Roy Keane slams Man United’s ‘jobs for boys’ attitude after ‘ridiculous’ interview with Michael Carrick

Carrick, who has taken charge of United’s last two games following Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s sacking, praised his players as he finished 1-1 at Stamford Bridge.

Keane was furious at Carrick’s comments and the fact that so many of the Solskjaer back office workers were still at the club.

The Sky expert suggested that United’s problems were largely due to recruiting people who simply have ties to the club.

“There are some staff who need to be held accountable,” Keane said.

“They weren’t just with Ole, they were with Mourinho before that. Will they stay with the new manager?

“I have felt at Man United over the last few years that some of the backroom staff and people upstairs, there is an element of ‘work for the boys’.

“Wink, wink, take care of each other, know the right people. That’s why they are eighth in the league.

“We hope it’s not because you know someone or have a certain agent. We hope the right people come in and find the right people for the job. Not because somebody’s a good guy.

“If you want loyalty, go get yourself a dog.” You have to find yourself people who are good at their jobs. There is undoubtedly a number of buddies at Man United. “

In his post-match interview, Carrick claimed Chelsea were lucky enough to get a penalty, and also hit back at the criticism United have faced in recent days for their pressure in matches.


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