Tottenham fans hit back at Roy Keane on Twitter after scathing attack
By Amir Mir
Roy Keane has said Tottenham have “no chance” of winning the Premier League title in the new campaign, and Tottenham supporters on Twitter are hoping he ends up having to eat his own words.
Spurs are the only unbeaten side left in the Premier League after eight matches and they sit one point behind league leaders Manchester City with 18 points.
However, Manchester United great Keane has dismissed the north London side’s chances of winning their first Premier League trophy.
This angered supporters on Twitter who believe their team can lift the English title under manager Mauricio Pochettino this term.
Some supporters believe the former midfielder has a chip on his shoulder, after his Forest side lost to Spurs in the 1991 FA Cup final.
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Another fan pointed towards the success of Leicester City last season, as a reason why Pochettino’s side can lift the trophy.
Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:
fair enough, but no chance? I mean Leicester won ffs. Spurs winning the title is not as likely as others but still a chance.
— Chris (@chrisbuchananan) October 20, 2016
that shows like the majority of pundits he doesn't know much and that he like the media doesn't like Spurs
— Andy-THFC/MB20 (@andynolanmb20) October 20, 2016
Roy Keane very complimentary towards us on ITV just then. But says we have no chance of winning the league lol. Cheers Roy. #COYS
— Adam Warlow (@AdWarlow3287) October 19, 2016
Keane has had a chip on his shoulder about Spurs since the 1991 FA Cup final he lost with Forest.
— Ian Nelson (@IGNelson) October 20, 2016
hopefully that's the 'win nothing with kids' moment, to be replayed endlessly after we win the thing. #whichwewont
— jim (@jimspur72) October 19, 2016
Roy Keane says Tottenham have no chance winning the league. I always did like Irish jokes.
— Zac Johns⚽️n ???????? (@daddyzeeTHFC) October 20, 2016
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