Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has hit out at his former membership after their 3-2 loss by the hands of league leaders Arsenal, saying for all the cash they’ve spent they’re nonetheless properly quick.
New Delhi,UPDATED: Jan 23, 2023 17:36 IST
Keane slams Wan Bissaka after loss vs Arsenal (AP)
By India Today Web Desk: Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has hit out at his former membership after their 3-2 loss by the hands of league leaders Arsenal, saying for all the cash they’ve spent they’re nonetheless properly quick.
Speaking to Sky Sports after the sport, Keane stated United are nonetheless a good distance off from profitable the Premier League title, including that they’re nonetheless properly quick regardless of spending some huge cash.
“Then when the going acquired powerful you’re looking on the bench and it wasn’t nice. For all the cash United have spent they’re nonetheless properly quick. I believe they’re sure for prime 4, possibly win a cup, however by way of competing for league titles there’s a method to go,” stated Keane.
He went on to say that United have made progress however stated that they nonetheless haven’t moved on from gamers like Luke Shaw, Aaron Wan Bissaka and Scott McTominay.
“United have made progress but at the end of the game, I’m looking at (Luke) Shaw still at left-back – there are questions over him. (Aaron) Wan-Bissaka, Fred, (Scott) McTominay – it’s like Manchester United haven’t moved on from the problems in the past. I’m not blaming them as it was a tough game, give credit to Arsenal. It was a reality check,” Keane added.
Keane then slammed Wan Bissaka for his efficiency towards Arsenal, saying he lacked consciousness and let Eddie Nketiah rating the last-minute winner.
“It’s just his lack of awareness. It’s as if he can’t believe someone’s coming around the back of him, because he can see him, he just dozes off. A silly lack of concentration, considering we praise him saying he’s a good defender. Of course he [Wan-Bissaka] sees him [Nketiah]. You have to be aware of him, that’s his job, this is big-boy stuff, these are big moments, do your job, go and attack the ball,” stated Keane.
Jan 23, 2023