Manchester United legend Roy Keane has been very unhappy with some of the things that have been happening at the Manchester United.
Keane recently ripped into some of our current stars, claiming they’re not good enough to represent the club. And chief among the those criticized is Harry Maguire, who has been underwhelming lately, according to Keane.
Speaking just ahead of the 3-0 win over Tottenham on Saturday, Keane told Sky Sports: “What Man United have always had over the years, never mind talented players, they had players with character and personalities. I don’t see it in this group.
“I heard Maguire talking during the week, he was like a robot.
“He was like [adopts English accent]: ‘Oh, er, apologies to the fans’. There’s no emotion behind it.
“And these guys are off the back of good European Championships for England, they’ve turned up before for big matches. Shaw’s fallen back into his old habits from a few years ago.
“And again, I’m fed up with this chat after the game and apologising.
“Harry Maguire talking about needing to come together as a group. No. You need to sort your game out. If you’re going to be the leader of that group you need to get the basics right, do your own job.
“People keep saying he might not be fit. Might not be fit?
“He gave away a goal against Leicester a few weeks ago, it was nothing to do with fitness. It was a lack of professionalism, not doing his job properly.”
Despite the criticisms against Maguire, the Englishman kept his place, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer switched tactics for the Tottenham game– bringing in Raphael Varane to join the centre back pairing of Maguire and Victor Lindelof.