Manchester United & Roy Keane

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"Manchester United is too big for him" - Roy Keane blast Jose Mourinho for always talking…
What a great Manchester United captain Roy Keane was. Never backed down & never gave up 🔴⚪⚫
Manchester United legend Roy Keane said this to me: It meant so much - Darren Fletcher
He made Roy Keane's departure that bit more bearable.
Roy Keane's Manchester United past makes him a popular choice as Celtic boss... at least in Ronny Deila's Norwegian homeland
Roy Keane offers advice on how Manchester United can win titles again
Roy Keane: "Manchester United need a few characters in the team so they can grind out results on bad days."
Denis Irwin and Roy Keane. Two true legends of Ireland and Manchester United...
Roy Keane says the Manchester United. manager needs to sign players with. character in the summer Transfer Window
Roy Keane slams Manchester United players after European 'disaster' - they're just not good enough
WWE star Wade Barrett jokes he will 'batter' Roy Keane after criticism of Manchester United's ...
Roy Keane and Manchester United: Ten years after his acrimonious exit
Ten years on from Keane: On November 18, 2005, Manchester United captain Roy Keane walked out of Old Trafford.
Cristiano Ronaldo has credited his former captain Roy Keane with helping him develop when he was a young player at Manchester United,
Pa_Ward1: Roy Keane says he would do a better job at Manchester United than current manager Louis Van Gaal
Adebayo Akinfenwa would fight Arsenal legend Patrick Vieira over Manchester United great Roy Keane
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Roy Keane will always be my number 1 favorite Manchester United player.
Express: Roy Keane slams "soft and weak" Arsenal ahead of Manchester United crunch clash
[confirmed] Ipswich manager Roy Keane has raided former club Manchester United to sign winger Lee Martin for an undisclosed…
Ipswich boss Roy Keane is pressing ahead with a bid for Manchester United winger Lee Martin. Bristol City are also interes…
Roy Keane arrives in court as Manchester United legend faces road-rage trial: Former Manchester United captain...
Ex-Manchester United footballer Roy Keane arrives at court for trial over alleged road-rage. Picture
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Roy Keane reveals Sir Alex Ferguson's three word team-talk when Manchester United played Tottenham.
Roy Keane is glad Manchester United never signed Gerrard because "we want to win something"
Sir Alex Ferguson and Roy Keane ignore each other on flight home from Chelsea clash as Manchester United feud contin…
Gold dust for United fans here. Who remembers that famous night when Manchester United went to Juventus and won to secure a spot in the final of the Champions League in 1999? Roy Keane and Scholes both picking up cards that would suspend them for the final. This is rare footage from the dressing room straight after that game as it happened.
2012: Swansea City Football Club manager Brendan Rodgers names Manchester United Legends Roy Keane and Paul Scholes as midfielders in his all-time Premier League XI. 2014: Liverpool FC manager Brendan Rodgers suggests Steven George Gerrard is best player in Premier League history.
Roy Keane Takes Aim At Manchester United Fans: It has been reported that Roy Keane has taken aim at Manchester...
Roy Keane leaves Aston Villa: The Former Manchester United captain had been working as No.2 to Paul Lambert at...
TALKING ABOUT BIRTHDAY BOY Paul Scholes... Paul Scholes, born 16 November 1974 is a retired English footballer who played his entire professional career for Manchester United and is currently co-owner of Salford City. Scholes born at Hope Hospital in Salford, Greater Manchester, the son of Stewart and Marina Scholes. The family moved to Langley, Greater Manchester when he was 18 months old, where he lived on Bowness Road and Talkin Drive. He attended the St Mary's RC Primary School in Langley. The first team he played for was Langley Furrows. Scholes also excelled at cricket. At age 14, he began training with Manchester United. He later joined as a trainee upon leaving the Cardinal Langley Roman Catholic High School in Middleton during the summer of 1991. In his final term at school, he was selected to represent Great Britain National Schools in football. He made his full debut for United in the 1994–95 season . He went on to play a key part in the club's Treble -winning success in the 1998–99 season ...
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THE BEST MIDFIELDER IN WORLD FOOTBALL Zinedine Zidane- “My toughest opponent? Scholes of Manchester. He is the complete midfielder”. SIR BOBBY CHARLTON – “Paul Scholes is my favourite player. He epitomises the spirit of Manchester United and everything that is good about football” SIR Alex Ferguson – (whilst having a list of Manchester United players over 30 read to him) “You forgot Paul Scholes – and he is my best player.” Patrick Vieira – “The player in the Premiership I admire most? Easy – Scholes” Laurent Blanc – “I’ve said it before and i tell anyone who asks me; Scholes is easily the best English player. Intelligence, strength, unbelievable technique – all the attributes are there. At Manchester United I saw what he can do and all I could say is “wow”. EDGAR DAVIDS – “Every one of us is just trying to become as good as him. Everyone can learn from Paul ScholesThierry Henry – “I can’t understand why Scholes has never won the player ...
Roy Keane has hit out at Manchester United's famous 'class of '92' saying their importance to the club's dominance of English football has been overstated.
Roy Keane admits he headbutted Manchester United team-mate Schmeichel -
Roy Keane clashes with Patrick Vieira in the 2-1 win for Manchester United at Highbury in 1999.
Roy Keane should make peace with Former Manchester United manager Ale - Telegraph
Roy Keane claims Manchester United have a 'mafia situation' thanks to Sir Alex Ferguson
Manchester United are 'like a Mafia' where ex-players are scared of speaking out, claims Roy Keane
Roy Keane has taken aim at Manchester United's 'propaganda' - and described the group of former players working for the club as a 'mafia'.
Roy Keane on Manchester United, Alf-Inge Haaland, Robbie Savage and claims he was disruptive
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Roy Keane: I will never manage Manchester United while Sir Alex Ferguson is around
Roy Keane: It's like a mafia at Manchester United. via I'm actually ashamed he comes from my city
Roy Keane was left STUNNED after Manchester United legend Eric Cantona did THIS in the for Nicky Butt and Paul Scholes
Chelsea entertainer Jose Mourinho has used sarcasm to respond to criticism from Former Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane. Keane now works as Aston Villa assistant manager. He and club boss Pau...
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Rio Ferdinand selected Wes Brown as Manchester United's best right back during his time at the club. He also left out Roy Keane.
Former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira has been tipped to beat Manchester United legend Roy Keane in a fight.
Patrick Vieira says he admires the honesty shown by his old adversary Roy Keane in his latest book, as he responded to the comments made by the Former Manchester United skipper about their once fierce rivalry. Irishman Keane suggested he may have come out second best if had been drawn into a fight with the towering Vieira in his autobiography "The Second Half," with the French World Cup winner offering his response to those comments. "I haven't read it, but I have heard a lot about it," said Vieira in quotes appearing in the Daily Mirror. "If there was a fight, it would take a long time to beat him and I would end up with a few cuts. I don't think he would give up easily! "I'm not surprised at all about how honest he has been in the book. That's because the way he wrote the book is the way he was as a player. He's not the kind of person to go halfway. He's either everything or nothing. I think the book is him." Respect has grown between Keane and Vieira in recent years, with the pair working together as T ...
Ex-Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane believes the former champions would find it 'difficult' to claim top honours once more.
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Daily Star ON SUNDAY Liverpool have moved ahead of Arsenal and Tottenham in the race for £9million-rated MK Dons whizz-kid Dele Alli. Barcelona's 31-year-old Brazilian right back Dani Alves wants £250,000 a week to play in the Premier League next season but no clubs are willing to pay those wages. Roy Keane thinks it "might be a few years down the road yet" before Manchester United win either the Premier League or Champions League again. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has rubbished speculation linking Lukas Podolski with a move away from the club in January. Hamburg will make a £5.25million bid to sign midfielder Lewis Holtby from Tottenham on a permanent deal in January. Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini is weighing up a bid for Real Madrid's Portuguese central defender Pepe next summer. THE SUN ON SUNDAY Michael Carrick is set to land a one-year contract extension at Manchester United. Neil Lennon is set to become the new manager of Bolton Wanderers despite a late bid from Fulham for his servi ...
Once they were Manchester United besties;. Roy Keane and Alex Ferguson,. Now sworn enemies,.
Manchester United legend Peter Schmeichel is convinced that Louis Van Gaal is the right man to take the Red Devils into a new era. The former Danish international believes that given time the Dutchman can bring Manchester United back to the heights they reached during Ferguson's reign at Old Trafford. He reminded everyone that the Scotsman struggled at first, but brought two decades of success for the Manchester club. Schmeichel also reiterated his love for the club he served for eight years, saying that Old Trafford will always be his "home". "Manchester United will always be my home, part of me," Schmeichel told Goal . "Alex Ferguson is not there anymore and the club is going through difficult times but I believe bringing Louis Van Gaal was a good move. The new team and new coach just need time; it is not easy to reach that level that Ferguson's United was at," the big Dane added. "If you can remember, it took Ferguson some time to manage things in his way too and, after that, he ruled for two decades," ...
MAVHARIVHARI (Rumours) & INTERNATIONAL UPDATES • Morocco's government has called for the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) to be postponed amid the spiralling Ebola health crisis. • Arsenal will look to meet Schalke winger Julian Draxler's £37m release clause in January. The Gunners want to sign the 21-year-old after growing frustrated with his Germany international team-mate Mesut Ozil, 25. • Netherlands playmaker Wesley Sneijder could leave Galatasaray and move to the Premier League as the Turkish club have failed to pay his wages. The 30-year-old could join Manchester United and link up with former national coach Louis Van Gaal. • Former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry, 37, could return to his native France, with Paris St-Germain and Monaco interested in signing him in January after his contract with Major League Soccer side New York Red Bulls expires. • Italian side Roma want to buy Manchester City and England midfielder James Milner, 28, for £10m. • Tottenham are prepared to pay £15 ...
Roy Keane says he believes the football world is "frightened to death" of criticising Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson. Watch the full interview on Football Focus, 13:40 BST on Saturday 11 October on BBC One and the BBC Sport website.
