Manchester United legends Roy Keane and Gary Neville are each on the identical web page relating to a significant cause why their former membership has suffered this season.
There have been frequent reviews of a poisonous ambiance contained in the Old Trafford dressing room amid an alarming slide in kind and outcomes. There has been a lot instability off the sphere because the membership, and Keane feels such elements have led the gamers to “throw the towel in” which, he mentioned, is a really worrying signal.
He informed Sky Sports: “For the all points they’ve, the chaos appears to be all around the membership. If you have not bought an honest dressing room, neglect about it, you’re in hassle wherever.
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“We’ve seen with Man United, when issues go in opposition to them, that’s it, they virtually throw the towel in. It’s a foul reflection of senior gamers on the membership.
“Young players getting carried away and thinking they’re players. A bad dressing room, forget about it, you’ve got no chance.”
Neville agreed that there was a “sour’ atmosphere around the club, and admitted he doesn’t quite know the root cause of where it stemmed from. He added: “You can point to Ole, maybe reaching his height and he couldn’t go any further – and got, not sick of the message, but stale and didn’t believe he could take over Jurgen Klopp or Pep Guardiola.
“Or, something has disrupted that dressing room, they’ve put the wrong ingredient into the dish and it’s made it go completely sour. That’s the bit that has to be dealt with because these players, they’re not as bad as that points tally that they’ve got on that board.
“They’re better than that. There is something deeper that is wrong in that dressing room that’s making them play the way they are and making them get results they’re getting.”