Manchester United’s 1-1 draw against Atletico Madrid has prompted former captain Roy Keane to want Diego Simeone to manage the club next season as the Argentine has singled out one of his defenders for his goal. Anthony Elanga
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Manchester United can consider themselves lucky to still be in their UEFA competition Champions League draw with Atletico Madrid and their coach Diego Simeone has been marked by former captain Roy Keane as the next Reds manager.
Keane was impressed by the Argentine’s tactics on Wednesday night and can imagine he did a fantastic job at Old Trafford, telling his former owners to go and get his men. surname.
It was Anthony Elanga’s belated equalizer that gave United a 1-1 draw and Simeone has since blamed one of his defenders for letting the talented youngster score with 10 minutes remaining. .
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Keane wants Simeone
After witnessing how Man United were destroyed by Atletico and equalized 1-1 in the first leg of the Champions League, former captain Roy Keane told the club to let Diego Simeone be their next manager.
Atletico took the lead in the first 10 minutes and created numerous problems for United throughout the 90 minutes, leading Keane to demand United do what was necessary to bring Simeone to Old Trafford into the season. next.
“Simone, catch him, he’s a big character,” Keane said.
Simeone questions Reinildo
Anthony Elanga’s first season took another big step on Wednesday when he came on from the bench to score United’s equalizer inside the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium.
Playmaker Bruno Fernandes provided support for Elanga, who continued to calmly finish keeper Jan Oblak and prepared to equalize to advance into the second leg.
But it was Atletico defender Reinildo’s failed interception that drew criticism from Simeone.
When asked to analyze the goal after the final whistle, the fiery coach made sure to point out the defender’s role in the equalizer.
United to reduce sponsors
Like Russia’s aggressive actions towards Ukraine increased, United looks likely to be ending their ongoing sponsorship with Aerofloat.
The deal, renewed in 2017, is said to cost £40m but the club want to separate themselves from the organisation.
The team went over Titan for Wednesday’s Champions League clash instead of their usual Aerofloat plane.
And with the deal set to expire in 2013, it is believed Chief Executive Officer Richard Arnold will be against renewing again.
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