Keane vs Ferguson? Roy Keane says ex- Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson was wrong to criticise his former players in his autobiography and would not be afraid "to have a go at him" if the two met.
Former Manchester United captain and Aston Villa assistant manager Roy Keane has sensationally shaved off his impressive beard ahead of Ireland’s UEFA European Championship qualifier against Gibraltar. …read more Via: The Express
Roy Keane has hit out at Sir Alex Ferguson, claiming the Former Manchester United boss has talked nonsense about him.
Wayne Rooney's short time playing alongside Roy Keane has had a significant influence on the way he captains England and Manchester United.
By Mark Brus Blues boss the latest to feel Keane wrath. Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been branded as arrogant and disrespectful by Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane, the Daily Telegraph reports. ... Click Story Headline Above To Read/Watch/Comment the Whole *** Thing. : Caught Offside [ 4 more words. ]
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Aston Villa assistant manager Roy Keane offered some interesting thoughts and comments at his official book launch today.The Former Manchester United legend criticised Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho for his antics towards the end of Chelsea’s 3-0 win over Aston Villa.The Chelsea boss attempted to sha
The former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen signed more than 200 copies of his book at an event in London. Photograph: Adam Davy/PA Thousands of copies have been sold of the week’s two highly controversial autobiographies by Kevin Pietersen and Roy Keane, with both books going on sale to the public on Thursday. KP: The Autobiography has caused a particular stir in recent days and Pietersen was present at Waterstones in Canary Wharf, London, to sign more than 200 copies at the store for two hours as people queued to meet the former England batsman. Keane’s book The Second Half has also made headlines and the Former Manchester United captain held a press conference in Dublin to officially launch his second publication. Both autobiographies, which have already been dissected by the media, had been the subject of significant pre-sale orders o ...
Roy Keane says he may never forgive Sir Alex Ferguson for the criticism he received from the Former Manchester United boss and insists he was forced to defend himself from the attacks.
Roy Keane has recalled a rather wonderful story about Manchester United legend Eric Cantona in his new autobiography "The Second Half." Cantona, who preceded Keane as United captain, had a differen...
Roy Keane's new memoir, ghost-written by Booker-winning novelist Roddy Doyle, takes on his acrimonious departure from Manchester United
Roy Keane didn't shirk questions about Former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson at his book launch.
Latest news: Roy Keane ranked among best 10 to have played under Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United - Live Press from UK
Harry Redknapp: Roy Keane and Patrick Vieira are two warriors... the Former Manchester United and Arsenal capt...
Roy Keane on showers in the Manchester United dressing room... disturbing?
Roy Keane is a disgrace to Manchester United football club At united 1) He won more than he could have ever dreamed off 2)He was the 1st player in England on 100k a week 3)He played with outstanding players. 4)He had the opportunity to play under the greatest manager ever 5)We all (club and fans) backed him when he let his country down Now all that said, I'm not as bitter as Keano and I'm willing to admit that he was a wonderful player and our team was always better with him in it but the way he's attacking our club, I feel he is dead to united fans. Please give your opinions below.
It's tough to see how bitter Roy Keane has become towards Manchester United and Sir Alex,you're a legend of the club Keano,speak like one!
Roy Keane claimed David Moyes was betrayed by a “weak dressing room” during his ill-fated spell at Manchester United [Daily Mail]
MEN Sport's Manchester United reporter Stuart Mathieson recalls the occasion he saw both sides of Roy Keane's Jekyll and Hyde character at close quarters...
Roy Keane has revealed how he told Sir Alex Ferguson he was causing embarrassment to Manchester United over the Rock of Gibraltar affair and that he was not delivering enough as manager, in the weeks leading up to his departure from the club.
ALF-INGE HAALAND has re-ignited his bitter feud with Roy Keane after comparing the Former Manchester United skipper to crackpot dictator Saddam Hussein. Read More...
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The latest revelation from Roy Keane’s book, The Second Half, sees the Former Manchester United captain admit he was ‘glad’ Clive Clarke had a heart attack in September 2007. Clarke was playing for Leicester City in a League Cup tie in 2007 and suffered a near fatal heart attack close…
Good morning, You may see Roy Keane quotes doing the rounds about him not caring much about Manchester United fans. The world is full of bigots with way too much time on their hands. Surprise, surprise. Anyway, who is planning on reading the book? It sounds a quality read despite the bad mouthing of Ferguson - which I only agree with in terms of Rock of Gibraltar. Keane had his flaws too. Gaining financially from the Glazer takeover leaves a bad taste in my mouth. - Dale
Roy Keane reopens feud with Sir Alex Ferguson and accuses Former Manchester United manager of running him out of Old Trafford in 2005...
[08:30, 07/10/2014] Quabhena Emmamens: A round-up of the major football stories making the back pages of Tuesday morning's national newspapers. THE SUN Harry Redknapp may quit football at the end of the season and is refusing to sign a new QPR deal. Roy Keane has lifted the lid on the fial bust-up with Sir Alex Ferguson which led to his Manchester United exit. Manchester United want Roy Hodgson to intervene so Luke Shaw does not go to next summer's European U21 Championship. Daily Mirror QPR have taken Harry Redknapp's contract offer off the table following the club's poor start to the Premier League season. Glen Johnson is moving closer towards the Anfield exit after failing to agree a new deal with the club. Johnson is out of contract next summer. Arsenal and Liverpool are keeping tabs on Benfica's Brazil U20 forward Anderson Talisca, and Liverpool are vying with Manchester United for Heerenveen midfielder Daley Sinkgraven. Torquay's prolific striker Luke Young is a target for Cardiff and Bristol City. ...
A clash with Carlos Queiroz spelled the beginning of the end of Roy Keane's tenure at Manchester United.
Roy Keane has opened up about the infamous interview that ultimately cost him his Manchester United career. He was recorded criticising his team-mates after a 4-1 defeat by Middlesbrough.
Roy Keane says he wished he had not apologised to Alex Ferguson shortly after leaving Manchester United, as he revealed the explosive nature of the pair's break-up that led to his departure. Keane,...
Roy Keane's second autobiography The Second Half is hitting bookshelves this Thursday, and some of the stories that have been leaked are simply mouth-watering. We all know that Roy Keane's illustrious Manchester United career came to an abrupt end at the infamous meeting in 2005, after the captain had excoriated his teammates as a pundit on MUTV, but the cracks had already begun the previous summer, at a pre-season camp in the Algarve.
Roy Keane has revealed he clashed with Alex Ferguson and Carlos Queiroz in a training camp prior to his Manchester United exit, telling the manager that he wasn't doing enough to address their problems.
Roy Keane has revealed the astonishing details of a fight with Manchester United team-mate Peter Schmeichel that left the Great Dane with a black eye.
In his new autobiography Roy Keane: The Second Half, the Former Manchester United captain reiterates his stance on tackle that ended Haaland's career
Manchester United legend Roy Keane admits he headbutted Peter Schmeichel on pre-season tour
Why Gerard Pique was scarred for life after his first encounter with Roy Keane at Manchester United: Jim White...
As Wayne Rooney celebrates a decade with the club, the striker claims that Roy Keane was the best passer he played with over this successful period. Rooney has been fortunate to play in the same Manchester United team as some of the greats of the modern era, Ryan Giggs, Cristiano Ronaldo and Paul Scholes among them, yet it was his understanding with Keane that he deemed most fruitful. “With Roy, I knew he was a great footballer but until I played with him didn’t realise how great. His passing was probably the best I’ve played with, in terms of getting it in to the forwards’ feet. “I had associated him with someone who got round the pitch, making tackles, but it was his passing that blew me away.” [Source: The Times]
Manchester United, over the years have had players instrumental to the success of the team. Most notably during Sir Alex Feruson's reign at United. Players like King Eric Cantona,Roy Keane,Ronaldo,V.P,Scholes,Van Der Sar,Van Nistelrooy,Rooney. These are players from another realm. But the only one that caught my attention was King Eric Cantona. Cantona was instrumental to Sir Alex Ferguson's managerial career. He came in as at when Liverpool were the lord of the league,boosting of 18 title. That changed very soon when Cantona announced his arrival. Manchester United first acquired that sense of authority through Eric Cantona. The swaggering sense of entitlement he brought to the club was worth even more than his goals: at 1 million pounds he is possibly the best value signing of all time, for he was the prime mover of the Ferguson years. Manchester United became the headmaster of the English game; every other club were schoolboys. Paul Scholes,dubbed as the GOLDEN PRINCE OF ENGLAND. He was introduced in 1 ...
Sport: Manchester United legend Roy Keane ‘too good to be a TV pundit’,…: Paul Lambert just knew he...
On this day 2005 Former Manchester United player Roy Keane made his final appearance for the reds in a 0-0 draw away to Liverpool
Tom Cleverley meets Roy Keane and Shinji Kagawa heads to Dortmund as Manchester United midfield clear-out gathers pace Tom Cleverley has met Aston Villa assistant boss Roy Keane to discuss a potential move as Manchester United's midfield clear-out continues. As Shinji Kagawa flew to in Germany on Friday afternoon to put the finishing touches to an £8million return to Borussia Dortmund, Cleverley, for whom Villa have bid £7m and who interests Everton, Hull and Valencia, went south to Birmingham. [DailyMail] What do you think? # MUFC
Wayne Rooney has now scored as many PL goals for Manchester United as Cantona, David Beckham and Roy Keane combined
Roy Keane has rubbished Paul Scholes’s assessment that Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has already peaked. Scholes suggested that Rooney peaked during the 2011/12 campaign, when he produced a career-best 27 goals. However, Keane told Scholes that he was wrong to write off Rooney’s career. “If you think Wayne Rooney’s gone, then you are sadly mistaken, I thought he did okay (at the World Cup). “There was a lot rolled into his position. England scored two and he got one of them. I’m sure Wayne, like lots of the players, will feel he could have done better. Top players are always quick to look at themselves, they are quite self-critical.” [Source: Daily Mail]
OPINION: The next Manchester United club captain! July 3, 2014 When Nemanja Vidic announced midway through last season that he was leaving Manchester United, a lot was made on who should be the next captain of our great club. Vidic had 8 successful seasons at Manchester United, consisting of 211 games, and after captaining the club for the first five matches of the 2010-11 season, Vidic successfully inherited the captain’s armband from Gary Neville as the team and club captain on a permanent basis. Since that time Vidic has embodied all that there is in being captain of our great club. From the previous club greats such as the midfield enforcer Roy Keane, to past greats such as Steve Bruce, our longest-serving captain in Bryan Robson, to our club legend Sir Bobby Charlton, wearing the captain’s armband at Manchester United signifies what the club is all about. With Vidic now gone, who is next in line? If David Moyes was still Manchester United’s manager today, then there would be no discussion. Moye ...
