Man. Utd legend Roy Keane has deliver his verdict on who is a better manager between Graham Potter and Erik ten Hag.
The former United star believe Chelsea’s Graham Potter is superior to United Erik ten Hag.
Roy Keane speaking on Monday Night Football has snub the Manchester United coach when asked to name his current best three coach in the premier league.
Instead he opted to go with the former Brighton boss, Graham Potter who recently replace Thomas Tuchel at Stamford Bridge.
Erik ten Hag arrived the Old Trafford these summer and immediately write a bad history as United first manager to lose his first two games since 1921.
The Dutchman quickly turn things around by winning a consecutive four games and ended the run with a 6-3 demolition from Manchester City.
United return with a win away to Everton and currently sit fifth in the premier league table.
Keane when asked about his top three current managers, said: ‘Managers I like? I’ve always had loads of time for Pep [Guardiola].
‘I think what he does to his teams… I know people say he always works with the best players at the biggest clubs with the biggest budgets – blah, blah, blah – but he still has to work with them, manage them and find a style of play.
‘I like Brentford’s manager, Thomas Frank, I like him. I like the way he comes across. Even when they were in the Championship, I came across him. A really good guy.
‘And I like Graham Potter at Chelsea. I like the way his teams play, I like the way he comes across in the media, I’m delighted he’s got a chance at a big club like Chelsea.
‘There’s all this talk about if he can manage a big club and big egos and all this, but give the man a chance. He’s settled in really well.
‘Every time he speaks in interviews, I think he comes across really well. So those are the three for me.’
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