Roy Keane, the Manchester United legend, seemed very unacceptable to the home defeat suffered by his former club in the match against Arsenal last weekend.
As is known, Manchester United did host Arsenal in the Premier League continuation of the 2020/21 season last weekend. In a match that was held at Old Trafford, the Red Devils were narrowly beaten 0-1.
The only goal that was created in the match was none other than Aubameyang’s penalty in the middle of the second half.
Of course this defeat is a bad result for Manchester United. Apart from playing at home, their losing record has also increased.
In total this season, Manchester United have only collected 7 points from the 6 Premier League matches that have taken place, so they are now in 15th place in the standings.
Roy Keane was one of the parties who seemed very unacceptable to this defeat. Criticism continued to be made on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s troops, including the new striker Edinson Cavani.
The player that MU just bought in the summer of yesterday was only deployed in the 75th minute.
A few minutes before being demoted, Cavani was seen warming up the side of the field. However, Keane thought it was not a warm-up, because the Uruguayan players looked like they were reluctant.
“I’m not interested in seeing him warm up. Cavani doesn’t seem to have any intention of throwing his leg. He’s not really warming up, is he?”
“Cavani then came on as a substitute and asked to bring the club back into the game. Ole [Gunnar Solskjaer] said he had to increase the pace, but sometimes it’s up to the players,” Roy Keane was quoted as saying by Sky Sports.
Seeing the overall performance of the Manchester United players in yesterday’s match, Keane thinks Solskjaer is in a difficult position.
“Solskjaer will have to pay a heavy price for this situation, obviously. Solskjaer will lose his job, get out of this group of players, that’s what will happen.”
“I’ve said it in the last month or two, but you still think, ‘You never know in this game. Things will probably change ‘, “he said.