Spurs are serious title contender, insists Robinson

Thu 03 December 2020 | 12:31

Tottenham Hotspur is currently sitting on top of the Premier League with 21 points.

Paul Robinson

believes that

Tottenham Hotspur

is a serious title contender this season. Jose Mourinho has built up a great squad and they have gotten great results so far this season. They are currently on top of the table with Liverpool and Chelsea following.


brought a couple of players to the Spurs during the summer transfer window. Gareth Bale is one of them who left the White Hard Lane back in 2012 for Real Madrid. He joined Tottenham with a one-year long loan deal. Paul Robinson believes that the squad, under the management of Mourinho can win the title.

Gareth Bale

is a serial winner, Jose’s a born winner, we know that. Hugo Lloris is a World Cup winner; they’ve got the ability and the staying power to challenge for the title.”

He added:

“Jose was brought in for a reason. Pochettino took the team to a certain level and he nearly won something, but nearly wasn’t good enough. The chairman wants to win something. Jose was given the tools, he’s been backed in the transfer market which is fantastic to see, so you can now judge him as Spurs’ manager.

“He’s actually turning a lot of people who questioned his appointment back in his favour. You can see he’s got the twinkle back in his eye. The Jose at Spurs is the Jose who was at Chelsea, not the one that was at Manchester United. The one who was winning big trophies and had the players on his side and winning a lot of friends. It seems like we’ve got that Jose again.



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