Roy Keane denied that MU was tortured because of a busy schedule

Man Utd legend Roy Keane does not think that the army under coach  Erik ten Hag is struggling because of a tight schedule.

Roy Keane denied that MU was tortured because of a busy schedule

Not only in the English Premier League, Man Utd also participates in other competitions such as the FA Cup and Europa League. This makes the Old Trafford team face a relatively busy schedule.

They are said to be difficult to overcome Man City and Arsenal in the race to win the Premier League. And former Reds captain Roy Keane has given his opinion on whether United may be struggling with post-flight fatigue.

Accordingly, MU had a 1-0 victory over Betis (5-1 total), thereby taking them to the next round of the tournament and Keane said that the Red Devils’ poor performance in the first half before Fulham shouldn’t be blamed for the commute after Thursday’s Europa League game.

When asked if he thinks the team is tired after the Betis match, he shared his opinion:

“That is not easy to hear. It’s difficult if you have an away game in Europe and come back from an away game. Ten Hag made a change or two and that can’t be an excuse for a bad performance.”

Roy Keane denies that MU is tired after a series of dense matche

Despite a poor start, MU had a 3-1 victory over Fulham. This was the Red Devils’ sixth game in 19 days, with Ten Hag’s team averaging three games a day in March.