The former Manchester United captain directed a tirade at the Old Trafford stars after the Portuguese boss was sacked on Tuesday before being replaced with interim boss Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer. "With Mourinho, the players have thrown him under the bus".
Solskjaer, whose Champions League final victor sealed the treble in 1999, has been parachuted into the hotseat until the end of the season as the club undergoes a restructuring process and searches for a new full-time manager. To be a successful club you need to have everything right.
United fans have been left perplexed by his form since joining the club from Arsenal in January.
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Garner, an England youth global, starred for the under-18s in their 4-3 win over holders Chelsea in the FA Youth Cup on Monday night - a game sources have told ESPN FC was watched by Solskjaer even before he knew he would be installed as the next manager. "Paul is a terrific lad and when I had him as a kid, he was always there, the happy-go-lucky lad".
"He hasn't changed personality-wise". That doesn't mean to say you're going to play well. "He's no different to anyone else in that respect".
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Roy Keane has been typically scathing in his assessment of the players' performances in the months leading up to Mourinho's sacking.
The message, according to The Sun, read: "I told you so!"
The former Old Trafford favourite has already cut a contrast to predecessor Jose Mourinho in the days since his surprise appointment as caretaker manager, with the sunny demeanour of a 45-year-old who feels he has come "home" a constant in his media engagements. "Football's evolving of course and the gaffer [Ferguson] was in charge of more or less the whole club", he explained.
"Football is developing. The structure of the club has developed". He picks the team.
Speaking to BBC Radio 5 live, Keane said: "I do think the players obviously get away with murder".