Roy Keane slams everyone at Manchester United
Roy Keane doesn't forgive anyone and slams everyone from the CEO to the players.
Roy Keane is known for his aggression and an abrasive style of approach, in his latest interview he slams Manchester United’s English Centre Backs Chris Smalling and Phil Jones. This is what he had to say,
“We were told two or three years ago Jones was going to be the new Duncan Edwards, Smalling was this…,”
“I’ve watched United live nine, 10 times this year and they have been none of those things. If anything, I think they have gone backwards.
“Jones needs to toughen up. Every time I see him, he is getting carried off. He’s got to toughen up – he’s playing for Man United.”
In addition Roy Keane also slams midfielder Michael Carrick for not playing the way he used to play last season for The Red Devils
“I bet you he wasn’t shocked he was left out,” he added.
“You can’t fall back on what players did two years ago because if you are not performing or if there is competition in the same position then that is the nature of the beast. You are going to be left out.”
Moving on further and how many players Manchester United need to sign this summer and also slamming Manchester United’s CEO Ed Woodward, Roy Keane had to say this,
“You’re on about players who have not performed – Valencia, Young, Nani, Carrick. You shouldn’t be afraid of rebuilding.”
“I think Ed Woodward needs to look at himself. He’s got to get deals done,”
Finally speaking on Rio Ferdinand’s retirement Roy Keane says,
“He didn’t have a chance to say goodbye? You can say goodbye on Twitter, can’t you?”