Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane criticised the squad following the 1-Zero defeat by Arsenal within the Premier League and recognized a key trait that’s lacking from the times of Sir Alex Ferguson’s reign.
United fell to a 3rd defeat at dwelling within the league this season after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang tucked dwelling from the penalty spot after Paul Pogba’s foul on Hector Bellerin.
The consequence leaves United languishing within the backside half of the Premier League with simply seven factors from their opening six matches. Their kind within the league has been in stark distinction to their performances within the Champions League, the place spectacular victories in opposition to Paris Saint-Germain and RB Leipzig have been recorded.
Keane believes that the performances within the league present that United are missing braveness and bravado within the squad, which was one thing Ferguson all the time used to demand from his aspect.
“Alex Ferguson all the time made the purpose about enjoying for Man United, you want braveness to be a Man United participant,” he advised Sky Sports activities. “Wanting the ball while you don’t actually need it, you want bravery on that aspect, however bravery doesn’t essentially imply going to nail someone.
“Bravery is wanting possession, with followers in your again, or no matter it is perhaps, the braveness to go the ball ahead. We noticed United gamers tonight taking the straightforward choice.
“It’s very straightforward sitting up right here with a cup of tea and a biscuit, judging all people, however while you’re on the market, they should do higher.”