Roy Keane took aim at Michael Carrick on Sky Sports this evening.
“I disagree with everything he [Michael Carrick] said in that interview,” Keane said on television after the game.
Caretaker manager Carrick took charge of his second game as Manchester United drew 1-1 with Chelsea.
I have no doubt in my mind that he will be happy to have avoided defeat against an in-form Chelsea side, but Carrick said he was disappointed not to take all three points from Stamford Bridge after taking the lead at the beginning of the second half.
Although it looked like United had a clear plan — for the second time this week — Keane took the opportunity to question the so-called plan under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, which Carrick defended in his post-match interview.
Keane started his rant by saying he disagreed with everything Carrick told Sky Sports.
“He said we had a plan and we’re proud of the players, what plans have they had the last few months?”
🗣 "He said we had a plan and we're proud of the players, what plans have they had the last few months?"
Roy Keane questions all of the talk about Manchester United having a plan for this match pic.twitter.com/R21V5kOFYr
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) November 28, 2021
Footage courtesy of Sky Sports
Carrick spoke about pressing and how he believes we’ve been doing it well all along.
Keane took no prisoners with his assessment and had a separate row with fellow pundit Jamie Carragher over why Cristiano Ronaldo came back to United last summer.
It’s all kicking off ahead of the interim manager appointment.