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Roy Keane laid into Michael Carrick after completely disagreeing with "everything he said" in his post-match interview following the 1-1 draw with Chelsea.
Caretaker boss Carrick took charge of his second game in charge at Stamford Bridge, following on from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's dismissal.
He maintained unbeaten in two outings after Jorginho's penalty cancelled out Jadon Sancho's first Premier League goal.
Carrick was more than pleased with what he saw from his team, expressing pride at the way in which the team executed the plan put together.
He also claimed Chelsea should not have had a penalty despite Aaron Wan-Bissaka clumsily kicking through the back of Thiago Silva's foot, as well as being impressed by the team's pressing.
But when Keane was asked for his instant reaction, he disagreed with all of Carrick's comments in a typically box office rant.
🗣 "I disagree with everything he said in that interview."— Football Daily (@footballdaily) November 28, 2021
Roy Keane blasts Michael Carrick's post-match interview for his words about having a plan and being proud of the Man United team pic.twitter.com/9xXLLaRojQ
🗣 "It's jobs for the boys, wink wink look after each other. That's why they're 8th or 9th in the league."— Football Daily (@footballdaily) November 28, 2021
Roy Keane is not happy with the decisions that are being made behind the scenes at Man United with the staff appointments pic.twitter.com/UyYKuUTQmo
Jimmy Floyd-Hasselbaink also had the same line of thought although he didn't make his point in such an angry manner.
Keane and Jamie Carragher then embarked on a must-watch debate over Cristiano Ronaldo that went on and on until Super Sunday went off the air on Sky Sports.
Ronaldo had been a second half substitute for United and was straight down the tunnel at the final whistle.
Prior to the game, Keane had said he was "never gonna" be asked by his former side to come in as interim boss despite having the feeling he could have slotted in with ease.
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