Former Red Devils captain Roy Keane declares that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be discharged as Manchester United manager very soon unless the players achieve considerable success.
Penalty of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was sufficient for gaining all three points for Arsenal on Sunday , imposing huge strain on
a third failure from six Premier League games so far this season.
Keane groaned after United’s play, though he drew his fury at the players instead of Solskjaer.
"I am really, really worried about Manchester United now," Keane told Sky Sports.
"Where do you want me to start? A lack of energy, of enthusiasm, and a real lack of quality. That really concerned me. No quality, no composure.
"Some of the performances were really poor. Have they turned a corner? It's the longest corner ever. I am just not convinced by these players.
"I don't see any leaders out there. There's a real lack of quality. There's a long way back for this club.
"I looked at [Marcus] Rashford closely today. His body language was shocking. Shrugging his shoulders when things didn't go his way? You roll your sleeves up when you play for
Though he says the players need to shoulder the blame, Keane believes Solskjaer will ultimately pay the price if performances and results don’t change in the coming weeks.
"We were almost building up this season as make-or-break for Ole, but at this moment in time it's not looking good for him,” he added.
“I scratch my head at players who don't have enthusiasm for a game of football.
“Sometimes you say 'there's no reason to panic'. But the results and performances suggest you should be panicking.
"I judge the players by their actions and I just don’t see it. I never looked at a manager expecting to motivate me, that comes from within.
"Ole will lose his job working with these players as night follows day - that's what is going to happen.”