Roy Keane has launched a scathing attack on Arsenal following their exit from the Champions league last night. Keane believes their crop of players are week and their poor performances are have seen them cheat their fans. The Gunners crashed out of the competition after a they were walloped 5-1 by Barcelona on aggregate. They had a handful of scoring chances during both games but failed to convert them.
Speaking on ITV, the Irish ex footballer said: “It tells you that they’ve got a weak group of players, who can’t seem to lift it for certain games. No doubt the pressure has got to them in the last few months and for players at Arsenal football club who can’t deal with pressure, then you shouldn’t be there. The damage was already obviously done in the first game. There’s no great shame in losing 3-1, the effort was there – but I think Barcelona had switched off – but it must be hard for the manager to stomach that, and for the supporters when they see their players lift it for certain games, but they can’t do it for Watford at home, or Swansea at home.
“They’re cheating the supporters in that sense.”