Manchester United legend Roy Keane has agreed to join Aston Villa as manager Paul Lambert's No2.
TRANSFER GOSSIP Manchester United will listen to offers for midfielder Marouane Fellaini and are prepared to offload the 26-year-old for £15m having bought him for £27.5m last summer under former boss David Moyes. Times (subscription required) (external) Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has laughed off speculation linking Arsenal with a £20m move for winger Lorenzo Insigne, 23.Evening Standard (external) Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has rejected Real Madrid's interest in signing Brazil midfielder Ramires, 27. Daily Star (external) Arsenal are lining up a move for Southampton right-back Calum Chambers, 19, after accepting Bacary Sagna, 31, will leave on a free transfer.Daily Mirror (external) Manchester United target Jordi Alba is focusing on the World Cup with Spain Aston Villa are ready to renew their interest in Norwich midfielder Wes Hoolahan, with the 32-year-old Republic Of Ireland star willing to move should Roy Keane arrive at Villa Park. Eastern Daily Press (external) Atletico Madrid strike ...
MAVHARIVHARI (Rumours) & INTERNATIONAL UPDATES • Manchester City will pay £25m to land Real Madrid defender Pepe, 31, as a partner for captain Vincent Kompany, 28. • QPR and Stoke are ready to battle Everton for midfielder Gareth Barry, 33, who is available after being released by Premier League champions Manchester City. • Incoming Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal has spoken of his admiration for Arturo Vidal, 27, and admitted the Chile and Juventus midfielder is a player he 'always wanted to buy'. Vidal is wanted by a number of clubs, including Real Madrid, Barcelona, Chelsea and Manchester United. • Arsenal hope to re-sign winger Carlos Vela, 25, from Real Sociedad in a £3.25m deal. • David Ospina, the 25-year-old Nice goalkeeper, may be wanted by Arsenal depending on his World Cup displays with Colombia. • Paul Lambert will name Roy Keane, 42, as his Aston Villa assistant coach later this week. Keane is currently on tour in the USA with the Republic Of Ireland as manager Martin O ...
Roy Keane to Aston Villa: Former Manchester United walks out on another World Cup to link up with Paul Lambert
Suarez to Manchester United for $120 million. Fabregas (replacing Lampard) to Chelsea for $50 million. Roy Keane to Aston Villa as assistant coach.
MAVHARIVHARI (Rumours) & INTERNATIONAL UPDATES • Colombia striker Radamel Falcao has failed to recover from a serious knee injury in time to make Jose Peckerman’s squad for the World Cup. • Chelsea will try to sign £30m-rated Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas, 27, to replace the departing Frank Lampard. • Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler has urged Brendan Rodgers to sign Fabregas. • Tottenham Hotspur have made enquires about Feyenoord defender Daryl Janmaat, 24, who is also wanted by Manchester United and Napoli. • Gaston Ramirez has become the latest Southampton star tipped to leave the club with Italian side Torino keen on the 23-year-old midfielder. • Atletico Madrid loanee goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, 22, has confirmed he has held talks with Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho over his Stamford Bridge future. • Stoke chairman Peter Coates expects the club to sign Former Manchester United striker Mame Biram Diouf, 26, from German side Hannover. • Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham are se ...
Daily Mirror Newcastle have joined the race to sign Cagliari's Columbian striker Victor Ibarbo, who could cost £8.25million. Harry Redknapp is close to bringing in Joleon Lescott on a free transfer to QPR as well as Wolves' Kevin Doyle for £1m. THE SUN Manchester United keeper David de Gea wants Louis Van Gaal to bring Barcelona star Andres Iniesta to Old Trafford. Leicester boss Nigel Pearson is trying to bring Matty Fryatt back to the club from Hull, with Burnley also interested. Adam Le Fondre says he was sold by Reading to Cardiff to solve their financial problems. THE TIMES Arsene Wenger will keep sole control over Arsenal's transfer policy, including wage structure, as part of his new three-year deal at the club. Roy Keane is on the verge of becoming the new Celtic manager and could be appointed as early as next week. Daily Star Frank Lampard could retire from football after being told by Chelsea he will not be given a new contract. Lampard, currently part of England's World Cup squad, is 36 next ...
United News. * The value of the Manchester United brand has been damaged by a disappointing season according to a study by consultancy Brand Finance. They say United's brand is worth $739m (£439m), down $98m on last year. That makes it the third most valuable football brand after Bayern Munich and Real Madrid. - [BBC] * Danny Welbeck seeking Manchester United exit despite Van Gaal new era - [Guardian] * QPR boss Harry Redknapp is ready to swoop for Rio Ferdinand , who was released by Manchester United at the end of the season. - [Mirror] * Fabregas is keen on a return to England, but the Red Devils are not willing to become embroiled in a bidding war for the player. - [Mail Online] * Former Red Devils midfielder Roy Keane has urged the Republic Of Ireland international James McCarthy to stay at Everton, amid rumours that he could be a target for Van Gaal. - [Bleacher Report]
Denis Irwin has paid tribute to Ryan Giggs after his retirement. Irwin played behind the veteran midfielder on the left flank during the 1990s and early 2000s. "I suppose all good things come to an end, but what an unbelievable player he has been for Manchester United. The way he's done it as well is testament to himself. Someone called him a 'freak of nature' at one point – he's been an unbelievable player, and certainly a legend." Irwin was replaced by Giggs against Everton in March 1991 as the latter made his Reds debut, and believes the new Old Trafford no.2 is among the best he has ever played with. "I was fortunate enough to play with Eric Cantona, Roy Keane, Bryan Robson – all fantastic players. Ruud Van Nistelrooy, Peter Schmeichel, Paul Scholes – unbelievable talents, but Ryan is right up there with them. "He was a fantastic player to have in front of you because you knew he would help you out with your defensive duties as well. He wasn't afraid to do the dirty side of football, to track ba ...
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If yesterday David Beckham, Wayne Rooney, Steven Gerrard, Lampard, Terry etc would have been retiring, the social media would have been bombarded with messages, stories and compliments from all over the world. But according to me the biggest all time legend of English Premier League and World Football of his generation has decided to hung his boots. And hence I shall like to say few words for the Red Legend though nothing in my humble opinion can justify it. You I can understand the above fact, as when I started supporting Manchester United, I was always following Beckham, Van Nistleruuy, Roy Keane, etc those were flamboyant characters with outstanding talent that divide the fans and those whom fans love and discuss day and night. But over the period of time, yes it's funny that for me it just seem's yesterday when I saw Manchester United playing for the first time! I have come to support, cheer and respect one of the most outstanding and intelligent footballer in world football. I remember people fightin ...
Roy Keane on David Moyes sacking: "Some of the players at Manchester United should be ashamed of themselves - they let h…
Arsenal and Manchester City are considering a £29m move for Real Madrid forward Ángel di María. (Source: Daily Star) Roy Keane has another rant at united claims Phil Jones & Smalling are going backwards. Edinson Cavani has refused to confirm he will be staying with Paris Saint Germain beyond this summer, instead revealing that he will first have talks with chairman Nasser al- Khelaifi. Cavani has been strongly linked with a move to England, with both Chelsea and Manchester United said to be keen on the Uruguayan.
From the annals of something new and different comes a broadside from Roy Keane and the debacle known as Manchester United.
The Premier League managerial merry-go-round gathered pace yesterday as Tim Sherwood was thrown out of the Tottenham hotseat - and Sam Allardyce was left clinging on at West Ham. Terry Venables has finally broken his silence over his bitter battle with Alan Sugar - and admitted: "It was the worst time of my life." John Terry has signed a new one-year deal at Chelsea. Lee Cattermole is set to be offered a bumper new four-year deal to stop interest from Stoke and West Ham. Roy Keane has blamed Manchester United's awful season on their spineless midfield and defence. Louis Van Gaal could bring Feyenoord and Holland defender Bruno Martins Indi with him to Manchester United as he looks to replace departing centre-back duo Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand. West Ham have made a £7million bid for Stuttgart defender Antonio Rudiger - despite uncertainty over their own manager Sam Allardyce's future. Barcelona's Javier Mascherano has opened the door on a sensational return to Liverpool, four years after he left Anf ...
Roy KeanE has launched a scathing attack on Phil Jones and Chris Smalling claiming the defensive duo have gone backwards at Manchester United.
Roy Keane believes Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward should take much of the blame for the clubs struggles, and also insisted defensive pair Phil Jones and Chris Smalling have gone backwards.
TRANSFER NEWS: Man Utd eye Indi AND Hummels, Liverpool's Lallana hope, Pochettino to Spurs MANCHESTER UNITED want to bring European defenders Bruno Martins Indi and Mats Hummels to Old Trafford. Liverpool are hopeful over a deal for Southampton star Adam Lallana, Tottenham want Mauricio Pochettino as their next manager and Chelsea tie down John Terry. The end of the season is approaching and clubs are preparing their next moves in the summer transfer market. Here is a roundup of all the latest news, rumours and gossip... Bruno Martins Indi and Matts Hummels have been identified by Manchester United as potential replacements for veteran pair Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic. Liverpool are hopeful of pushing through a deal for England's Adam Lallana before the World Cup. Tottenham want Maurico Pochettino as their new manager after Tim Sherwood was sacked yesterday. John Terry has ended any speculation that he has just completed his last season at Chelsea by signing a new one-year contract. Swansea's Garry Mo ...
Roy Keane has been in his favourite mood, hugely critical, and has attacked Manchester United for a variety of errors over David Moyes' tenure.
