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Video: Roy Keane and Micah Richards argue about Harry Kane performance
By Mark Brus -

Roy Keane and Micah Richards had a bit of an argument about the Harry Kane situation after another quiet performance from the Spurs front-man against Chelsea.

Tottenham were beaten 3-0 at home by the Blues this weekend, and as ever the spotlight was on Kane, who just didn’t quite look himself as he continued his slow start to the 2021/22 campaign.

Keane slammed Kane’s body language and insisted the England international had to do more even in this difficult game, whereas Richards was of the view that he’s frustrated not to be getting the kind of service he’d enjoy at a team like Chelsea.

Keane rightly points out that Kane isn’t at Chelsea, he’s at Spurs, and you can watch the slightly heated exchange below…

Pictures courtesy of Sky Sports

Kane may well be frustrated to still be at Tottenham, but he’ll have to get used to it now that the transfer window is closed.

Having said that, Nuno Espirito Santo could also surely be getting more out of these players and providing a world class centre-forward like Kane with more chances.

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Len
Len
1 month ago

I just wrote the same thing on another post so I can be brief. Kane is the leader of the line and he is looking like our deep lying midfield. Stop making excuse for lack of creative. Kane is not in a position to receive anything where he is starting from in our attack. Go lean on the defender for crying out loud, be a presence. It takes a lot to agree with Keane on any subject, but he hit this square on the kisser.

England Mike
England Mike
1 month ago

Isn’t Kane playing the Mourinho way and doing the same as last season, looks that way to me.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
1 month ago

I’m not buying the, but it was a good first half performance rubbish.

Last time I looked there were still two halves in a football match.

And if it was such a good performance in the first half where were the goals to back that up?

eddie
eddie
1 month ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

We’ve seen this too many times.We dominate a game yet have nothing to show for it.If Kane’s not firing Spurs don’t fire.I think at the moment he is not there in his head and it’s understandable.

Would Nuno have the balls to bench him until he sorts himself out?

Cyril knowls
Cyril knowls
1 month ago
Reply to  eddie

If Nuno benches Kane and does not win games he is finished
and whilst i do not disagree with you dropping Kane is very big call not many would want to make

Sonificent
Sonificent
1 month ago
Reply to  Cyril knowls

And drop him for whom? Scarlett?

CzechSpur
CzechSpur
1 month ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

We had maybe one shot on target. Genuinely good sides take advantage when they play well (see Chelsea’s second half). We had one brilliant run past their high line, which Reg fluffed, and a miscontrol by Son when he got a great pass by the much-maligned Lo Celso. Put two away and it could have been very different.

But it’s would have, could have. As it is, we got trounced at home by a much better side. Not looking forward to either Wolves or Arse.

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