Gary Neville claims Mourinho winning Premier League with Tottenham would 'alarm' Chelsea, Man Utd and Arsenal fans
JOSE MOURINHO winning the Premier League title with Tottenham would 'alarm' Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea fans.
That's the take of former Red Devils right-back Gary Neville.
Spurs continued their good run of form at the weekend with a late 1-0 win at strugglers West Brom.
Harry Kane continued his blistering start to the season, by scoring his 150th Premier League goal.
The result temporarily took the Lilywhites top of the table, although they now sit second – a point behind Leicester City.
And Neville believes that Tottenham's good run could send shockwaves around the Premier League.
He said on the Gary Neville Podcast: "I said a couple weeks ago on Monday Night Football that Spurs couldn't win the league, and I still don't think they can.
"But I do agree with Jamie Carragher that it would be the most outstanding story to see Jose Mourinho win the Premier League with Tottenham.
"It would be something that would alarm Chelsea fans, Manchester United fans and Arsenal fans. It would be one of the great stories, because Tottenham don't win leagues!
"He's got the forward players to do it. You think of the strike force and the goal – it's incredible.”
The United legend, 45, also gave his take on his former club after their 3-1 win at Everton.
He added: "I was glued to the TV from 11.30am yesterday [Saturday] morning, thinking about the game, thinking about the previous week, and you just think: 'We need a performance here, Ole needs a performance, the club need a performance, players need a performance.'
"They go behind, and I think United deservedly came out on top in the end.
"They're just so inconsistent. If you think about the last week, the performance against Leipzig, PSG, against Arsenal, in Turkey, they've got to get rid of that, it's up and down.
"It's a thing that will always put them under pressure as players and a manager. You need consistency, ultimately that's what a champion needs to be, and at the moment they're inconsistent."
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