Despite Jose Mourinho’s restoring leading position in the Premier League with a draw against Chelsea, Roy Keane has raised doubts that Tottenham don’t have what it takes to be the title winner.
had the possession and created a lot of chances at
shut down Chelsea to grind out a dull draw and climbed to the top of the table ahead of Liverpool.
Keane was asked whether Mourinho could lead Spurs to their first League title since 1961, Keane responded, ‘
He's done it before. His CV is fantastic
"But I don't think these players he has at Spurs are good enough to win the title. They have the X-factor in Mourinho and Harry Kane, I don't think that's enough. They were hanging on at the end at Stamford Bridge.”
"I think they are on for a very good season, but a very good season is a big difference to trying to win the league title. I don't think so. Manchester City are stronger than Spurs."
"Jose Mourinho said his players were disappointed in the dressing room, I think they should be delighted. Mourinho will be delighted."
The Spurs boss disagreed: "It is not true, my players are my witnesses, we came here to win. I share this mentality with my players.”
After the game, Mourinho continued to diminish his side’s chances of winning the title at the end of the season.
"We are not even in the race, so we are not a horse," Mourinho added. "I don't know the word in English for the small, young horses. Pony. We are just a pony, and you see the difference.
"Chelsea are one of the biggest contenders, there is no doubt about that. It is not a problem for them at all to be two points behind us and Liverpool.