But, while giving credit to the team of Klopp, Keane, who has won the champions League seven times with United, has said that Liverpool need to maintain their good form over a number of years in order to be in the same bracket as some of the previous Organizing teams.
“I’m certainly not anti-Liverpool. When I was young in the ’80s, Liverpool was obviously a brilliant team and I had a lot of respect for players such as Ronnie Whelan and Ray Houghton. I take my hat off to [that] Liverpool. They have been a very, very good team. They were always to win titles in the League,” Keane told the Irish Independent.
“People will always connect me with United, but I would never regret a team to win the league. They deserve it. They have been outstanding over the past two seasons. The sign of a good team is to be consistent, and that is what they were.
“I think the industry is quick to hand credit. This is what Liverpool did after the win. The teams have had good seasons and fainted.
“So, to win the title is amazing, a fantastic achievement, but the important thing for any big club is to blow. How many titles can they win the next five, ten years? It is thus that I judge really good teams.
“It’s the same thing with the players. I’ve seen players have one or two good seasons and he is a little dizzy, a little excited. And before you know it, you hear no more.”