United in disarray – Keane
Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane says the club is in disarray.
The Red Devils were beaten 4-0 by Liverpool at Anfield last night, denting their top four hopes.
The Mayfield man says it’s hard to see United in such poor shape.
“You just felt Liverpool could score any time they went forward.
“There’s just disarray at the club from the top, the board. Fans have no time for the owners, they need a new manager, they need players in, they need players out.
“It’s so sad to see United, it’s not the club I played for, it doesn’t reflect what Man United stood for when I played for them, it’s chalk and cheese.
“I don’t see a United team out there fighting, playing with pride.”
Liverpool went two points clear of Man City with that win, City though can regain top spot tonight if they can beat Brighton at the Etihad.
Reds boss Jurgen Klopp was delighted with how his side performed last night.
“Our counter press today was second to none, I can’t remember a better game – it was unbelievable how we won the ball back.
“If you lose the ball, and the speed we have and the desire that the boys showed tonight, it was a really good game, wonderful goals and everyone is happy.”