Roy Keane blames Sir Alex for Manchester United’s depth; Fair or hot air?

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The soccer feels ready to pounce on David Moyes at any point, a perfect storm of Manchester United critics feeling their time has arrived and Sir Alex Ferguson supporters finding new ways to laud the former Red Devils mastermind (“Look what he did with nothing!”).

Nevermind that the club Moyes took over is lacking in depth, and that the manager’s been largely without two of the better players in the world in Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie.

Rarely shy in any way, leave it to Roy Keane to point out that Fergie may have played a role in this “mess” of Manchester, with the Red Devils in seventh place ahead of today’s tilt with Arsenal.

Keane told itv.com:

“I think Man United need five or six players. If it happens in the summer then instead of being fearful of it, embrace it – it’s exciting.

“They’ve kind of cut…

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