Keane tells United duo to "buck up": Roy Keane has read the riot act on Manchester United defenders Phil Jones...
Roy Keane has warned Phil Jones he needs to toughen up if he wants to make it as a Manchester United player.
Roy Keane launches scathing attack on Manchester United. Ed Woodward, Phil Jones and Chris Smalling his victims
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Roy Keane claims that Manchester United duo Chris Smalling and Phil Jones have gone backwards in their development.
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Roy Keane launches scathing attack on Manchester United
Manchester United defender Phil Jones needs to 'toughen up', says Roy Keane - The Independent
Phil Jones has to “toughen up” if he is to stand any chance of fulfilling the lofty predictions made for his career in both an England and Manchester United shirt, according to Roy Keane. [ 17 more words. ]
Roy Keane insists he was happy with David Moyes after the Manchester United manager was sacked last month. The Scot was dismissed just 11 months into his
Arsene Wenger and Arsenal need to part ways - Just recently Manchester United legend Roy Keane said Arsenal needed a reality check they were celebrating beating a second division team like theyâve just won the league and who can blame them w -
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Roy Keane has dismissed speculation linking him with a move back to Old Trafford to become Manchester United assistant manager.
Republic Of Ireland chief John Delaney has said Roy Keane is 100% committed to his job with Ireland and won’t be joining Manchester United (ESPN) De Telegraaf: "Louis Van Gaal is new manager of MUFC. Deal concluded yesterday eve." Sir Alex confirms Gary Neville want to come back at United. Kevin Mirallas urges Marc Wilmots NOT to pick Adnan Januzaj in Belgium's World Cup squad for Brazil.
Louis Van Gaal wants Rene Meulensteen as his assistant at Manchester United if he gets the job. NOT Roy Keane.
Manchester United's players 'should be ashamed of themselves', says Roy Keane
Keane/Van Gaal partnership is a credible prospect for Manchester United, who want a 'thread' to past. …
Roy Keane - the good, the mad and the ugly! Former captain could return to Manchester United as assistant...
Could Roy Keane be on his way back to Manchester United? Hear the thoughts of Kevin Kilbane now with Allan Beswick
Alex Ferguson will resist any effort to install Roy Keane as part of a new-look Manchester United managerial ticket.
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MANCHESTER UNITED GOSSIP David Moyes Moyes spent 11 years as Everton manager but was dismissed at Manchester United after 10 months Former Manchester United manager David Moyes has emerged as a candidate to become Tottenham boss. Full story: London Evening Standard Moyes accused his Manchester United stars of playing like girls during his ill-fated reign at Old Trafford - and claimed they were trying to get him the sack. Full story: the Sun (subscription required) Current Netherlands coach Louis Van Gaal is one of the favourites for the United manager's job, and he would like the club's former midfielder Roy Keane to become his assistant. Full story: Manchester Evening News Ryan Giggs told United's players "we will go back to playing like Manchester United" during his first team talk following his appointment as the club's interim manager. Full story: Daily Telegraph Manchester United co-chairmen Joel and Avram Glazer, plus director brother Bryan, are flying to England to consult with chief executive Ed W ...
Manchester United want to retain "a thread" of their own former players to help manage the club, with Roy Keane emerging as a credible name to assist Louis Van Gaal, who appears to be the No 1 candidate to replace David Moyes.
Louis Van Gaal will consider making Roy Keane his assistant if he is offered the Manchester United job.
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Republic Of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill says he knows nothing about suggestions that his assistant Roy Keane is being lined up for a role in Manchester United's next coaching team.
Today's back pages dissect David Moyes' statement following his sacking by Manchester United, and speculate on a possible Old Trafford return for Roy Keane. ...
Luis Van Gaal and Roy Keane as assistant coach for Manchester United! Experience,Stature and Balls! Sounds good...
Manchester United have approached Van Gaal and he has agreed to take the post. But his condition is that, if he is going to take over, then Roy Keane will have to be made his assistant. So looks like its going to be another Keane vs Fergie showdown. I wouldnt think Ferguson would allow that, especially when he is director. What are your thoughts ?? ~SS
Roy Keane said Manchester United's players 'should be ashamed of themselves' after manager David Moyes was sacked.
Roy KeanE says David Moyes was let down by his players and should have been given more time at Manchester United.
Louis Van Gaal has already met with Manchester United officials and the club has taken the first steps towards appointing him as the new manager, according to ESPN‘s Miguel Delaney. Reportedly, Van Gaal Wants Roy Keane to Join his Backroom Staff.
In tomorrow's Mailbox: Rumours are rife that Louis Van Gaal, widely tipped to replace recently sacked Manchester United boss David Moyes, wants Roy Keane to be his number 2. If this is true do you think Keano should leave Ireland to take up the position?
ITV pundit Roy Keane pulled no punches as he talked to presenter Adrian Chiles at pitchside in Madrid about Manchester United's sacking of David Moyes. In Keane's opinion, Moyes should have been given more time to prove himself at Old Trafford. The United legend also claimed that some of the…
If Martin O'Neill hadn't taken on the Republic Of Ireland Job I would say that he would be the Next Manager incharge of Manchester United. And he would have had a close contest with Roy Keane, but that being said. I would suggest United go for Pep Guardiola. Then again would they have the balls to bring the Special One away from Chelsea??
On this day in 1995, Roy Keane received his first Manchester United red card for this stamp on Gareth Southgate.
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Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane says the Red Devils have a chance of qualification after their first-leg draw with Bayern Munich at Old Trafford. Manchester United will go to Munich for the second leg of the Champions League quarter-final with Bayern boosted in confidence after a 1-1 which saw the home side take the lead through Nemanja Vidic before Bastian Schweinsteiger equalising for the visitors before receiving a red card in the closing stages. Former captain Roy Keane, often a critical voice, was watching for television and saw positives. "They've got a chance," he said. "It's a fair result, the manager, players and fans played their part. You can't begrudge Bayern their equaliser, but Manchester United are more than capable of scoring in the away game. "We've seen United not turn up in big games, so they should go to Bayern with their confidence boosted.
Roy Keane critical of the Manchester United players and reckons that they are "missing a few leaders" in the team
Roy Keane has become the latest ex-Manchester United player to voice his support for David Moyes but he questioned the calibre of United’s coaches and the attitude of our most senior players. “I don’t know where you start,” Keane said. “They need a number of players. Defensively, there are players leaving and I don’t think it helps Nemanja Vidic is going, people are talking about Patrice Evra and obviously Rio and Giggsy are coming to an end. “They are lacking a few leaders at the moment and I don’t think they have that type of player in the group. “But I think United will be all right and David Moyes will get plenty of time. The man deserves it. He’s got vast experience, but his staff – Steve Round and Phil Neville – and a couple of senior players, Rio and Giggsy, they have to step up to the plate. One or two of the new players are getting criticism, but it’s up to the players who have been there a few years who know what United are about. “We had tough days. We ground out res ...
“Forget about beating the West Hams, and the Olympiakoses and Crystal Palaces, that’s not what playing for Manchester United is about, It’s about doing it against the big teams" -Roy Keane
My MANCHESTER UNITED VIEW Bryan Robson, Steve Bruce, Eric Cantona, Roy Keane, Gary Neville. All players who wore that armband and led a Manchester United team full of character and resilience. Our squad lacks character now. Some of the players we have don't embody that United mentality. No passion, no desire nothing. It pained me yesterday watching Patrice Evra, our Captain on the day, shake hands and share a jokes with Pablo Zabaleta and Vincent Kompany in the tunnel before the game. Really, is that what the rivalry has become? A meet and greet for the players? Have they lost the idea of what this rivalry means to the fans? (Or any other rivalry for that matter). Roy Keane would never be in the tunnel laughing it off with Patrick Vieira. We're losing our identity, and it's alarming. We've gone from Fergie saying "i'll knock Liverpool off their perch." to Moyes saying: "We aspire to be like City." Really? A kick in the teeth for every Manchester United fan. I feel let down, i feel betrayed. We offer suppo ...
CANTONA SAYS KEANE WRONG TO BLAME Man Utd CRISIS ON FERGUSON Manchester United legend Eric Cantona has rapped former teammate Roy Keane for his criticism of Sir Alex Ferguson. Keane has blamed Ferguson for the club's current problems. But Cantona told Foot Mercato: “I don’t watch Manchester United’s games any more but I think that Roy Keane has a personal problem with Sir Alex, how else can you come out with that kind of thing? Ferguson left a squad filled with a new generation of young players that he had trained himself. I think it comes down to a clash of egos between the two.”
On this day in 2005, Roy Keane scored his final goal for United in a 4-0 win over Southampton that saw the Reds reach the FA Cup semi-final. Manchester United
I believe in David Moyes but what if Eric Cantona or Roy Keane were Manchester United's manger? 3:) Opposition Manger = Blown Away (wish Jose have a mind game with Roy or Eric) :D
Did you know? Roy Keane ditched Kenny Dalglish at the last moment and joined Manchester United instead of Blackburn Rovers to which Kenny became angry and said 'Nobody does this to me. Nobody does this to Kenny Dalglish'
Roy Keane: "Manchester United need six top quality players."
Roy Keane was visibly fuming after Manchester United fell to an embarrassing defeat to Olympiacos in the Champions League last night, with the former Red Devils legend stating his belief that the club require the addition of 'six top-quality players'. Goals from Alejandro Dominguez and Arsenal loanee Joel Campbell secured a comfortable and fully deserved 2-0 win for the Greek champions at Karaiskakis Stadium as the visitors floundered and only managed to register one solitary shot on target during a game that many had expected them to win comfortably. Manchester United's dire performance drew a typically angry and honest reaction from Keane, who was certainly not afraid to criticise the performance of a team he served with distinction until a slightly acrimonious departure in 2005. "I don't think any of us could have predicted that," he said in his role as an ITV pundit in an analysis that was quoted by The Daily Mirror. "They (United) just never turned up. They (Olympiacos) were very, very good and techn ...
football headlines from the english tabloids Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane took a shot at Michael Carrick and warned that some players will have no future at the club after the Red Devils suffered a painful 2-0 Champions League defeat to Olympiakos. Olympiakos hero Joel Campbell wants to play for Arsenal next season and Arsene Wenger will make a decision on his future in the summer. Christian Eriksen's recent exclusion from the Tottenham side has surprised his national coach Morten Olsen, who has backed the Dane to become one of the best players in the Premier League. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Immediately after the 2-0 defeat to the Olympiakos, Van Persie told the Dutch TV station NOS: "My team-mates are in some of the areas where I want to play." LIVERPOOL ECHO Everton have pipped Manchester United, Chelsea and Spurs to the signature of teenage Irish winger Stephen Kinsella. Everton are set to reap the benefits of Aiden McGeady's hard work in building his fitness since January, says Roberto Ma ...
