Manchester United midfielder, Scott McTominay has come out to say that he won’t weep over criticisms from Roy Keane. Scott recently revealed that he never saw or heard what the MUFC legend said, and it really doesn’t matter.
According to him, everyone is entitled to their opinion in football, and he intends to respect people’s opinion about his game.
McTominay added that he’d be a fool if he went home worrying about what people think about him.
His words, “What did he say?”
“I didn’t see it, but it doesn’t matter. People talk. Everyone is entitled to an opinion and you have to respect that, but I’m not going to spit my dummy out and cry over something Roy Keane says.”
“If that’s what he thinks, then that’s what he thinks. For me, it isn’t a drama. I’d be a fool if I went home worrying about what people think about me.”
Ferguson on Scott, “I signed him when he was seven or eight years of age. McTominay is of a similar type to Darren [Fletcher]. A bit long, lanky, a good winner of the ball, a good turn of pace going forward, a great attitude to the game.”
“Going back to my time, we very seldom left Darren out of big games, especially against Arsenal. He was fantastic against them. If you put him against [Patrick] Viera, no problems.”
“It’s really rewarding for me to see a Scot coming through. Darren was one, McClair was a great Scot for us, a fantastic player. We’ve been blessed with great Scots right through going back to the king, Denis Law. It makes you proud.”
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