Louis Saha has declared Roy Keane was right in his criticism of Harry Maguire as he stated other former Manchester United players should be calling out the squad.
Speaking on 101 Great Goals, as quoted by TheSun, Saha said: “I think there has been some fair criticism, what’s surprised me is what appears to be a lack of internal criticism within the squad.
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“It seems like nobody within the United camp is calling anyone out for poor performances. I would have liked Ole to create that.
“Players who act like leaders with a lot of years under their belts aren’t calling others out and it can have a positive outcome.
“I think that’s why Roy Keane is very harsh as he knows everyone makes mistakes, players missing chances, having poor performances and you feel pain.
“But it’s more about the attitude and not simply accepting the result. At the minute it seems players let things slide saying oh its OK – no, it’s not OK!
“I feel really uncomfortable about that and maybe that’s why some of the fans are frustrated.
“It’s also why Roy Keane, who was the heart and soul of the spirit at United when I was there, is fuming with Maguire. I really do believe it’s not against him personally, but the overall team and it’s why I think overall it’s fair.
“Maybe it seems harsh because it’s against an individual, but Maguire is the captain and representative of the club. Keane’s criticism is I believe directed predominantly on the whole group.”
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