Spurs urged to ‘get Robbie Keane in’ by former player

Spurs urged to ‘get Robbie Keane in’ by former player

HE COULD probably still put in a shift up front...

Given all the European Super League news that has gone on over the past couple of days, it would be easy to forget that José Mourinho was sacked as Tottenham Hotspur manager in the midst of it all.

Spurs are currently sat in 7th place, but do have a Carabao Cup Final against Manchester City to look forward to this Sunday.

The London club announced that former player Ryan Mason will be taking charge of the side until the end of the season, and as a result, the 29-year-old will be in the dugout for a cup final in one of his first games in management.

Former Spurs player Jamie O'Hara suggested that the club get a more experienced duo in at the helm for the big game, saying that Harry Redknapp and Robbie Keane would have been the way to go for the rest of the season.

Speaking to Sky Sports News, O'Hara said: "Ryan Mason is a great lad and a top footballer but he’s not ready to take over Spurs, let’s be serious about that.

"From now until the end of the season, I would get Harry Redknapp in. I’d get Robbie Keane in. I’d get them two in tomorrow, get them into the cup final – two big people who have already been at Spurs.

"I know Robbie Keane has got a pro licence, he’s worked, he’s done it, he’s already been involved in coaching. He’d be massive for Spurs, in my opinion."

The duo would provide some box office entertainment at the very least