Darren Fletcher & Roy Keane
Darren Barr Fletcher (born 1 February 1984 in Edinburgh) is a Scottish footballer who plays as a central midfielder for English Premier League club Manchester United. Roy Maurice Keane (born 10 August 1971) is an Irish former footballer and manager. /5
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Manchester United legend Roy Keane said this to me: It meant so much - Darren Fletcher
No necessarily a prime Roy Keane (though that would be good) but certainly a young Darren Fletcher!
Big day today! Lads like Matt Busby,Alex Ferguson,Roy Keane,Eric Cantona,Darren Fletcher,John O Shea would give their lives to win today!!
Roy Keane, Paul Scholes & Darren Fletcher could have done with this ref...
Darren Fletcher on his first US tour, wanting to impress Roy Keane and a daunting initiation speech:
Hi all. There will be a Family Fun Day this Sunday at the club - 12 - 6. With bouncy castle, DJ, BBQ, raffle/auction and with all proceeds going towards the British Kidney Patient Association - an excellent cause. Auction items include: Ian Brown personalised signed poster Darren Fletcher personalised shirt Roy Keane signed book Colin Bell signed book, Danny Wellbeck signed boots, British Superbike t shirt signed by 6 riders, Coronation Street special dvd signed by the 4 cast members who appeared in it, George Best signed picture, Fernandinho signed shirt, Dewers hamper. Spread the word and lets keep our fingers crossed for some sunshine. :)
Darren Fletcher was Fergies waterboy... Roy Keane, Scholes, etc... those are proper CM's
Roddy Doyle has been chosen by Roy Keane to write his second set of memoirs. Chapters will include: A Star Called Henry - about Keane's bitter rivalry with Arsenal's Invincibles The Non-Commitments - what happened in Saipan The Dead Republic - Ireland under Steve Staunton The Van Nistelrooy - a list of United players Keane didn't really like The Snapper - THAT tackle on Alf Inge Haaland Paddy Vieira Ha Ha Ha - a humourous look at pre-match tunnel insults Oh, Play That Thing! - Keano's frustrations with the likes of Kieran Richardson and Darren Fletcher laid bare The Man Who Walked Outdoors - hilarious anecdotes about his walks with Trigger the dog
The tapes have been crushed, smashed, destroyed. But eight years on, the fallout from Roy Keane's withering attack on his Manchester United teammates for the club's in- house television station still rumbles on. Sir Alex Ferguson made Keane's infamous hairdryer a centre-piece for his controversial autobiography, despite ordering all copies of the interview, dubbed ‘Roy Keane Plays The Pundit’ at the time, be burned. As Ferguson recalls, Keane didn't miss, running down the team sheet after a dismal 4-1 defeat at Middlesbrough. Rio Ferdinand, Edwin Van Der Sar and Darren Fletcher all copped it, but they weren't alone. “It was unbelievable. He slaughtered everyone. Darren Fletcher got it. Alan Smith. Van der Sar. Roy was taking them all down,” Ferguson recalls. With United limping along in November, Keane also called for a January clearout. It was explosive and such was the interest at the time that media organisations were offering bounties of at least £5,000 for a copy of the tape. The Mirror was ...
Have to say I had a chuckle about Fergie in his book Criticising Gerrard saying that he's not world class. Has he looked at his own midfield over the years?!?! Quinton Fortune, Darren Fletcher, Carrick, Andersen and Kagawa?!?!? Need I say more? I would have gerard over any of them any day! Only Schols and Roy Keane were anywhere near good enough to tie Gerards boots! I would go as far as to say I would have had Igor Biscan & Smicer over any of them any day! He goes on about Gerards encounters with Schols, but Schols too had his short comings! Really think it was a bad move Fergie and his book given the pressure Man Utd are in at the moment, goes to show you, all he cares about is selling his book in time for Christmas sales, and not about his team which he still has a job with.
Roy Keane's mum has called SAF 'nasty'. Wonder what Darren Fletcher's mum thought of Keane's comments about her son in 2005...
read this reds, well worth a read trust me... Roy Keane has accused Sir Alex Ferguson of not knowing the meaning of loyalty after the former Manchester United manager criticised him and other former players at Old Trafford in his new book. Keane responded witheringly after Ferguson reopened the pair's long-running feud by saying the former United captain "absolutely overstepped the mark" in a notorious but never-aired MUTV interview that fast-tracked the Irishman's departure from Old Trafford in 2005. He also effectively rubbished Keane's chances of making a career in football management. Other former United players are criticised in the book, among them Owen Hargreaves and David Beckham. Keane told ITV on Tuesday night: "I think I do remember having a conversation with the manager when I was at the club about loyalty. In my opinion I don't think he knows the meaning of the word. "It doesn't bother me too much what he has to say about me but to constantly criticise other players at the club who brought hi ...
Right lets get something straight,fergies comments in his new book are spot on Beckham in the last ten years was a business man more than a footballer he was a walking cash injection wherever he went. He was and still is a great role model to aspiring sportsmen. Fergies point is he could have played 20 years at Man Utd and been seen as a god like law and charlton instead he's seen as a great young Man Utd player. As for Roy Keane being annoyed by fergies comments regarding things he said about various Man Utd youngsters in his latter years,I remember reading Keanes comments about players in particular Darren Fletcher who if it wasn't for illness would most likely be a first pick on the team sheet today ,Keane was a very successful player but at the same time viscous vindictive intimidating and as was seen quite capable of wrecking careers. So go and suck a fart truth hurts
Roy Keane did an interview while he was captain of united, in the interview he rips Darren Fletcher, Edwin Van Der Sar and a few more teammates.so SAF decided to confront him about the interview and the effect it may have on team morale...Roy Keane told SAF to play the interview for the team and let the decide...it's not your place to decide SAF! Clearly Roy Keane a mad man lol
his explosive autobigraphy Sir Alex Ferguson targets Wayne Rooney, David Beckham and Rafa Benítez but it is former United captain Roy Keane who comes in for the most criticism The main victim of Sir Alex Ferguson’s new book is Roy Keane, who receives far more than the hairdryer treatment. He gets savaged. Wayne Rooney, David Beckham and Rafa Benítez are also targeted by Ferguson in “My Autobiography” (Hodder & Stoughton, £25) but nothing like the ruthless criticism of Keane, his former captain at Manchester United. Elsewhere, the Glazers get off lightly and there is little significant debate about Rock of Gibraltar. The Keane material is extraordinary. Ferguson starts the chapter devoted to his sentence-by-sentence skewering of Keane with some praise, hailing the midfielder’s many gifts as a powerhouse between the boxes and his ability to motivate team-mates with his ferocious glare and orders. Ferguson, though, detected a change in Keane’s behaviour as his footballing powers ebbed, following ...
Lars Bender is the new Darren Fletcher & Sven Bender is the new Roy Keane in my opinion. Enough I guess.
thanks to Darren Fletcher [the next Roy Keane] for a great games and great comeback...
Darren Fletcher's post match interviews are straight out of the Roy Keane textbook. Blunt and stern.
Darren Fletcher is gonna be back soon he reminds of Roy Keane a lion in the Midfield
Nemanja Vidic, Roy Keane, Darren Fletcher, Barney stinson, Paul Scholes.. Those people describe my personality. They do inspire me after all
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