Roy Keane, a former player for Manchester United, gave his opinion on what the club should do with its manager Erik Ten Hag after the team's first game under Ten Hag's management resulted in a loss to Brighton. Keane suggested that the club fire Ten Hag.
The evening did not go well for United as they were defeated by Brighton at Old Trafford by a score of 2-1. Brighton is now in last place in the league. Concerns have been voiced over the likelihood of the Old Trafford squad contending for titles during the current campaign as a result of the team's poor performance.
Keane believes that United should provide manager Erik Ten Hag with the opportunity and resources to buy players during this summer's transfer window in order to get the team back to where it belongs. According to the former United midfielder who played in the Premier League, the current United roster has to be strengthened if the club is serious about competing for championships.
Keane is of the opinion that Manchester United is being held back by issues that originate at the highest levels of the organization and must be resolved for the club to go back on the right path. As of right now, United has not been successful in winning their opening match, and manager Ten Jag will try to turn things around in the upcoming match against Southampton the following weekend. As for us, we will have to wait and see what happens as far as the performance of the Manchester club is concerned.
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