Roy Keane criticises Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United tenure

Roy Keane has reignited a feud with former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson after questioning whether his actions were in the best interests of their team.
The former Republic of Ireland midfielder appeared at 13 Premier League seasons beneath Ferguson however, the pair have not seen eye-to-eye following Keane’s year-old Trafford departure in 2005.
Keane said:”I wouldn’t forgive Ferguson. The press spin everyone seemingly upset, it was nonsense.
“People speak about Ferguson’s man-management. Nonsense. Folks said he always had the best interests of Manchester United at heart.”
The 48-year-old also believes Ferguson handed his household too large a part in the center, branding his son Darren as”blessed” to find a Premier League winners’ trophy in 1992/93 before Keane arrived at the club.
Keane added:”Darren Ferguson [his son] acquired a medal. He was quite lucky.
“His brother was the main scout for Manchester United for quite a lengthy moment. I am surprised his wife was not involved from the staff somewhere.
“Darren was [the supervisor ] at Preston North End and lost his job. He had a couple of young players on loan from Manchester United. What happens?
“They’re pulled from Preston. Is that doing the best for Manchester United? Do me a favour.”
Keane also became a leader for the team following Eric Cantona’s retirement in 1997 and totalled almost 500 appearances for United, however revealed that he was frustrated with the treatment of a leaving long-servers throughout his time.
He added:”People discuss Ferguson’s man-management, don’t be kidded on by it all.
“I was at the club after Bryan Robson abandoned, when Steve Bruce abandoned, two excellent servants for Manchester United. And I did not enjoy the way that they were treated”