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newsfootball3 months ago

Frank Lampard has done better job than Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, claims Roy Keane

Roy Keane believes that Frank Lampard has done a better job as a manager as compared to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the 2019/20 season. Both Manchester United and Chelsea qualified for the Champions League for next season as they finished in third and fourth place respectively in the final points table.
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newsfootball3 months ago

Manchester United need to drop David De Gea if they want to win league titles, asserts Roy Keane

Roy Keane has admitted that the Red Devils need to drop David De Gea and find themselves a new goalkeeper if they ever want to start winning league titles again. The Spaniard was once the best in his position but his struggles over the last few years have caused serious problems for the Red Devils.
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newsfootball6 months ago

Manchester United are doing well but they’ve got long road ahead of them, admits Roy Keane

Manchester United legend Roy Keane has claimed that he is impressed by what his old side have done this season but believes they have a lot of catching up to do. The Red Devils have put up a decent show this season but injuries and a catalogue of various other issues haven’t helped their cause.
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newsfootball6 months ago

Players need to stand firm and shouldn’t feel pressured to take wage cut, asserts Roy Keane

Manchester United legend Roy Keane has urged players to not succumb to the pressure and take a wage cut in what are obviously dire circumstances for clubs. While the La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A and Ligue 1 clubs have come to an agreement, the Premier League has yet to do the same over wage cuts.
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newsfootball8 months ago

Everton were miserable but take nothing away from Chelsea, asserts Roy Keane

Roy Keane has waxed praise about Chelsea's performance against Everton but claimed that the Toffees made it too easy for the Blues. The hosts walked away with a 4-0 win against former Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti and his Everton side with the Toffees struggling to lay a paw on the Blues.
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featurefootball4 years ago

Arsenal vs Manchester United: The historic rivalry over the years

The clashes between Manchester United and Arsenal over the past three decades have given us some of the cherishable moments in football. From their first ever match 122 years ago to Viera-Keane tunnel bust-up in 2005, we bring you a historical account of the biggest rivalries in English football.
Samarendranath Soory