Roy Keane

Manchester United

Keane: I can’t understand why United fans were booing

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Despite poor form for months, with Manchester United playing dreadfully boring football, the fans stuck behind the team. However, the 1-0 home defeat against Southampton was the straw that broke the camels back, with the boos ringing around the stadium at full-time.

In the three games that have followed, United have played much more attack-minded football, but Roy Keane has been critical of the supporters who booed.

GNev becomes 29th former Fergie player to become a manager

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Gary Neville has become 29th former Manchester United player to play for Sir Alex Ferguson to become a manager.

Viv Anderson, Michael Appleton, Henning Berg, Clayton Blackmore, Laurent Blanc, Steve Bruce, Chris Casper, Peter Davenport, Simon Davies, Darren Ferguson, Ryan Giggs, David Healy, Gabriel Heinze, Mark Hughes, Paul Ince, Andrei Kanchelskis, Roy Keane, Henrik Larsson, Gary Neville, Paul Parker, Mike Phelan, Bryan Robson, Mark Robins, Teddy Sheringham, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Frank Stapleton, Gordon Strachan, Chris Turner, Neil Webb.

Roy Keane faces WWE ‘battering’ after slamming Man Utd skipper Wayne Rooney

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If Roy Keane's looking for a piece, I'll batter him too. https://t.co/aMppceCKnU — Stu Bennett (@WadeBarrett) November 25, 2015 Roy Keane...

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Keane blasts “awful” Rooney

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Roy Keane has branded Wayne Rooney as "awful" and said the Manchester United striker should take a long look at himself after his side failed to score against PSV Eindhoven on Wednesday night.

United's 0-0 draw against the Dutch champions has seriously jeopardised their chances of reaching the knockout stages of the Champions League as they will need to beat Wolfsburg away in their final group game in two weeks to go through, as PSV are expected to beat CSKA Moscow at home.

‘Rockmount,’ the short-film about Roy Keane’s youth career is a must-see

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Rockmount is a brilliant short film about Roy Keane's youth career in Ireland and how he starts out on the road to success that led him to Manchester United and his national team.

The 11-year-old Roy Keane, played by actor Craig Keane Harrington, started his career at Rockmount, the club in Cork that helped him on his way to a professional career with Nottingham Forest and Brian Clough.

‘Rockmount,’ the short-film about Roy Keane’s youth career is a must-see

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Rockmount is a brilliant short film about Roy Keane's youth career in Ireland and how he starts out on the road to success that led him to Manchester United and his national team.

The 11-year-old Roy Keane, played by actor Craig Keane Harrington, started his career at Rockmount, the club in Cork that helped him on his way to a professional career with Nottingham Forest and Brian Clough.

Pique: I was happy at United

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Gerard Pique has reflected on his time at Manchester United, when he barely played thanks to the form and fitness of Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand.

When I was there Ruud Van Nistelrooy, Cristiano Ronaldo, Giggs, Scholes, Roy Keane. We won the Champions League in 2008. We won the league.

Top 5 Roy Keane Rants: Cutting Quips And Caustic Criticism

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Uncompromising on and off the pitch, Roy Keane has never been a man afraid to voice an opinion.

On the 15th anniversary of his famous "prawn sandwich brigade" rant, here are five other classic examples of Keane giving to someone straight...

1. "Stick it up your bollocks"

Came during a belter of a row with Republic of Ireland manager Mick McCarthy over what Keane insisted tothe Irish Times was a lack of preparation for the 2002 World Cup, an interview that included the modern management classic "Fail to prepare, prepare to fail".

On This Day In 2000: Roy Keane Adds ‘Prawn Sandwich Brigade’ To The Great Footballing Lexicon

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Sometimes a particular turn of phrase catches the imagination and instantly becomes part of the language landscape for years to come.

Such is the case with football's "Prawn Sandwich Brigade", a scathing phrase coinedby Roy Keane in one of his more famous stinging grumbles.

Head-over-heels in love

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You never know quite what to expect from a new signing and, while Anthony Martial has been hogging the limelight, endearing himself to Manchester United fans with his rampant form and blowing our expectations of him clean out of the water, it is another of the summer acquisitions with whom many of us have already fallen head-over-heels in love.

Heroes

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People love a hero. Throughout history, we have put various figures on pedestals. We have erected statues of warriors of old, gathered in our thousands to watch great musicians perform their art, created fantastical worlds of men and women who possess wondrous superpowers. As for football, the innumerable heroes it continually unearths is one of the many things that lead us to fall in love with the beautiful game.

Sir Alex Ferguson admits approach to discipline could have cost him titles at Manchester United

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Sir Alex Ferguson admits his tough approach to discipline could have cost him Premier League titles during his time at Manchester United.