KEANO! Roy Keane lambasts Michael Carrick and Manchester United during his post match analysis on ITV! Watch the video and let us know if you agree with the Irishman!
Manuel Pellegrini claims that City are now a bigger team than Manchester United. And I say somehow Yes just 4 this season, and Yet I say No. City are currently doing well since they are 3rd and United 7th, but still United are the Premier League Champions, and City Might fail to win this season's trophy. Man United has a rich and it has taken them alot of not to get there. Unlike City that has bought any player @ any price they think can get them success, Man United has done the opposite which is Producing Big names, talk of George Best, Eric Cantona, Olegend, Cristiano Ronaldo, Roy Keane, Peter Schmeichel, Wayne Rooney, Van Der Sar and Many Others who have set records @ Old Trafford.
ARSENAL VS MAN.UNITED: INSIDE A FOOTBALLING MOMENT As someone who grew up watching football, I loved the sport. In the early 90’s, at a time when the country seemed to have its act together, (as far as providing the barest minimum of social awareness and infrastructure) the television was a genuine source of knowledge. The local stations had content (real content in education and entertainment) that beamed information from all over the world right to our living rooms. Football made up a big part of what I saw. Programmes like The Rothmans European Football Show and Futbol Americas kept us in the loop about league and international football from far and wide. The Barclays Premier League was also constant on television back then and by the mid 90s, I knew quite a lot about Manchester United; they were the big boys on the block and if you wanted to be somebody in the BPL, then you had to take them down to get respect. Players like Eric Cantona, Andy Cole, Dwight Yorke, Ole Gunnar, Roy Keane, Nicky Butt and ...
With more cash spent servicing debt than signing players, Moyes is at a disadvantage, while Diego Simeone is counting the cost of indulgence in January David Moyes will attempt to rebuild an empire next summer with Manchester United not likely to participate in the Champions League for the first time since 1995. The manner in which high-class players have avoided signing for the English champions in the past few Transfer Windows - think Thiago Alcantara, Cesc Fabregas and Sami Khedira - does not bode well for their prospects of acquiring the services of performers who can genuinely alter their fortunes. The recent transfer activity at Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco shows that players will still buy into a project provided the money is right but United are falling behind in that context too. Former captain Roy Keane told ITV this week: "They've kind of cut corners in terms of transfers in the last few years, they've not gone out and got the big players, and it's just caught up with them this year." Are Gla ...
Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Ince says the club have no leaders and have not replaced ex-captain Roy Keane.
Roy Keane match clips in action for Manchester United vs Arsenal in the 2005 FA Cup Final. Roy Keane is immense throughout for his side leading by example. A...
Is Juan Mata enough for Manchester United? Is the Spaniard enough to save United's season and help them finish in the top four? With the acquisition of Juan Mata, Manchester United fans might think that their fortunes might change. But this is certainly not an Eric Cantona situation where one man single handedly turns round a team's season and I think the Manchester United boss will have to get another two or three players in. David Moyes has been travelling a lot these days to scout players fit for the club himself. He has been spotted recently in Germany and Italy watching the likes of Arturo Vidal, Marco Reus and İlkay Gündoğan. If we have a look at the realistic and most probable signings it has to Arturo Vidal and İlkay Gündoğan. Both these stars are exactly the kind of players Man United have been lacking for years since the departure of Roy Keane. Moyes might have signed Marouane Fellaini in the summer but he is just not the right successor to the Irishman. Vidal would certainly add a new dim ...
Publisher Orion says Booker Prize-winning novelist Roddy Doyle will work with Former Manchester United star Roy Keane on a memoir exploring the psychological struggles he's faced off the pitch. Click to Continue »
Manchester United: Robbie Savage says 12 players should go By Robbie Savage BBC football pundit Manchester United must spend £200m if they are to rebuild their squad to the standard that once made sides visiting Old Trafford feel helpless. United lost for the third time in a row with defeat at Sunderland on Tuesday and I think as many as 12 of the 27 players who regularly feature for them are now on borrowed time. Blunt United Wayne Rooney tops the Premier League's assist-makers this season but he is the only United player in the top 40. Manchester City, meanwhile, have eight players on the same list The players are getting shot at by people like me, but they should look at themselves. Are they running hard enough? Are they tackling hard enough? Are they putting the same effort in as they did for Sir Alex Ferguson? These are the questions I'd like to ask them, because they do not seem to be. The fear factor I had to deal with at Old Trafford when the likes of Roy Keane, Paul Scholes and David Beckham wer ...
If Sir Alex Ferguson truly loves Manchester United he should walk away now Roy Keane is right with his claim that Sir Alex Ferguson cannot let go of his Old Trafford ties and until he has severed all formal associations, David Moyes will find himself playing second fiddle to The Boss Face in the crowd: But Sir Alex Ferguson is much more than that and his very presence is threatening Manchester United's season Photo: GETTY IMAGES By James Corrigan 9:20PM GMT 10 Dec 2013 46 Comments Just because Roy Keane is completely bitter does not mean he is entirely wrong. Granted, everything the Irishman says about Sir Alex Ferguson has to be taken with a pinch of salt, if not Anthrax. Yet, Keane is right about one thing. Fergie cannot let go. And he really should. Obviously, Keane is overstating it when accusing Ferguson of “still striving for power” at Old Trafford. That does not make much sense, if any at all. Up until May, Ferguson enjoyed as much control at Manchester United as any manager has enjoyed at any ...
AMAZING MAN U FACTS Manchester United have won the FA Cup more often than any other team, but have also lost more FA Cup Finals than any team other than Everton. The first ever floodlit match at Old Trafford was against Bolton Wanderers on March 23 1957. Each pylon stood 160 feet high. Bolton won the game 2-0. Ryan Giggs, Roy Keane and Peter Schmeichel are the only players in the history of English football to have won three sets of Double Winner's Medals, with Manchester United in 1994, 1996 and 1999. In one of the club's biggest upsets, United goalkeeper Gary Bailey saved three penalties against Ipswich Town at Portman Road in 1980. But United still lost the game 6-0. Sir Alex Ferguson's first game as manager of Manchester United was on November 8th 1986 at Oxford United. Oxford won 2-0! Manchester United FC was originally founded in 1878 as a works team for the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Depot at Newton Heath, under the club name Newton Heath L&YR F.C. It wasn’t until 1902 when Manchester Brewe ...
Roy Keane blasts ‘not good enough’ Ashley Young and ‘ridiculous’ Rio Ferdinand during Manchester United victory
Roy Keane has finally said what everyone else is thinking, Ashley Young is not good enough to play for Manchester United
A fascinating study of one of football's most infamous personality clashes between former midfield enforcers Roy Keane of Manchester United and Arsenal's Patrick Vieira.
Football - Premier League Backroom staff the problem at United, not Sir Alex The problem at Manchester United is not the overbearing shadow of Sir Alex Ferguson, as suggested by Roy Keane. Under Sir Alex there was a defined system in place - Ferguson managed and his coaches coached. Now there is a new man at the helm and he doesn’t know how to get the players to respond in the same fashion – it takes years. The players are struggling to react to the coaching and the way David Moyes wants them to play – they can’t deal with it. Moyes struggled to sign players last summer and they will certainly struggle to sign new players this summer if they don’t make the Champions League. I don’ think that Sir Alex’s presence is having an effect – if anything it is a poor transfer strategy that is having the biggest impact on the club. Football at the highest level is increasingly being played through midfield and United have been lacking there for the last few years. They have relied on old heads to get ...
Arsenal legend Patrick Vieira has revealed he started the infamous tunnel row between the Gunners and Manchester United in 2005. Vieira sparked a hostile exchange between the two bitter rivals at Highbury as the players lined up in the tunnel ahead of kick-off. The bust-up was partially captured by television cameras, with United's Roy Keane responding angrily after Vieira exchanged words with Gary Neville. United went on to win the Premier League clash 4-2, with neither side punished for the fracas, and former France star Vieira admitted he caused the tunnel chaos in an ITV documentary, Keane and Vieira: The Best of Enemies, to be screened on Tuesday. "I started it," Vieira said. "I was cool, I was really calm, I was smiling at him - and then he lost it. "When we played at Old Trafford his (Gary Neville's) tackling was flying in on Robert Pires and he was doing it on purpose, and I said 'listen, we are not at Old Trafford here, this is Highbury'. "So I said to him 'if you touch Robert, I will come after ...
Roy Keane: Sir Alex Ferguson still seeks control at Manchester United
Manchester United icon Alex Ferguson's ''massive ego'' means he's still trying to run club claims Roy Keane
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Roy Keane says former manager Sir Alex Ferguson is still attempting to exert his influence at Manchester United. Ferguson, who retired as United manager in May after 26 years and was replaced by Everton boss David Moyes, is now a director at Old Trafford. "Everything is about control and power [with Ferguson]," said Keane, who left United after falling out with the Scot.
Transfer Clock: Manchester United to bid £30m? Toon star nearly signed for Villa ... 8 days down, 23 to go until the Transfer Window opens; Here is our midnight run through of the top five transfer stories from the past 24 hours... 1) Manchester United have been linked with returning for midfielder Kevin Strootman. The Dutchman was touted as being similar to Roy Keane in style during his time at PSV last season and the club were linked with him regularly but did not pursue it once David Moyes took over. He then signed for Roma for £17 million where he has enjoyed an outstanding season so far. The Mirror now report United are considering trying to rectify their error and plan to bid £30 million for him in January to tempt the table-topping Italians into making a quick profit. Strootman would be a fantastic signing for the club, but convincing him and Roma to part ways just a few months into a fantastic partnership is going to be a big long shot, however the Serie A side did prove in the summer they are ...
