Roy Keane slamming ‘Spursy’ Tottenham has Karen Carney sniggering in Sky studio

Roy Keane had Karen Carney sniggering after he brutally labelled Tottenham's defending "Spursy" following their 2-1 Aston Villa defeat.

Ange Postecoglou's side suffered their third loss on the trot on Sunday (November 26), despite taking the lead on home turf. Giovani Lo Celso's deflected strike put them ahead.

But Pau Torres headed home an equaliser in stoppage time at the end of the first half, and Ollie Watkins scored a winner in the second 45. Keane didn't hold back in his post-match assessment.

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The Sky Sports pundit said: "Lovely goal from Villa, lovely finish, but really poor defensively from Spurs, You’ve got to be tough and you’ve got to be aggressive. Defensively, wow. Spursy."

His colleague Carney struggled to hold back the laughter at the comment, which similarly had rival fans watching on at home cracking up. One wrote: "I adore Roy Keane. Calling Spurs, Spursy. I actually lol."

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Another commented: "Roy Keane has been waiting months to pull a ‘Spursy’ out on Sky and I tell you what he didn’t disappoint."

And with former Spurs defender Michael Dawson also in the studio, one added: "Roy Keane calling Tottenham ‘Spursy’ when he’s sat next to Dawson is a different level violation."

It obviously didn't go down well with Tottenham supporters. "Roy keane has watched that performance, knows all the context with injuries and just called us Spursy. Idiot," fumed one.

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A second questioned: "What does he expect when our defenders were out injured?" While a third argued: "How is he dissing us when he watches United every week."

With Micky van de Ven a long-term injury absentee and Cristian Romero serving the second of his three-match ban, Postecoglou started right-back Emerson Royal and left-back Ben Davies in the heart of his defence.

Their only other fit centre-back, Eric Dier, was surprisingly benched. It doesn't get any easier for Spurs, who have slipped to fifth in the table, with a trip to Manchester City coming up next weekend.

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