Former Manchester United captain, Roy Keane has blamed some of Red Devils players for the sack of manager, Jose Mourinho from Old Trafford.
Mourinho was sacked by United few days ago following the club’s poor form this season.
Keane criticized some of United players for their cowardly approach in the media and their poor performances on the pitch.
The ex-midfield maestro branded them as players that “got away with murder” under Mourinho.
He, however, didn’t mention the names of the United players responsible for the Portuguese’s sack.
“You would fall out with these players,” Keane told BBC Radio 5 live.
“Players who turn up overweight, do not train properly and are not producing… for some to down tools, shame on some of those players.
“I am not Mourinho’s biggest fan, but I can’t tolerate footballers who hide behind agents, their pals in the media – it is a bit of a joke.”
Keane added: “The players got away with murder. They hide behind the manager. They have thrown him under the bus.”
Man United will tackle Huddersfield Town in their next Premier League fixture on Wednesday.