Everton’s Ireland duo Seamus Coleman and James McCarthy are looking forward to learning from new Republic Of Ireland assistant manager Roy Keane. The Former Manchester United captain enjoyed a tr… …read more Source: Official Everton FC Website
The Rundown: Manchester United v Arsenal: 10 famous matches Manchester United host Arsenal at Old Trafford on Sunday for the latest instalment in one of English football's fiercest rivalries. Here we pick out 10 of the best meetings between the two clubs over the past 25 years. 1- Manchester United 2-1 Arsenal (a.e.t): April 14, 1999, Villa Park (FA Cup semi-final replay) Ryan Giggs's wonder goal can be forgiven for stealing the headlines in what was an exceptional match. United took a first-half lead with a classy long-range strike from David Beckham in a game that ebbed and flowed, until the Gunners equalised midway through the Second Half with a Denis Bergkamp shot that deflected off Jaap Stam and squirmed under the body of Peter Schmeichel. It took on a whole new dimension when Roy Keane was sent off for a second yellow card and, with the introduction of Marc Overmars, Arsenal were all over United. Nicolas Anelka had a goal disallowed for offside and United's dream of an unprecedented trophy haul seem ...
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 ...
Manchester United boss David Moyes defended Ashley Young against fresh diving accusations after their 0-0 draw at Champions League opponents Real Sociedad. Young won a penalty, which was missed by Robin Van Persie, and former United skipper Roy Keane was scathing in his analysis on ITV. "Ashley Young has conned the referee," said the Irishman. However, Moyes adopted a more defensive tone. "I have seen it and the boy certainly tugs him in the box," said the United boss. "If you look the referee is two yards away from it and decided to give it. "All I know is he got a penalty kick from a decision, I don't know anything about reputations or anything. "The referee was there. He made quite a lot of decisions tonight and that one he gave a penalty kick."
Good evening and welcome to the sports news. The Republic Of Ireland are very close to having a new manager. The FAI are currently in talks with former Celtic, Aston Villa and Sunderland manager Martin O'Neil for the main job with Former Manchester United midfielder as well as another former Sunderland manager Roy Keane. Ireland parted company with Giovanni Trapattoni after he failed to guide them to the World Cup. They hope that O'Neil and Keane, who have 61 Northern Ireland caps and 67 republic caps respectively will be appointed by Saturday as they have friendlies against Latvia and Poland coming up. World number one Rafael Nadal made a winning start to his season finale hopes after beating countryman David Ferrer 6-3 6-2. Roger Federer takes on Novak Djockovic in the match at eight tonight at the O2 in London. That's all for now.
'Dream team' is nightmare for some Irish soccer fans It was confirmed today that Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane are set to become the Irish soccer team's new manager and assistant manager respectively. The announcement was strongly signalled over the weekend, but still comes as a shock to those who recall Keane's blazing rows with the team management and national organisation as Irish team captain over a decade ago. The FAI (Football Association of Ireland) said details of the deal had still to be finalised, but that the appointment process with Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane was "at an advanced stage". It is understood that the unveiling of the pair was delayed until Saturday because both O'Neill and Keane are working this week as television commentators. Keane's soccer playing abilities are not questioned after his years as a game-changing midfielder for Manchester United and Ireland. However, his volatile temperament is very well known, and his performance in management has had mixed results in recent year ...
Top 10: Premier League legends 10. Patrick Vieira Patrick Vieira, the Former Arsenal captain, was a rock in the Gunners' midfield for years and a key cog in the unforgettable 'Invincibles' team. 9. Roy Keane Look up talismanic captain in the dictionary and chances are you'll see a picture of Roy Keane, who inspired Manchester United to seven Premier League titles. 8. Alan Shearer No player has scored more Premier League goals than former Newcastle United star Alan Shearer, who bagged a netted 260 times. He won the Premier League title with Blackburn Rovers in 1995. 7. Cristiano Ronaldo Cristiano Ronaldo is arguably the best player to have ever played in the Premier League. He spent six seasons with Manchester United, scoring 84 goals and winning three Premier League titles. 6. Didier Drogba Didier Drogba joined Chelsea in 2004 - and left Stamford Bridge eight years later as one of the club's best ever players. The Ivorian powerhouse won three Premier League titles with the Blues 5. Steven Gerrard Steven G ...
Latest Football News & Transfer Gossips :- - Arsenal are plotting a £7million January bid for West Brom midfield enforcer Youssouf Mulumbu. - Everton are ready to make a £6million bid for Feyenoord and Holland defender Bruno Martins Indi, who has been dubbed "the new Sol Campbell". - Zinedine Zidane is the latest big name to rubbish Alex Ferguson's dismissal of Steven Gerrard. - Jose Mourinho is eyeing a £20million January bid for Everton starlet Ross Barkley. - Liverpool hope Andre Wisdom's loan move to Derby will help them in their pursuit of Rams midfielder Will Hughes. - The BBC and ITV both want Sir Alex Ferguson as a pundit for next summer's World Cup - which could lead to a showdown with Roy Keane, who is currently at ITV. - Wayne Rooney would be happy to enter talks about a new deal at Manchester United. - Manchester United could launch a £12million January bid for Galatasaray's Wesley Sneijder. - Wilfried Zaha has a list of suitors, including Everton, West Ham, Sunderland and former club Crys ...
'I'm flabbergasted by Fergie's attack on Liverpool... he was WRONG on Stevie, WRONG on Rafa and WRONG on Owen ' by Jamie Carragher '' I’ve read with interest his observations on my Liverpool — the era from Roy Evans to Brendan Rodgers — and feel obliged to put across my own opinions. Some of the things Ferguson has said about Liverpool are right. Others are totally wrong. Take the reference to Steven Gerrard not being ‘a top, top player’. I found that outrageous. He won a Champions League final almost single-handedlyin 2005. I didn’t see anyone do that for Ferguson on the two occasions Manchester United won it, 1999 and 2008. Ferguson’s opinion is authoritative but I’d love to know who he does class as a ‘top, top player’; he says Stevie never got a kick against Roy Keane and Paul Scholes, but I don’t remember that to be the case. What I do remember is Stevie scoring big goals against United — like the League Cup final in 2003 — and setting up winning goals for Danny Murphy at Ol ...
The retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson as manager at Manchester United now makes his fiercest rival Arsene Wenger the longest serving manager in the English Premier League. This rivalry left in its wake memorable on- and off-pitch moments reminiscent of the league's golden years: The Patrick Vieira - Roy Keane (dynamic captains and great midfielders) famous battles, the Thierry Henry - Ruud van Nistelroy (sublime finishers) top scorer 'fights' and numerous Wenger - Ferguson spats. Sir Alex Ferguson in recognition of his rivalry with Arsene Wenger dedicated a chapter in his new book to 'Competing with Wenger'. Two great football clubs. Two glorious managers. One worldwide sport.
Dean Saunders on the season so far at Old Trafford: "I look at Manchester United now and they aren't right in the middle of midfield, they don't have the pace and sharpness that players of the past have had like Roy Keane, Paul Scholes and David Beckham."
Ex-Westlife star Shane Filan talks Zidane, Figo & why Manchester United must buy Fabregas Goal sat down with Shane Filan, about to launch a solo career following 14 years of record-breaking success with Westlife, to talk Manchester United, playing alongside Zinedine Zidane, Luis Figo - and Hollywood A-lister Woody Harrelson. What's your favourite Manchester United memory? SF: It'd be the '99 Champions League. When you look back at it all, the way it turned on its head in a matter of minutes... excitement-wise, it's probably the best game of football I've ever witnessed. You just couldn't believe what was happening in front of your eyes, it was incredible. We were actually doing a video shoot out in Tenerife at the time, the If I Let You Go video shoot, but for every United fan that should be the highlight! Who is your favourite Manchester United player of all time? SF: Of my era growing up, I'm going to say Roy Keane. He's exactly who we're missing now in the team. We need a young Scholes again actually, ...
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Sir Alex Ferguson "when Paul Scholes and Roy Keane were playing together for Manchester United against Liverpool, Gerrard seldom had a kick”.
Arsenal hero Martin Keown has taken aim at Manchester United legend Roy Keane. Keown, commenting on England's win over Montenegro, wrote in the Daily Mail: "Roy Keane was very harsh on Joe Hart in the ITV studio before the game, saying he should have been dropped six months ago. Maybe that is why he’s no longer a manager. "Yes, Hart’s had some bad moments but he’s a good keeper and Roy Hodgson was right to stand by him. You can’t just change your keeper for such a big game. Hart was good last night, dealing well with covering at the back. He looked very positive in everything he did and not at all nervous. He was under huge pressure but showed his class."
Today In Our Irish History October 10th 1084 - Patrick, Bishop of Dublin, dies in a shipwreck 1711 - The Linen Board meets for the first time 1771 - During his visit to Ireland, Benjamin Franklin attends a meeting of the House of Commons on this date 1790 - Birth in Co. Tipperary of Fr. Theobald Matthew, “The Apostle of Temperance” and campaigner against alcohol 1819 - Birth in Templemore, Co. Tipperary of Charles Stanley Monck, the first Governor General of Canada 1865 - Magee College is opened as a combined arts and Presbyterian theological college in Derry/Londonderry 1899 - Irish Transvaal Committee is formed to aid Boers against the English 1899 - Eoin O Grownley, Irish language scholar, dies 1969 - The Hunt Committee Report on Ulster police recommends abolition of the B-special troops and the creation of the Ulster Defence Regiment 1971 - Birth in Cork of Roy Keane, football player for the Cobh Ramblers, Nottingham Forest, Manchester United and the Republic Of Ireland 1981 - The Fureys reach no. ...
