Arsenal First Win At Old Trafford In 14 Years

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will certainly not miss the dismissal after a lackluster performance highlighted by Manchester United, according to Roy Keane.

The Red Devils failed to record any home win in the English Premier League (EPL) campaign this season after a 0-1 defeat to Arsenal at home early this morning – the Gunners’ first win at Old Trafford since 2006 in Solskjaer’s 100th match. acting as a manager.

The defeat plunged United to 15th, and the former United captain, who worked as an observer at Sky Sports, gave a brutal assessment of the team’s appearance.

“They want to get up but there is no quality, no calm including the performance of some really bad players,” Keane said.

“Ole, again will scratch his head. We have been talking about this for the last few weeks after the clash with Spurs again, have they changed their situation? This has been a long time coming.

“Ole will pay a high price for it. Ole will lose his position if he continues to work with a group of players like this. That is what will happen.

“Obviously there is a lack of quality at Manchester United and the rise of this club will take a long time.

“You have to trust the players, your job depends on these people off the field. But is it possible?”

The former Republic of Ireland star, who made 480 appearances with The Red Devils from 1996 to 2005, continues to emphasize how United are less passionate in this crisis.

He added that the team does not have anyone on the field who can inspire the team.

He said: “You are playing for United and you are expected to ruin the opposing team, the players have to come down to help the defense and work hard. That is the character at Manchester United.

“I do not see any such player out there. I do not see any player who exhibits high fighting spirit, a reliable player. Alex Ferguson always advised that we need courage to be a Manchester United player – want the ball when we are not so want it.

“Brave does not necessarily hit someone. Brave means wanting the dominance of the ball, the fans give solid support and the courage to bring the ball forward. United players now seem to take the easy option. They should do better.”