Former Manchester United legend Paul Scholes backs Tottenham’s decision to part ways with Antonio Conte after an Instagram post that raised eyebrows. Spurs chairman Daniel Levy took exception to Conte’s public outburst after their 3-3 draw at Southampton, where the Italian coach criticized both the club’s ownership and his “selfish” squad. While many Tottenham fans praised Conte for his honest admission, Scholes criticized the 53-year-old for not voicing his concerns in press conferences earlier. Meanwhile, former Red Devils striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic defended Conte, saying he is just being himself, and that people should express themselves the way they want. Tottenham is yet to appoint a permanent replacement for Conte until the summer, with Cristian Stellini taking over as acting head coach. Reports suggest that they have already drawn up a ten-man shortlist of potential candidates that includes Mauricio Pochettino, Luis Enrique, and former Bayern Munich boss Julian Nagelsmann.
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