David Moyse: When you think of Manchester United you think of Champions, you think of past players like: Duncan Edwards, Sir Bobby Charlton, Dennis Law, George Best, Bryan Robson, Mark Hughes, Steve Bruce, Gary Pallister, David Beckham, Eric Cantona, Roy Keane, Paul Scholes, Andy Cole, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Ruud Van Nistelrooy and Cristiano Ronaldo!!! You need players who are worthy of wearing the Manchester United shirt not the likes of: Anderson, Nani,Young, Welbeck, Cleverley, Valencia and Kagawa!!! Get rid and get buying in January!
Manchester United vs Bayer Leverkusen KO 19:45 For United this is their 18th consecutive UEFA Champions League campaign but for Moyes, it is his first taste of the group stage of a competition that the English title holders won twice under his predecessor, Sir Alex Ferguson. This is also the first UEFA Champions League fixture as a coach for Leverkusen's Sami Hyypiä, a winner as a player with Liverpool FC in 2005. Previous Meetings; Leverkusen overcame United on away goals when the clubs met for the first time in the 2001/02 semi-finals. That tie began with a 2-2 first-leg draw at Old Trafford, United leading twice through a Boris Živković own goal (29) and Ruud Van Nistelrooy penalty (67) and Leverkusen responding through Michael Ballack (62) and Oliver Neuville (75). Neuville's 45th-minute equaliser back in Germany cancelled out a Roy Keane goal (28), earning Klaus Toppmöller's Leverkusen a 1-1 draw on the night and victory on away goals. Ryan Giggs is the only survivor in either squad of that 2002 ...
10 football comebacks and what those involved had to say 'bout them. Juventus 2 Manchester United 3 Champions League semi-final second leg 1999 Having taken a 1-1 first leg result to Turin, Filippo Inzaghi made the task in hand a difficult one with two goals in the first 11 minutes. With Roy Keane booked and set to miss the final, should United make it, the English side were up against it. But Keane rolled up his sleeves, produced one of the most inspiring of European performances to drag his team back in to it. Dwight Yorke and Keane levelled the match before Andy Cole scored late on to put the seal on United's return to the biggest stage of European football after a 31year absence. Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson on Roy Keane: “It was the most emphatic display of selflessness I have seen on a football field. Pounding over every blade of grass competing if he would rather die of exhaustion than lose he inspired all around him. I felt it was an honour to be associated with such a player”. ... ...
Manchester United are going to bring Paul Scholes, Roy Keane and Nicky Butt out of retirement to solve their midfield issues
20 years ago, last Thursday, Roy Keane joined Manchester United from Nottingham Forest. Imagine a midfield signing like th…
Manchester United's interest in Cesc Fabregas proves just how much they've missed a biting midfielder since retirement of Roy Keane.
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Article on SkySports. makes me quite giddy at the thought of this midfield purring away and stopping everything in it's tracks! COYS SD "Rate the central core of any Premier League team and it's not long before you're remembering the benchmark standard set by Patrick Vieira and Emmanuel Petit in the late 1990s. In the first of Petit's three seasons at Arsenal, the creative-destructive duo claimed a double before heading back to their homeland to put the World Cup to rights as well. Even though the Gunners failed to retain their crown in 1998-99, the pair were arguably even better in that campaign and both were picked for the PFA Team of the Year. Manchester United's Roy Keane and Paul Scholes are the main rivals to the Frenchmen when considering the greatest midfield partnership of the last 20-odd years, but it's arguably the Petit-Vieira axis that's referenced the most. However, consistent two-man combos are much rarer these days. Squad rotation is the norm, and with three attackers favoured in the forwa ...
Team: Sunderland, 2002-2003 Overview: If Manchester United have been the dominant club of the Premier League era, then Sunderland could very well be the complete opposite. They’ve been relegated three times, and have set the record for least amount of points in Premiership history on two separate occasions. The first time was in 2002-2003 when they limped out of the Premiership with a mere four league victories and a record-low 19 points. They actually had some talent, including striker Kevin Phillips, who once won the Golden Boot with 30 Premiership goals. Unfortunately for Sunderland, Phillips only managed 6 league goals, Lowlights: They did well against league champion Manchester United that season. They drew 1-1 in August, clawing back from a 1-0 deficit to earn a point (future Sunderland manager Roy Keane was sent off in that match, ironically). In the reverse fixture, they led 1-0 for most of the match on a Juan Veron own goal before giving up two late United goals to lose, 2-1. They beat United 7 ...
Now that's an unusual Manchester United picture. I wonder if Roy Keane, Bryan Robson and Nobby Stiles would have posed for that?
United set to announce first major signings June 29, 2013 Manchester United are set to announce the signings Ezequiel Garay and Kevin Strootman this week. A deal worth £17m for the Argentinian defender is to be completed. Garay has been looking for property in the Cheshire area, with the Argentine defender set to finalise his move from Benfica. The Portuguese club have already moved to identify his replacements with the acquisitions of 26-year old Canadian born Portuguese defender Steven Vitória, and 23-year old Argentine Lisandro Ezequiel López. Kevin Strootman will follow Garay to Old Trafford. Strootman now a regular in the Dutch national team is keen on a move to the champions and PSV will command a fee of £15m from United for the Dutch Under-21 captain. He is box-to-box ball- winning midfielder with an aggressive and imposing figure in the centre of the park. United seek to secure his services in a position they have been looking to fill since the departure of Roy Keane in November 2005. And with ...
Great line "Moyes needs to identify a Yaya Toure figure, or find the Holy Grail of a new Roy Keane".
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I hate Manchester United and every dirty little thing to do with them, and it is clear I am not the only one If any one thing epitomises the abhorrent way Manchester United conduct their business, it would be the thuggish tackle Roy Keane subjected Alf-Inge Haaland to in a Manchester derby, this tackle eventually lead to Haaland’s retirement. If that tackle doesn’t quite sum up this repungent club perhaps the wild karate kick that Eric Cantona launched at a Crystal Palace fan would be better. I imagine many Manchester City, Liverpool, Leeds, Arsenal and Chelsea fans will agree with this whilst United fans will label me bitter and jealous of their success. When Sergio Aguero scored against QPR at 93 minutes and 20 seconds it wasn’t just City fans celebrating. The Sunderland fans were doing the Poznan and cheers were heard from Stamford Bridge to Carrow Road when the result was announced. Nearly all of football were celebrating, not because they were happy for Manchester City – I’m sure some of t ...
Manchester - In the transfer market this season, Manchester United linked with Cesc Fabregas and Robert Lewandowski. According to Rio Ferdinand, it's stupid if the player refuses to play at Old Trafford. 34-year-old defender was confirmed that there was no better place than with the Red Devils if you want to be a footballer greater. The former Leeds United player Cristiano Ronaldo's take an example. Portuguese player was assessed Ferdinand could be like at this time due to playing with Manchester United. Therefore, the British player took Fabregas and Lewandowski did not hesitate to join the MU. "If Manchester United came to bid, you have to accept it. Though you are a good player, you will be more intense at this club and one example is Cristiano Ronaldo," he told The Sun. "Players like Rya Giggs, Roy Keane, David Beckham, Andy Cole all become great players at United. If you are an ambitious player, then you should playing at a top club. At the age of 23-27 years, won many trophies is important, "he clos ...
According to Alistair Fergusson (Editor for FA Premier League channel, Sky Sports, ITV and C4), Manchester United are close to signing Kevin Strootman and Thiago and are still trying to tie up a deal for Cristiano Ronaldo.
The last 2 football matches I watched live at a stadium here in Malaysia were back in 1997 and 1995. In 1995, Manchester United visited Malaysia and trounced Selangor FC by 4-1. Although it was just friendly match but the satisfaction of watching players of the highest calibre wt the likes of Roy Keane, Paul Scholes, Gary Neville, David Beckham, Gary Pallister, Nicky Butt, Peter Schmeichel, Dennis Irwin, Steve Bruce and many others who are now legends was gratifying to say the least. Again in 1997, the exhilarating experience of witnessing Argentina who went on to become the FIFA U-20 World Champions, wt players such as Riquelme and Pablo Aimar, took on Ireland was totally out of the world. In both instances, the matches went on without a hitch. The atmosphere was one of a carnival. Fans and supporters came in their team's jersey and kit. It was fantastic. It was magnificent. But tonight was a shameful night for Malaysian football. Not because of the players, nor because of teams involved. Neither was it ...
no confusion, he's an ex-Manchester United player. See Mark Hughes, Roy Keane, Bryan Robson.
Roy Keane's renegade streak always marked him out as a potentially great pundit. His performance on Tuesday night shows he is now delivering on that promise, writes Jonathan Liew Despite finishing as a goalless draw, the World Cup qualifier between Spain and Ireland in Seville in 1992 was notable for two reasons. The first was the memorable and unintentionally mirthful reaction of RTE commentator George Hamilton to the Spain manager’s decision to substitute Emilio Butragueno: “He’s pulling him off! The Spanish manager is pulling his captain off!" The other was that it was the night when Roy Keane came of age as a world-class midfielder. RELATED ARTICLES Nani red card - do you agree with Roy Keane and the referee. or do you side with everyone else? Manchester United red with rage after referee wrecks Champions League dream with Nani red card against Real Wayne Rooney's time at Old Trafford could be up after being dropped in the Manchester United v Real Madrid match Jack Charlton’s Ireland was an ug ...
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Manchester United legend Paddy Crerand has launched a stinging attack on Roy Keane after his defence of controversial referee Cuneyt Cakir. The Turkish official dismissed United's Nani.
Paddy Crerand, who played for Manchester United from 1963-1971, told BBC Radio Ulster: "Roy Keane was in a minority of one. Not one person said it was a red card except Roy. Does Roy want to be noticed? Play media Crerand sees red over Keane Nani view "Why are we talking about Roy Keane? Why do we not talk about the 99.9% of people who said it wasn't a sending off. Why are we talking about Roy Keane - because he played for Manchester United. Well, let me tell you something. I played with Manchester United, I played in a European Cup final, Roy didn't. The referee was wrong."
Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson and his players face disciplinary action after refusing to speak to the media following their controversial Champions League exit to Real Madrid. European football's governing body UEFA said on Wednesday that their disciplinary commission would look into the incidents at a meeting on March 21. Ferguson is in trouble for not attending the mandatory press conference after his side's 2-1 loss to Real at Old Trafford, a game which turned on the second-half dismissal of Nani. Assistant manager Mike Phelan faced the press instead while United players passed through the mixed zone refusing to talk to reporters. -AFP
Michael Owen believes Wayne Rooney's omission from Manchester United's line-up against Real Madrid was a "real kick in the teeth" for his former team-mate.
Rio Ferdinand could face Uefa action Uefa wait to see if Cuneyt Cakir includes incident in report Rio Ferdinand may face action for his sarcastic applause of the referee Cuneyt Cakir following the end of Manchester United's 2-1 defeat to Real Madrid after the Turkish official had sent off Nani. Uefa will wait to see if Cakir or the match delegate include the incident in their reports on the game and then decide what, if any action, may be taken. There is a 48-hour deadline for the files to be lodged with the governing body. Roy Keane, the former United captain, insisted the decision was correct in his role as a pundit for ITV. He said: "I think the referee has actually made the right call. Everyone's upset about it and it's slightly unlucky, but it's dangerous play. Whether he meant it or not is irrelevant. It's dangerous play – it's a red card. "You have to be aware of other players on the pitch. Does he [Nani] think he's going to have 20 yards to himself? It doesn't matter if he knows there's somebody ...
Arfo your heads in masses Almanao Variyal not Ahzmkm = reservoir honor Diego Lopez saved 7 balls against Manchester United; more than any other game since joining Real Madrid = best successor to the best predecessor ... Markka addressed after the game: the tenth not dream = true Shawal: hinted the player running, jumping and without the ball, push the leg more during the collision, try representation, expelled Due = Giem A witness from her family \ Roy Keane: "expulsion Nani true" = recognition St. Casillas "" flying hats to you, Lopez "" = honor Sergio Ramos more player won contributions (air or ground) against Manchester United (10 from 13) a 76.9% success rate = Serial Killer Albrchillona Arif dominated Real Madrid nor Aref rejoices defeat in front of any other club = heartburn The lesson ended, sirs,,, and the usual hero riyal ♥ Rafael Paran Royal lovers
Mixed reaction to Nani's red card Manchester United assistant manager Mike Phelan: "The manager is not in a state to talk to the referee about the decision. I think it speaks volumes I am here (in the post-match news conference) speaking now and not the manager of this fantastic football club. The decision seemed very harsh, possibly incredible at that moment in the game." Real Madrid midfielder Xabi Alonso: "It was a difficult decision to take from the referee, but we have seen in many previous games that it can be harder playing against 10 men." Everton manager David Moyes: "I think tonight Sir Alex Ferguson will be rightly as angry as he has ever been. The decision changed the game. "I am looking from a manager's point of view and Manchester United have had a hard time tonight. I think they have a right to surround the referee. The decision was poor and it has cost them the biggest prize in football." Former Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane: "In my career I would think 'did I give the referee a c ...
Manchester United fans have reacted furiously after Roy Keane claimed the decision to send off Nani in the Champions League clash with Real Madrid was the right one.
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Paolo Di Canio's brilliant revenge and possibly Roy Keane's on Manchester United for
- Di Canio's sweet revenge and Roy Keane's on Manchester United.
It is rare these days to find players that match the unprecedented devotion of Manchester United Legends Bryan Robson and Roy Keane. Their desire to succeed was extraordinary, captaining their respective teams to many years of unrivalled success and achievement. Both enjoyed twelve year stints at Old Trafford, winning no less than 19 major trophies between them. So which of these two midfield generals can be considered the greatest?
Watch Arsenal & Manchester United captains Patrick Vieira and Roy Keane have their famous spat eight years ago today
To Oll de ManU's fans LOL :o The following post is off topic and meant in jest. Although every word of it is true: 1. Mike Dean, referee, when Blackburn beat Manchester United 3-2 and hasn't refereed a Manchester United game since. 2. Mike Dean - referee, in 2010, after Manchester United's defeat to Chelsea, was demoted to the Championship. 3. Alan Wiley, called "fat and unfit" by Alex after Manchester United's draw with Sunderland," agreed to retire" that season, he was also the ref on OT when the mancs lost 1-4 to Liverpool. ... 4. Mark Clattenburg refereed Manchester United's 6-1 defeat to Manchester City, hasn't refereed a single Manchester United game after that Manchester derby. (has acted as 4th official in 3) 5. Martin Atkinson -Involved in Manchester United's defeat to Chelsea, criticized by Alex, hasn't refereed Manchester United game since. 6. Ex referee Jeff Winter openly stating that he hadn't been given a Manchester United game for 2 years after sending Roy Keane off. 7. Howard Webb has been ...
Victor Wanyama As well as a new left-back and centre-back, Manchester United also need a new midfield enforcer, someone in the same mould as Roy Keane, who Sir Alex has never really quite managed to replace. United have been linked with a move for Celtic’s Victor Wanyama in recent days, and the powerful Kenyan international can play both at centre-back and as a defensive midfielder, which would seem to resolve United’s woes in both areas of the pitch. With Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs looking likely to call time on their storied careers at Old Trafford, United really are going to need a reinforcement, and £10 million rated Victor Wanyama could be just the man for the job.
Since the Premiership began in 1992 Liverpool vs Manchester United has witnessed: *14 red cards: 8 for united ( 3 Nimanja Vidic, 1 for each of Denis Irwin, Luke Chadwick, Paul Scholes, Wes Brown, Andrew Cole) 6 for liverpool ( 2 Javier Mascherano, 1 for each of Sami Hyypia, Michael Owen, Jonjo Shelvey, Danny Murphy) *58 yellow cards: 30 for United ( 7 for Roy Keane, 6 for Paul Scholes, 4 for Phil Neville and Mikael Silvestre, 3 for Rio Ferdinand, Wayne Rooney and Patrice Evra) 28 for liverpool ( 10 for Jamie Carragher, 5 for Jamie Redknapp, 4 for Steven Gerrard, 3 for Michael Thomas, Javier Mascherano and Xabi Alonso) GS
Well, with no hate towards any one, but I have a question to Manchester United fans. How could you all guys support Sir Alex Ferguson in saying that Ashley Williams should be banned for what he did against Van Persie when a several years ago you had Roy Keane in your team. One of the most physical midfielders in the history of the Premier League, will all he had done, career-ending tackles and numerous fights including the one against Patrick Viera Sir Alex always defended his captain in that regards, never ever spoke a word against him. Isn't this an example of double standards? - AH
Not Celtic but because his football player got hit on the head with a football while playing football Alex Ferguson is outraged (somebody want to tell him that getting hit by a ball might happen when playing football especially if you're lying on the ground?) He thinks the player deserves to be banned, this is the same Alex Ferguson who gave Roy Keane captaincy year after year despite Keane admitting to having intentions to ending a players career. Not only this but not once did Sir Alex say anything never mind apologise on behalf off Manchester United for the poor child supporting Swansea who lost and eye because the Man Utd fans threw a flare into the Swansea fans which resulted in the kids eye being lost. Alex Ferguson the red nosed hypocrite. Ryan
lol Gary Neville And if you could give me back 15 days of my life, then a good few of them would be in that pub singing those songs with my team-mates. By 8pm the pub would be full with Manchester United fans, which now seems like a throwback to another era. Looking around at people like Ole Gunnar Solskjaer or Jaap Stam singing United songs at a traditional Manchester pub with the fans was a great bonding experience. And you got to see people as you never normally would. We found out in 1998 that Dwight Yorke could balance 25 cocktails on a tray on his head and walk round the club serving every player. We heard Roy Keane deliver one of the all-time funniest speeches that no one will ever forget
It looks like our 'contract rebel' Nani is headed for the exit door. The 26 year old winger has been left out of the official Manchester United 2013 Calendar. I love Nani but obviously you all know what happens to a player who tries to get cocky with Sir Alex. David Beckham, Roy Keane, Paul Pogba, Ravel Morrison and Ruud van Nisteroy are perfect examples.
On Saturday evening, Republic Of Ireland and Manchester United legend, Roy Keane and his family, were in for a bite to eat. Today, Harry Redknapp and Kevin Bond were lurking around the pub while waiting for their gate, posing for many photos.
Michael Carrick captains Manchester United. He's the anti Roy Keane, what has the world come to
Whether you're a Man U lover, hater or mere bystander, this article sent in by a friend will interest you. Enjoy it... Jeff Winter, a retired referee, once sent Roy Keane off in a match. He was then criticised by Sir Alex Ferguson and not given a Manchester United game to referee for two years. Alain Wiley refereed a United game and despite sending off Kieran Richardson of Sunderland, he was lambasted by Ferguson for being “fat and unfit”. The game ended 2-2. That would be the end of Wiley’s refereeing career. On his Wikipedia page, it is reported that Wiley “agreed to retire” at the end of that season. Agreed with whom? No one knows. Manchester City romped to a 6-1 win at Old Trafford, inflicting on their city rivals their biggest embarrassment under Ferguson. The referee on that day was Mark Clattenburg. He sent Johnny Evans off in the Second Half for a clear professional foul. There have been 34 Manchester United league games since that day. The number of times Clattenburg has refereed them? ...
To this day, I think my favorite Manchester United vs Arsenal moment has to be Roy Keane vs Patrick Vieira in the tunnel. Epic.
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Roberto Mancini has defended Joe Hart against Roy Keane's accusation that the Manchester City goalkeeper can be "cocky". Keane, the Former Manchester United and Republic Of Ireland captain, made the claim before Hart's mistake that allowed Poland's equaliser during England's 1-1 draw in the week's World Cup qualifier.
Former Manchester United captain and television pundit Roy Keane over the goal he conceded against Poland on Wednesday. Daily Telegraph
Ex-referee Jeff Winter criticises Sir AlexFerguson's 'double standards'. "Very early in my Premier League career I sent Roy Keane off and incurred Fergie's wrath for doing so," said Winter, according to The Sun. "In the course of the next two seasons Idid not get a single Manchester United game, even though I refereed every other Premier League club at least five or six times." "The FA is reticent to give Manchester United games to referees that Ferguson has criticised!
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