Manchester United’s 6-1 defeat to Tottenham last weekend sent shockwaves across the footballing world.
Social media went into meltdown and Patrice Evra threatened to quit his job as a Sky Sports pundit live on air, such was his disappointment at his former club’s poor performance.
Liverpool’s astonishing 7-2 defeat at Aston Villa later that day couldn’t even cheer United up, who have unsurprisingly faced a barrage of criticism for that display at Old Trafford.
One small consolation the Red Devils can take from the events on Sunday was that Roy Keane wasn’t working as a pundit.
The United legend, never one to mince his words, would have been apoplectic at what he was seeing from the players.
But four days on from that humiliation, Keane was finally asked what he made of it all, and he didn’t hold back.
Keane was working as a pundit for ITV ahead of England’s victory over Wales, so his analysis of the United game was short but definitely wasn’t lacking in brutal honesty.
He admitted to fearing for his old teammate Solskjaer’s future, claiming the ‘bluffers’ of Man United will end up costing the Norwegian his job.
A fuming Keane said: “Their performance against Spurs was disgraceful.
“We’ve all been in football and had bad days but I thought some of the players were a disgrace to the badge.
“There are too many bluffers and they will ultimately cost Ole his job. They threw the previous manager [Jose Mourinho] under the bus, they’ll do exactly the same to Ole.”