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Roy Keane told Erik ten Hag to resign after winning the Carabao Cup

Roy Keane told Erik ten Hag to resign after winning the Carabao Cup

Keane joked that the Manchester United manager should quit the club, after celebrating their first trophy win in nearly six years.

Roy Keane told Erik ten Hag he should resign as Manchester United manager, after watching the Dutchman celebrate the Carabao Cup final win over Newcastle United.

It was an afternoon to remember for Manchester United, as they finally ended their six year wait for a piece of silverware, thanks to first half goals from Casemiro, and an own goal from Sven Botman.

United fans were unsurprisingly in buoyant mood after the game, with the Newcastle fans, who'd help create an incredible atmosphere throughout, finally giving way to the victors.

On the Wembley pitch, Casemiro still made sure he interrupted the partying to have a go at Bruno Fernandes, for not passing the ball late in the game.

Ten Hag got the biggest cheer from the fans when he went up to lift the trophy, with fans acknowledging the difference he's made this season.

They were also impressed with his dancing, alongside former Ajax stars Lisandro Martinez and Antony, recreating what the trio did after winning the Eredivisie last year.

In typical fashion, one man wasn't happy with the dancing however, with Keane telling Ten Hag that he needed to quit the club after his dancing.

"You should resign after that," Keane said to the United manager on Sky Sports.

"Never, never, never," the 53-year-old said, before adding, "I did it [the dance] before, and I hope we can do it again."

"That's just Roy Keane, don't worry," David Ginola added, defending the dance.

Speaking to the pundits, and presenter Mark Chapman, the former Bayern Munich II coach said, "You look at the players’ reaction and the supporters. They were desperate for success.

"All the build up was about Newcastle and their wait but five, six years for Manchester United seems a long time.

"They deserved their victory. They were efficient and scored two good goals.

"Hopefully it is the start of the good days coming back to United."

Having tasted success once again, the club will want to add yet more silverware, and they remain in contention for the FA Cup, Europa League and the Premier League.

Featured Image Credit: Sky Sports

Topics: Manchester United, Erik Ten Hag, Roy Keane, Carabao Cup, Football