Roy Keane: Solskjaer Relying On ‘Bluffers’ And ‘Might Be Better Off Out Of It’

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Manchester United’s “bluffers,” according to Roy Keane, have let down under-fire manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Solskjaer’s woes at United continued on Saturday with a 2-0 derby loss to Manchester City at Old Trafford, just two weeks after a humiliating 5-0 home defeat to Liverpool.

With United’s next match following the international break on November 20 at Watford, the Norwegian’s future is poised to be scrutinized once more.

“He came in at Man United at a difficult time,” former Red Devils’ captain Keane told Sky Sports.“But if you’ve got bluffers on the bus with you, and you’re depending on those guys, I’d say to Ole, ‘You might be better off out of it’.

“You’re going to the game as a manager and you’re looking over your shoulder on the bus and you see (Luke) Shaw, (Harry) Maguire, (Eric) Bailly, Fred. Anyone who says Fred is good enough for Man United is living in cuckoo land.

“If Ole walked in here now I’d grab him and ask, ‘Why are you playing Fred in the middle of the park?’

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