‘Hope Ronaldo isn’t watching as he pulls out of deal’: Roy Keane condemns Man United’s ‘broken’ first half against Wolves after urging Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to let his players go at halftime’ roll’
- Roy Keane impressed in Manchester United’s first-half performance against Wolves
- The Sky Sports pundit said Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men looked ‘feeble-minded’
- He also said they had better hope the new signing Cristiano Ronaldo wasn’t looking
- The former United man urged Solskjaer to ‘rollick’ his team at halftime
Roy Keane denounced Manchester United’s ‘weak’ first-half performance against Wolves and said he hoped Cristiano Ronaldo wasn’t watching.
United struggled to gain a foothold at Molineux in the first 45 minutes, failing a shot on target as Wolves created the better chances.
Keane was unimpressed by what he saw from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side and said they better hope new signing Ronaldo didn’t look or he would think twice about returning to Old Trafford.
Roy Keane criticized Manchester United’s ‘weak’ first-half performance against Wolves
United struggled to get a foothold in the first 45 minutes and failed to get a shot on target
“They just rely on their talent as if they think that’s enough to get them through a game,” Keane said. air sports.
“They look like they’ve played a European game, they’ve been somewhere in Russia, they came back late, early Thursday morning and they can’t get going.
“They are still creating chances with the Greenwood chance and we think the keeper will see that, so United are still dangerous.
Keane said he hoped new signing Cristiano Ronaldo didn’t watch their first half
“But their overall play, their body language, they look dull. The players don’t do their job, they give the ball away cheaply, there’s no energy in their game, nobody walks off the ball, it’s all kind of five-a-side football.
“My only concern is that I hope Ronaldo doesn’t look because he pulls out of the deal. Really not good enough.’
Keane also urged Solskjaer to give his players a ‘rolllick’ for their first-half efforts.
He [Solskjaer] If he’s talking to Carrick, he’s talking to Micky Phelan, I’d tell them to shut up. You know what you can see.
“There’s nothing wrong with going into the locker room and giving the boys an old-fashioned joke. Show some enthusiasm for the game. Running on people, tackling people. They look dull.’
The Sky Sports pundit also urged Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to give his players a splurge