Gary Neville names his doubts about Tottenham despite declaring love for Spurs
The ex-Manchester United defender is unsure whether Tottenham Hotspur are robust enough to win the title
Gary Neville says he is unsure whether Tottenham Hotspur are robust enough to win the Premier League title despite admitting that he is a big fan of Spurs.
The north London side produced the performance of the Premier League weekend at White Hart Lane after Harry Kane scored a hat-trick in a 4-0 win over West Bromwich Albion.
Tottenham hoisted themselves above Liverpool and into second place thanks to their emphatic victory over the Baggies, although Jurgen Klopp’s side only trail Spurs on goal difference.
Kane has scored a remarkable 14 goals in 16 games in the 2016-17 Premier League campaign so far despite his ankle injury earlier this season.
Dele Alli has found his best form over the past month after the Tottenham midfielder netted five times in his last four games in the English top flight.
Former Manchester United defender Neville opened up about his doubts surrounding Tottenham’s potential to win the Premier League title.
“I’m not sure. The doubts I have about them is I’m not sure they’re strong enough in depth when the games kick in again. I’m not sure they’ve got enough,” Neville said during his podcast with Sky Sports.
“Actually, I love watching them. I wonder if they have a strong and robust spine to see it through and win it at the end.”
Tottenham are seven points behind current Premier League leaders Chelsea.