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pede54 said:Only teams that are very desperate would want a has been in the team.And before all the Mancs (and psuedo mancs),get on my case,face the reality.Keane was finished a long time before this.He has been a passenger for this season at least.I do not dismiss the leadership and midfield skills that he had once.In his day he was a giant.
Man U were never gonna renew his contract.I suppose Roy thought Man U would never let him go.He had a lot to do with Beckhams departure,always Fergusons ass licker the tables have been turned and he dont like it one bit.
He'll probably end up in Scotland because up there he would still look like a good player.Another Prem team?....No way.He couldn't hack it anymore.I used to like him as a player,but as a man...he has an over inflated ego,too many nasty prejudicies and at the end of the day is a career ending thug....and he sulks like a little kid.Now Man U can begin to build something without this self opinionated has been, getting in the way.
Gaz...most of your pics show Keane as a thug.....is that how you see him too?
Roy Keane was (and is still) unbeaten as a boxer in his younger days, so I'm not so sure about that one.James007 said:If Shearer had returned his feelings Roy Keane would be a few rungs lower on the ladder, he may have broken legs but his reputation is partly a veil.
nah, not bs. Rooney was growing up as a boxer and was ready to become one, until Everton came along and he went with his heart.ngyc said:i thought rooney and his brother used to be a boxer as well? may be just some bs i heard from other web site