Ferguson, who won 13 league titles at United, had a number of high-profile bust-ups with some of the best players in the world during his 27-year tenure at Old Trafford.

Keane: “United have gone away from their tradition”

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Roy Keane has claimed that Manchester United have returned to the approach they adopted in the late 1980s, which is not guaranteed to bring them any silverware this season.

The former United captain said Louis Van Gaal was playing a dangerous game by signing a host of players in the hope of them gelling together, adding United were unlikely to mount a serious title challenge this season.

Manchester United legend slams Arsenal players and rules Gunners out of title race

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Manchester United legend slams Arsenal players and rules Gunners out of title race - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Manchester United legend Roy Keane has slammed Arsenal players for being more interested in taking selfies and developing six-packs.

The former Red Devils captain was instrumental during his time at Old Trafford and helped United win silverwares when Sir Alex Ferguson was at the helm.

RoM Reads

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Scott writes for ESPN about signing Harry Kane.

The Telegraph talks about Chicharito's Real Madrid rant.

The Mirror talks to Saha about Alexandre Lacazette.

The Guardian reports on Roy Keane being found not guilty of driving charge.

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Video: journalist asks Irish player if he would ‘rear end’ Roy Keane

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Nicky Butt – A scrapper not a fighter

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Watching football, and United in particular, is a visceral experience, a sharp, intense mess of bodies, noise and smells. So it's not surprising that the majority of fan favourites are linked by a single trait: they are men with whom it is deeply unwise to fuck. In my own lifetime, that includes Remi Moses, Bryan Robson, Norman Whiteside, Mark Hughes, Paul Ince, Eric Cantona, Roy Keane, Jaap Stam, Wes Brown, Ruud van Nistelrooy – sadly, in theory only Nemanja Vidic, and though, Rojo shows promise, none of the current ponces.

‘Basically, You’re All Sh*t’ – Roy Keane’s Team Pep Talks At Sunderland Were A Work Of Sweary Art

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"If you give me another 45 minutes of that sh*t then I'll lock you in your car and push it into the sea"

Roy Keane is a raving lunatic, this we know.

However, following yesterday's revelation that Derby County boss Jim Smith once masterminded avictory over Manchester United after receiving an omen from some ducks, Higginbotham has now given us an astonishing glimpse into the grim reality that is having to play under Roy Keane's tutelage.

Man Utd legend Roy Keane has court date for road rage incident

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Manchester United legend Roy Keane has deferred a court appearance for a road rage incident, the Mail report. The Republic of Ireland assistant boss...

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Man Utd icon Roy Keane Mocks Steven Gerrard’s Liverpool career

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Manchester United legend Roy Keane has mocked Steven Gerrard's Liverpool career after hinting he did not win many trophies. The 43-year-old was...

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Keano does still love us after all!

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Since leaving Manchester United, Roy Keane's issue has always been with Sir Alex Ferguson, but at times that comes across as him being against the club.

However, the clues that he is still a red have been there for all to see for quite some time.

For example, with United throwing away the title to City in 2012, Keane was quick to defend his former club.

Keane: United need Pogba and Coleman

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Roy Keane has assessed which positions Manchester United are lacking in and has given his opinion on who we should sign. Everton's Seamus Coleman and Paul Pogba, who United once had on their books, are the two priorities Keane would go for in the summer.

I think United need a centre half and midfielder and Seamus Coleman for right back.

Roy Keane: Manchester United should sign Paul Pogba

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Manchester United legend Roy Keane feels that United should try to re-sign Paul Pogba from Juventus.

The 21-year-old Manchester United youth academy product left the club after his contract expired and went to become one of the best young midfielders in the world.

Valencia issues apology

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Antonio Valencia has publicly apologised for his display against Arsenal on Monday night, which contributed in no small part to Manchester United getting knocked out from the FA Cup.

The Ecuadorian, whose performance was described as "disgraceful" by former United captain Roy Keane, took to social media to apologise to the fans and to his teammates for his horrendous display against Arsenal.

Sir Alex Ferguson plans new book on Man Utd success, likely to rile Roy Keane even more

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Sir Alex Ferguson is planning another new book on his success at Manchester United that is likely to rile Roy Keane even more. The legendary manager,...

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Roy Keane right to mock Jose Mourinho’s claim that Chelsea are a great team

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Manchester United legend Roy Keane was right to mock Jose Mourinho's claim that Chelsea are a "great team".

The Blues have yet to win anything under the Portuguese boss since his return to Stamford Bridge and are too early in their cycle to have achieved repeated success, which naturally comes with "great" sides.

RoM Reads

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Scott writes for ESPN about whether Falcao might be Tevez II.

The Guardian says we are going to sign Valdes.

The Newcastle Chronicle reports on Shearer's bust up with Roy Keane.

The Guardian reports on Marcos Rojo's controversial Instagram post.

