The duration is the same as what Thomas Tuchel received when he came to replace Frank Lampard. The Tuchel contract was then added two more years following the success of winning the Champions League trophy.

However, Carragher assesses that the two managers cannot be beaten equally considering the status of the Tottenham Hotspur club is not as light as Chelsea. What did he say?

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Carragher stressed that Tottenham’s 13-year trophy-free record means the North London club is still far from being compared to Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United .

“Many think that Conte is in the same condition as Tuchel, for whom Spurs will give him an additional contract duration, the same as when Tuchel got him after winning the Champions League title in just six months,” Carragher wrote in the Daily Telegraph.

“In fact, Conte certainly knows, what he coached is Spurs, not Chelsea. It’s a waste if you think Conte will end the season like Tuchel at that time, namely winning titles.”

purs are far compared to Chelsea, Manchester City or Liverpool.

“Last weekend together we see, how Manchester United are so superior,” he wrote again.

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8 Premier League coaches with the most expensive salaries, Antonio Conte surpasses Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Antonio Conte is back in the Premier League. The Italian architect has officially become the new coach of Tottenham Hotspur.

The arrival of Antonio Conte to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to replace Nuno Espirito Santo. The Portuguese coach was sacked by Spurs earlier this week.

Conte signed a two-year contract until June 2023 and an option for a season extension. According to some reports, Conte will get paid 15 million euros per year or equivalent to Rp248 billion.

This figure makes Antonio Conte one of the highest paid coaches in the Premier League, although not in the top position. So who is at the top?

Here are eight coaches of the Premier League who have the highest salaries version of The Sun .

8. Thomas Tuchel (Chelsea)
Thomas Tuchel was appointed Chelsea coach earlier this year. The man from Germany is contracted by the Blues until June 30, 2024.

So far, Tuchel has had good achievements during Chelsea gushing. He managed to present the Champions League title last season.

Tuchel gets paid 7 million pounds per year (Rp137.4 billion) while working at Stamford Bridge. This season, Tuchel managed to bring Chelsea to the top of the Premier League standings.

7. Rafael Benitez (Everton)
Rafael Benitez was appointed Everton coach at the start of this season. He filled the position vacated by Carlo Ancelotti.

The Spanish coach earns a salary of 7 million pounds per year (Rp137.4 billion).

So far, Everton’s gait with Benitez has not been too good. The reason is, The Toffees are currently in 10th position in the Premier League.

6. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (Manchester United)
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was appointed coach of Manchester United in December 2018. He managed to lead Manchester United to runners-up in the Premier League and penetrated the Europa League final last season.

For his achievements, Solskjaer got a new contract last July. Solskjaer has signed a new contract that runs until at least 2024.

From his new contract, Solskjaer pocketed 7.5 million pounds per year (Rp 147.2 billion). United also have the option to extend his contract by a year.

5. Marcelo Bielsa (Leeds United)
Marcelo Bielsa has had a pretty good performance with Leeds United. The Argentine coach managed to bring the Whites promotion to the Premier League.

This season, Bielsa has a tough task to keep Leeds in the highest caste of English football. Currently Raphinha and colleagues occupy the 17th position in the standings.

Bielsa is under contract at Elland Road until June 30, 2022. The 56-year-old man is paid £8 million per season (Rp157 billion).

4. Brendan Rodgers (Leicester City)
Brendan Rodgers was appointed Leicester City coach in 2019. He came to the King Power Stadium after a successful spell with Celtic.

Rodgers earns £10 million per year (Rp196.3 billion) at the club. The former Liverpool coach has a contract with Leicester until 30 June 2025.

The 48-year-old man managed to bring Leicester to the FA Cup title last season. They beat Chelsea in the final.