Roy Keane predicts more tough days ahead for Manchester United but insists they must stick with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s strike gave Arsenal a 1-1 draw at United in the Premier League on Monday Night Football in a game that was lacking in quality.
For United, the draw means this is the first time they have won fewer than 10 points in their opening seven games in the Premier League era. Their haul of nine points is their worst tally at this stage of a top-flight season since 1989-90.
Keane, speaking on Monday Night Football, foresees more struggles ahead for the club but doesn’t feel changing the manager is the answer.
When asked if United should stick with his former team-mate Solskjaer, he said: “100 per cent.
“They’ve given him the job and the contract, so support him and let him get on with it. Give him a couple of transfer windows. Are there more tough days ahead? You can bet your life there is. But they have to persevere.”