Roy Keane Shares Thoughts on Manchester United’s 3-2 Defeat at Emirates


Roy Keane has accused Manchester United of a lack of quality in their 3-2 defeat to Arsenal.

United fought hard, but conceded late and gave the hosts all three points.

Erik ten Hag spoke about how he is annoyed by the mentality of his team and how stupid mistakes cost them the game.

Keane said that the manager had no choice, and that it affected the course of the game.

United have made progress, but at the end of the game I look at Shaw as a left-back; there are questions for him.”

“One-Bissaka, Fred, McTominay—as if Manchester United hasn’t turned the page on the problems of the past.”

Kin came down on Van Bisaaku:

“He’s not very good offensively, so people say he’s a good defender. I don’t think he’s a good defender.”

The Englishman should have equalized Arsenal’s score better to make the score 1:1. The shape of his body was completely wrong, which made it difficult for him to mark Eddie Nketiah.

Keane continued:

“It’s been 20 minutes and you’re looking at the bench, there aren’t many options; there are still few in this department.”

“There is something that needs to be done with United. They came and performed, but it’s hard to win matches when you concede three goals.”


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