Roy Keane ‘scares’ Tottenham

Roy Keane 'scares' Tottenham

Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has hit out at Spurs following his side ‘s 3-0 defeat to the Red Devils in the Premier League on Saturday. He finds it particularly “boring” to watch them.

How far is it that Tottenham have reached the C1 final and joined the fight for the podium in the league? That was two years ago, but then Spurs’ situation changed a lot. They were already disappointed last season and finished eighth in the Premier League after ten games. On Saturday, Manchester United rewrote (3-0), but continued their defeat against Liverpool (5-0), who are already ten points behind leader Chelsea. And will face great criticism in England. Not really a follower of the language of the tree, Roy Keane was one of the most powerful on TV sets.

Keane points to Spurs’ ‘frightening’ status

“These Spurs are disappointing. In a corner, when they’m 2-0 down at home, they’ve gone three laps. This is terrible, this is an abysmal level. This Spurs are really annoying when you look at them. When you are 2-0 behind at home, Your instincts must make you attack, and with 15 minutes left, it’s like they’re thrown in the towel, ”the former Irish international and captain of the Red Devils told Sky Sports.

The same criticism from former Liverpool great Graeme Sounes: “Like Lucas Maura, Harry Kane is only his shadow. They held 58%, but they did nothing. The fans went home. At the Europa League conference (9pm on RMC Sport) at the Vittez Arnheim, Nuno Espirito Santo’s men will try to raise their heads against the Dutch on Thursday, who are currently third in the group dominated by Stade Renais.

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