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Roy Keane Slams the MANCS .Is he Correct?

Roy Keane Slams the MANCS .Is he Correct?

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Roy Keane on the MANCS. Now we know what it was like to have a man like Keane.”There has been no reaction from the United players from the disappointment of last week. They don’t look like a team, just a collection of individuals running around,” the former midfielder said on ITV during the half-time break at Old Trafford.
“You can defend players for making mistakes but you cannot defend players for not tackling and not getting close to people.”-Roy Keane

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  • swoosh0018 Via Facebook
    December 12, 2013 at 5:34 am Reply

    Aadil Lakhi
    Keane is a bitter fool but he’s absolutely spot on here. Ferdinand at the moment mirrors the Keane situation before he left. If he can’t cut it, he needs to leave. We can’t go by sentiment, there’s no place for passengers. I said in April it was time for Ferdinand to move on.

    It’s time to cut our losses and get these high earners off our books. Ferdinand, Young, Anderson and probably Nani. We won’t recoup much transfer fees. We can delay taking this action, but if we’re really going to progress, we have to bite the bullet. We need to spend 120 million pounds at least in the next 2 transfer windows.

  • swoosh0018 Via Facebook
    December 12, 2013 at 5:35 am Reply

    Naseem Mayet
    Keane was a man with all Heart. I agree Aadil. The MANCS are in trouble. Like that Uncle in Lenz always says. “You fullas need to take Stock of Yourselves”

  • swoosh0018 Via Facebook
    December 12, 2013 at 5:35 am Reply

    Maseehullah Rajah
    keane was the spietkop that every team needs, he was the player to swear his own team mates so they win….if his losing he will go mad because his a warrior by heart

  • swoosh0018 Via Facebook
    December 12, 2013 at 5:36 am Reply

    Mohammed Laher
    I dont think throwing money is the solution. At the moment there seems to be no concrete game plan and the players look very unsure of their roles within the team. They also look to be shackled from taking risks to try to influence a positive result when the opposition are showing resilience. They always looking for the safest option and that will affect the likes of Nani. Think we need patience for Moyes to discover himself in the role. Money and new players will not necessarily solve the issues we are having. Also luck has not gone our way at
    times

  • swoosh0018 Via Facebook
    December 12, 2013 at 5:36 am Reply

    Sadek Dhorat
    keane was a leader…sadly the mancs dont have a real leader in their ranks…having said that i believe that carrick has been sorely missed…

  • swoosh0018 Via Facebook
    December 12, 2013 at 5:36 am Reply

    Naseem Mayet
    Everytime I watch Juve I say How did the MANCS let Paul Pogba Go.

  • swoosh0018 Via Facebook
    December 12, 2013 at 5:38 am Reply

    Aadil Lakhi Mohammed Laher It’s not about just throwing money at the problem. I can put up with erratic wide players (Nani, Valencia, etc) and sub par cover players like full backs (Smalling, Buttner), but we are sorely lacking in 2 areas:Central Midfield and Central Defence. We need a stable first centre back partnership. If you have solid pair at the back, it gives everybody else confidence. In central midfield, we need a player with drive and energy. The question remains can we play Rooney and RVP in 4-4-2. I don’t think so. Teams are walking all over us. We need 3 in the middle. Rooney has to drop back and support but the question is will he be happy to do so?
    I fully support Moyes. But I’m not happy with the current path. We should be trying to reach the level of Barca, Madrid and Bayern. Instead look where we are. He deserves time but the past transfer window was a disaster. The new CEO (Woodward) really let him down.

  • swoosh0018 Via Facebook
    December 12, 2013 at 5:38 am Reply

    Mohammed Laher
    These are the same erratic sub standard palyers that won the title with ease. To reach the level of Barca Madrid and Bayern and even Arsenal we need to take a leaf out of their book and help groom these players Talent and ability is there what they need is proper direction. Problem is if Nani or Valencia or any full back or winger gets past his man we not flooding the box to create options for him and he has at most two players to pick out. The more options the player with the ball had the better he looks as a player. The players without the ball are just as essential at affecting a game with their movement. The center backs are not the problem the midfield sits too deep putting
    the entire backline under pressure. We just dont attack with any conviction anymore. Fix the tactics and these players will step up. You cant shackle an attacking player as it makes him ineffective. Ferguson learnt this and adapted and hopefully with time so will Moyes

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