After Tottenham’s 2-1 defeat at Liverpool on Sunday, the Sky Sports studio was keen to discuss a number of underperforming Spurs players.

Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, Graeme Souness and Roy Keane were the pundits for the game, and they were asked about the poor displays of Serge Aurier, Danny Rose, Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen.

Keane was particularly brutal when it came to the full-backs, labelling Aurier and Rose ‘dumb and dumber’.

On Dele Alli, Keane said: “He basically thought he was a player, thought he’d achieved something, but today, non-existent.”

And after Neville and Carragher disagreed on Eriksen, Keane compared the Dane’s application to that of Fred for Manchester United.

Was Keane too harsh on those four players? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.



  1. Like him or not, Roy Keane doesn’t mince his words,knows what he is talking about and talks a lot of sense.
    Wish we could say the same about Pochettino.

  2. Oh course they are correct. What have these players achieved. Nothing. How about Ryan giggs brings his medals/trophies and dele brings his and we compare who is the most successful. Ali works on money and even at that he is major small time. Ali is a sad person who cares only about himself and the now and little about what he could be and his role as a model to younger players. Spurs should sell him while they can while it still floats.


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