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Gary Neville Names one team he "never trusted" them to get into top four this season

Former Manchester United player Gary Neville has honestly named Arsenal as the team that he never trusted getting into the top four finish this season.

Arsenal has been displaying outstanding performance in some parts of the season which could have enabled them to be in the top four this season. They have however fell short in the defeat to Tottenham Hotspurs and Newcastle United yesterday. The Gunnars are now one point behind Tottenham with one game remaining to finish the season. It's unlikely that Mikel Arteta's men will be playing champions league games next season.

Speaking after the game yesterday, former Manchester United defender Gary Neville has revealed that he never fully trusted the North London club to finish strongly in the top four this season.

" It’s a bad one. I remember United losing that Europa League final against Villarreal and thinking it was more than just a defeat in the final. The body language of those Arsenal players at the end tells you it is more than just a defeat. It is a big one for them. I never fully trusted them to get top four all the way through, to be honest with you. It shows us where they are at. They got schooled on Thursday at Tottenham, they’ve lacked experience tonight on and off the pitch. That will cause them a big problem tonight."

Arsenal has been suffering huge defeats when playing top teams this which have lagged them behind to be in the top four. They will however be playing in the Europa league next season. Mikel Arteta will be playing Everton on Sunday in their last game. They might however qualify for the champions league if they will win the game but Antonio Conte's men fail to win their game.

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