Roy Keane puzzled by Erik ten Hag as Man Utd legend suggests manager may have been drinking

The match between Manchester United and Liverpool ended in a 2-2 draw with Mo Salah’s penalty ensuring a point for each team. Despite the performance, Erik ten Hag, the coach of Manchester United, expressed pride in his team’s improvement and potential. Former captain Keane, however, criticized United for having a “small club” mentality and expressed doubt about their ability to challenge for the Premier League title.

He pointed out the team’s lackluster performance and their current position in the league, questioning Ten Hag’s positivity. Keane highlighted the soft goals conceded by United and their disappointing performance, leaving their Champions League qualification hopes hanging by a thread. United currently lies sixth in the Premier League table and faces an uphill battle to secure a spot in the Champions League.

Despite the challenging league situation, United has an upcoming FA Cup semi-final against Coventry City at Wembley, which could provide an opportunity for redemption. The team’s performance has led to criticism and skepticism about their prospects, with Keane questioning whether they can rise to the occasion. This uncertainty positions the FA Cup as a potential lifeline for United under the leadership of Ten Hag.

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