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Keane didn't hold back when dissecting his old side's devastating Premier League loss on Sunday.
He wasn't happy with the manner of the defeat, bemoaning the lack of intent when running back to defend and said 'five or six' players shouldn't be playing for the club.
Keane said: "Man United gave up and in a derby, in any game, it’s unforgivable - I can forgive mistakes, but not running back, not trying to tackle - there are players out there who shouldn't play for Manchester United again.
"There is no hiding place in top-level sport. We've all lost football matches but it's the way they've lost it. You expect them surely to play with a bit of pride but that's a reflection of where the team is at the moment."
Ultimately, Keane said the Man United players on the pitch 'gave up' in a damning assessment.
Sky Sports presenter Dave Jones then went to Richards, who exploded with a trademark laugh after Keane's evaluation.
The ex-Man United captain's face said it all. As for the former Man City defender, he agreed with his fellow pundit's analysis and even suggested Keane should take over from Ralf Rangnick.
🗣 "They gave up, shame on them."— Football Daily (@footballdaily) March 6, 2022
Roy Keane is not happy with the manner in which Manchester United lost the Manchester derby pic.twitter.com/m233JUUeob
Micah Richards trying his best to hold in his laughter when Roy Keane vents about Manchester United 🤣 pic.twitter.com/8kyKJvueSF— Football Daily (@footballdaily) March 6, 2022
🗣 "United were never going to get back into it, they threw the towel in."— Football Daily (@footballdaily) March 6, 2022
Roy Keane says Manchester United didn't show any character when they conceded the third goal pic.twitter.com/DqHcJsFqut
🗣 "He's just stood there, people tell me he can play."— Football Daily (@footballdaily) March 6, 2022
Safe to say Roy Keane is not a big fan of Fred 👀 pic.twitter.com/MraGOd1dPN
🗣 "These guys it's all about how am I looking, am I looking the part? Are my boots nice? Hows my hair looking? Just play the game." 🤬— Football Daily (@footballdaily) March 6, 2022
Roy Keane goes full box-office with an explosive rant about Manchester United pic.twitter.com/lRUBs1nyTB
Man United drop out of the top four following Arsenal's win earlier in the day. They beat Watford 3-2 to move into fourth place for the first time in two months.
Rangnick's side face another big test when they resume their league campaign, as they host Tottenham next Saturday.