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Who is making decisions at Man United–Roy Keane after Brighton defeat



Man United legends confused after Brighton defeat

The defeat to Brighton came as a shock to the footballing world and even to Man United legends, Gary Neville and Roy Keane who have been left speechless on what comes next at the club.

For Gary Neville, he hilariously gave a commentary after the defeat about having an opinion for every other thing but Manchester United.

This comes in frustration to the defeat and the reports that the club was going after former West Ham striker, Marko Amautovic immediately after Brighton ran away as 2-1 winners in the opening game for both clubs.

The Man United legends could not find in them the enthusiasm for such transfer considering it was yet again another short term fix just like the previous decisions to bring in Odion Ighalo, Cristiano Ronaldo, Edison Cavani and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Man United legends confused after Brighton defeat

According to the reports, the Old Trafford club had their £7m bid for Marko Amautovic rejected by his current club, Bologna.

On the situation, Gary Neville said in a sarcastic remark:

“The first thing you do when the phone rings from Manchester United is reject the bid.

“The reality of it is you know full well, they’ve lost that game today, they’re actually negotiating from an even worse position than they were yesterday and that’s a bigger problem for them.” the Man  United legend said.

“We’ve seen it with Falcao, Ibrahimovic, Cavani, Ighalo – these desperate, sort of experienced signings.

“We’ve seen it now for eight or 10 years, it’s a pattern, it’s happening time and time again. We don’t even get angry, we don’t even get animated about it anymore. It’s got to the point where I don’t even want to comment about it.”

For Gary Neville’s fellow pundit and former teammate, Roy Keane, he cut the frustrated figure as he stood helpless with words:

“Who’s making these decisions? Who’s deciding which players are going to come in?

Man United legends confused after Brighton defeat

“They’re talking about Darren Fletcher as technical director, they’ve got a new coach, John Murtough is obviously involved, there’s a new chief executive, there’s talk about them going back to Alex Ferguson and David Gill. My goodness, what is going on?” Roy Keane asked rhetorically.

“It’s alright having the money, you’ve got to get the right players in with the right character.” He added.

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