Keane names three players not good enough for Man Utd after defeat to City

Manchester United legend, Roy Keane, has claimed that three players ‘aren’t good enough for the club following their Premier League 2-0 derby defeat to Manchester City on Saturday.

The three players are Fred, Scott McTominay and Eric Bailly.

According to Keane, Man United’s defeat to City is worse than their 5-0 defeat to Liverpool last month.

Man United lost to Man City at Old Trafford following two goals from Eric Bailly (own goal) and Bernardo Silva.

“It felt worse [than the defeat to Liverpool],” Keane told Sky Sports.

“The goal just before half-time meant it was game all over.

“Man City are a different type of team to Liverpool. They were quite happy just to keep the ball and they just toyed with Man Utd.

“It was so poor. The difference in class, quality and decision making, basically everything.

“I know the old saying is men vs boys, but United are so off it, it’s unbelievable.”

Keane added: “It’s just so poor. I look for characters. [Scott] McTominay and Fred… I know McTominay is learning his trade, but these players aren’t good enough for Manchester United.

“Defensively, I wasn’t shocked when [Eric] Bailly sliced one into his own net, he’s got that in him, he’s erratic.

“Fred’s playing for Manchester United… Fred! Anyone who thinks he’s good enough for United is in cuckoo land.”