Keane: “I would have lynched De Gea at rest”

first_imgPremier League* Data updated as of March 2, 2020 The play did not like a former player and commentator like Roy Keane, which ensures that if he had been on the grass he would have finished him: “As a coach or as a player I would have killed him. You would have killed him!” The Englishman does not understand the reason why it took so long to get a ball that did not involve any danger: “He is a goalkeeper too smart. It just takes too long. What are you waiting for?”Keane also explains that at a key moment of the season and with a campaign as mediocre as the one the club is doing, those failures cannot be allowed, since that goal cost him two points: “If you’re going to make a decision, at least make it quick. These are very important moments for United when it comes to entering the Top-4 and if you have an experienced goalkeeper … what are you waiting for?”Cross out the “arrogant” goalkeeper for waiting for the strikers to approach him as if he were trying to get attention: “I think at least he’s a bit arrogant: ‘look at me …’”Finally, the former player explained that after finishing the first part he would have come for him: “I would have lynched him at rest.” David de Gea yesterday made a big mistake in the match that faced Everton and Manchester United (1-1). The Spanish goalkeeper received a ball to play with his feet, but he was entertained for too long and when he wanted to kick long he crossed his path Calvert-lewin. The ball hit the heel of the English striker, who jumped on his back with his leg extended, and went straight to the goal of the red devils. onelast_img read more