‘No heart, no soul, no leaders’ – Roy Keane beats Manchester United after huge defeat at Liverpool


Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane said it was “sad” to see his old club in such “disorder” after the 4-0 defeat at Liverpool.

Ohamed Salah’s two goals and goals from Luis Diaz and Sadio Mane put an underdog United side in the sword.

As expected, Keane did not hold back and singled out the performances of Marcus Rashford, Jesse Lingard and Harry Maguire for particular criticism.

Speaking on Sky Sports, Keane said: “It’s not anger, now I think it’s just sadness. You look at the United team, there is no heart, no soul, no leaders.

“They’re so far from it. If you look at the United fans tonight the result is no surprise. They kept going to the end but you just felt Liverpool could score every time they went forward went.

“There’s just clutter at the club from the top, the board, the fans don’t have time for the owners. They need a new manager. They need players, they need players.”

“It’s so sad to see and it’s not the club I played for. It’s chalk and cheese. I don’t see a Manchester United team out there fighting and playing with pride.”

Keane had both kegs out when Bruno Fernandes finished his post-match interview with Sky Sports in which he apologized to United fans.

Keane added, “We hear the same thing all the time – ‘We have to be a team, we have to do better.’ But we don’t see it. There is no team at Man United.

“They are individuals and when they feel like it, they show up. But when push comes to shove, they’re out. You don’t have the team spirit.

“This Man United team is lacking in talent anyway. They’re not as talented as they think they are. Look at midfield tonight. Rashford’s performance up front…

“Jesse Lingard comes to try to save Man United? Jesse Lingard should have left two years ago. He’s not good enough for Man United. Rashford played up front like a kid.

“Defensively? We tried to help Maguire before the game, give him a bit of PR. But the last goal? Maguire passes and defends, not acceptable and not good enough for Man United.”

Former Red Devils defender Gary Neville claimed some members of the current squad are “broken”.

“It was a sobering night. We expected it. Not a single Manchester United fan came here tonight with the slightest hope,” Neville told Sky Sports.

“Maybe half an hour before kick-off you’re thinking, ‘Could something happen?’ But nothing, the team has nothing.

“There are some decent players on this pitch. There is some talent. I can’t explain how it’s gone from something promising at the end of last season, second place, to where we are today, which is an all-time low is my 42 years of watching United.

“There are some guys out there who are probably really good guys. Good professionals, good careers, good talent. But they are broken. They’re done, they’re done this season.” ‘No heart, no soul, no leaders’ – Roy Keane beats Manchester United after huge defeat at Liverpool

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