25 Apr Man Utd news:’Ole Gunna Solskjaer has to be hugely ashamed’ — Roy Keane blasts’bluffers’ & warns of repeat of Mourinho sacking
A guy who wore the Red Devils shirt with ferocious pride throughout his playing days has panned those now in the club
Roy Keane hasn’t held back in his evaluation of the job facing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in Manchester United, with the prior midfielder warning the very same players that”threw Jose Mourinho below the bus” can do the exact same for his former team-partner.
Solskjaer’s coming following Mourinho’s dismissal saw a massive turnaround in shape for the Old Trafford side, prompting the club board to hand the Allied the very best job on a permanent basis.
This appointment, nevertheless, has surfaced with a recession in outcomes, together with the Red Devils having endured six defeats in their last eight matches in all competitions.
Many have promised that United jumped the gun from appointing a club full-time, however Keane, who captained the Premier League giants using a level of ferocity that watched him dreaded throughout Europe, states that all is down to”bluffers” inside the group.
“[Ole] will not be under stress concerning his job but he will be under stress about getting results and especially the operation,” Keane told Sky Sports before Wednesday’s big derby game against Manchester City.
“I am always intrigued when folks talk after games stating’we will be up for another game’ — you are supposed to be up for each match.
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“These are the very same players who threw Mourinho below the bus and they’ll do precisely the exact same to Ole. Leopards do not change their spots.
“The stage that we are referring to Man Utd seeking to complete fourth shows you that the fall in standards at United over the last couple of years equally on and away from the pitch. It is not up to this supervisor to inspire the players, you have got to motivate yourself. It is a huge test for Ole.
“You have got to be up for each and every match at Manchester United and also the simple fact that Ole’s gone discussed it now and following the match [against Everton] about his players not being up to get a match of football… he has to be hugely embarrassed.”