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Where have all the personalities in English football gone?

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One of the most enjoyable things about listening to former players and managers talk is the stories about characters they've worked with in years gone by.

The quirks of iconic coaches such as Bob Paisley, Brian Clough, Bill Shankly and Sir Alex Ferguson, and perhaps how players like Paul Gascoigne, George Best, Roy Keane, Vinnie Jones et al were around the dressing room.

Where have all the personalities in English football gone?

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One of the most enjoyable things about listening to former players and managers talk is the stories about characters they've worked with in years gone by.

The quirks of iconic coaches such as Bob Paisley, Brian Clough, Bill Shankly and Sir Alex Ferguson, and perhaps how players like Paul Gascoigne, George Best, Roy Keane, Vinnie Jones et al were around the dressing room.

Roy Keane calls Arsenal weak, soft and lacking leaders after Olympiacos loss

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Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has launched another stinging attack on Arsenal, describing them as "weak," "soft" and "lacking winners."

The Gunners are staring at elimination from the Champions League group stages after losing both of their opening two matches. Arsenal went down 2-1 to Dynamo Zagreb in their first game before losing 3-2 at home to Olympiacos on Tuesday night.

Roy Keane calls Arsenal weak, soft and lacking leaders after Olympiacos loss

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Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has launched another stinging attack on Arsenal, describing them as "weak," "soft" and "lacking winners."

The Gunners are staring at elimination from the Champions League group stages after losing both of their opening two matches. Arsenal went down 2-1 to Dynamo Zagreb in their first game before losing 3-2 at home to Olympiacos on Tuesday night.

Roy Keane: ‘Arsenal Players Are Too Interested In Selfies And Six-Packs To Win Titles’

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Jolly old Roy Keane has been assessing the lay of the land ahead of the new season and has come to dour, joyless conclusion that Arsenal will bottle it again because their players are far too obsessed with taking pictures of themselves in varying states of undress to concentrate on winning the Premier League title.

Farewell Stevie – Is Steven Gerrard Liverpool’s greatest ever player?

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Video: Roy Keane mocks managers and players for feigning injury

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Roy Keane finds it ironic how players get ruled out for 10-14 days by clubs at the time of international games. https://t.co/Moifphyh0K — RTÉ Soccer...

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Roy Keane: ‘Unless Robbie Keane Is Breastfeeding His New Baby, He’ll Be Playing Against Germany’

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Assistant manager Roy Keane was in trademark terse form during his pitch-side Republic of Ireland press conference earlier, answering questions over Robbie Keane's availability for the upcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers against Germany and Poland.

Keane and his wife Claudine have just welcomed their second child into the world on Monday night, so naturally the media assumed that paternity leave might rule the LA Galaxy striker out of the double-header.

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TOP FIVE Moments of Glorious Nostalgia for Manchester United Fans of a Certain age

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Normally here at TOP FIVE Towers we take our responsibilities very seriously. We pick a theme and stick to it, occasionally tweaking it to serve our purposes, but generally being committed to the core principle of the listicle.

Not this month. This month it's different. United are rubbish and are drowning in a sea of negativity and overly positionally disciplined football—except against Wolfsburg when that discipline might have come in handy.

Gerrard: Keane was better than me and every other midfielder

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In a Q&A with a newspaper, Steven Gerrard was asked to rank himself amongst Roy Keane, Frank Lampard, Paul Scholes and Patrick Vieira.

Gerrard put Keane at the top of the list but then struggled to put the others in order.

"Keane No 1," he said. "The rest? They're all different. Frank's the best goalscoring midfielder, Scholes the best footballer, Vieira the most difficult opponent.

Shit Lookalikes: Roy Keane & ‘Portrait Of A Gentleman In Fur’ By 16th Century Italian Artist Paolo Veronese

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Santa Maria! The image of his bearded holiness Roy Keane has been spotted in an art gallery in Florence, specifically in the painting "Portrait of a Gentleman in a Fur" by 16th century Italian artistPaolo Veronese...

Posing in a coat made from the hide of his latest kill.

The guy on the right, that is.

Schneiderlin: “I want to be like Keane”

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Morgan Schneiderlin said he aims to emulate Roy Keane and become as a pivotal a figure for the club as the Irishman was during his 12-season spell at Old Trafford.

Schneiderlin, signed from Southampton for £25m earlier this summer, has been one of United's best players in their first three games of the season, displaying the kind of form that has seen going from League One to become a France international.

Richardson: We watched Keane’s banned interview and we agreed

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Following United's 4-1 defeat against Middlesbrough, Roy Keane went on MUTV and ripped the team apart. It was this interview, that was never aired, that lead to Keane's exit from the club.

Kieran Richardson, one of the people singled out for criticism, claims the team watched the interview together and agreed with what Keane said.