Roy Keane disagreed with ‘everything’ interim manager Michael Carrick said after Manchester United’s draw with Chelsea in the Premier League.
Following United’s 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge, Carrick said: ‘I’m disappointed actually. When you are in front in a game like this to have it taken away is disappointing.
‘I’m proud of the players and the group all week. An a difficult situation we tried to make the best of it. But there is that little bitter feeling. We came to win the game. A little disappointed, I can’t lie.
‘I don’t think it was a penalty at all. They have had a lot of shots David had two saves which we knew before the game he would have to make one or two. Other than that I have felt quite comfortable in the game.
‘Of course we want to be better. I am not getting carried away but I thought we defended well. I cannot fault the boys one bit.
‘To come away disappointed and to feel like you have left something out there is a positive.’
Responding to Carrick’s comments, Keane told Sky Sports: ‘I disagree with everything he said in that interview. Everything he said.
‘He’s talking about a plan, he’s talking about the penalty. Of course it’s a penalty. We’ve all looked at it and it’s a penalty.
‘He’s talking about effort and he’s proud of them. He’s been working with them for months under Ole. All of a sudden he’s proud of them?
‘Why aren’t they making an effort in the other games? He’s praising players for doing their jobs. It’s ridiculous.’
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