Usain Bolt regrets leaving Conte at Spurs instead of waiting for Man United job.
Usain Bolt, the world’s greatest runner of all time, is a big ghost boy. He admitted it was a pity that Antonio Conte decided to take charge of Tottenham Hotspur instead of waiting for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s position at Manchester United.
“Antonio Conte is a manager that I am very fond of. Because he was born to be truly successful as a player,” the Olympic gold medalist told The National News.
“He opened up a great coaching career with Juventus and then won trophies. Then it was the Italian national team. And then came to Chelsea, where the team quickly won the league.”
“Then, after moving to Inter Milan, there hasn’t been any success in the last few years and the squad wasn’t as strong as in the past, but Conte eventually led the team to a league title in two years.”
“Everywhere Conte takes himself to the challenge of success. He will win all the championships. And I’m sure that in January Spurs will have a good player who fits the philosophy of the new manager, about two to add to the army to lay the groundwork.