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Roy Keane Unloaded On Manchester United For 5-0 Defeat To Liverpool, He Pulled No Punches

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Roy Keane Unloaded On Manchester United For 5-0 Defeat To Liverpool, He Pulled No Punches

Roy Keane's no-nonsense approach to punditry was sorely missed on Sky Sports last Sunday following Manchester United's 5-0 hammering at the hands of Liverpool.

But the Irishman is on the panel for United's trip to Spurs and he more than made it up for it prior to the game this evening.

Keane, as per usual, did not mince his words and laid into the United players for an abject performance at Old Trafford.

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The former United skipper had everyone watching with a bucket of popcorn and was heavily critical of current captain Harry Maguire - even doing an impression of the England man's apology earlier this week.

He also targeted defenders Luke Shaw and Aaron Wan-Bissaka in his rant.

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"I'm fed up of the apologising, Maguire coming out and saying they need to come together as a group," Keane said on Maguire.

"No, you need to sort your game out if you're going to be the leader of that group! Get the basics job and do your own job!

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"And people keep saying he mightn't be fit. He gave away a goal against Leicester a few weeks ago, it's nothing to do with fitness.

"It's just a lack of professionalism, not doing his job properly. I'm intrigued to see United today, they have talented players at the top end of the pitch - as good as any team - but midfield and defensively you do worry."

One can only imagine what Keane will have to say post-match if United slump to another dismal defeat. It could well be box office once again.

Featured Image Credit: Image: Sky Sports

Topics: Manchester United, Roy Keane, Harry Maguire

Josh Lawless
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