Roy Keane

‘Idiots, scumbags, it’s a disgrace’: Roy Keane reacts to pitch invasion at Etihad Stadium

Roy Keane has branded the Manchester City fans who allegedly assaulted Aston Villa goalkeeper Robin Olsen as “idiots” and “scumbags”.Large numbers of home supporters entered the Etihad Stadium playing surface after Pep Guardiola’s side secured their Premier League triumph with a dramatic 3-2 victory.In the melee, images shown by Sky Sports suggested that Olsen had clashed with several home fans, with his club saying that the Swedish goalkeeper had taken a “bang on the back of the head”, but was “completely fine”.Manchester City have confirmed that they will investigate the indicent and “sincerely apologise” to Olsen.A statement from Manchester City...
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Roy Keane: “Idiots. Scumbags. Disgrace.”

The former Manchester United and Irish captain Roy Keane was on Sky Sports today and called the fans that ran onto the pitch and assaulted Aston Villa goalkeeper Robin Olsen “Idiots. Scumbags. Disgrace.” The Cork man is absolutely correct and is worried that one day something serious could happen.
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Roy Keane questions ‘logic’ of Manchester United letting Cristiano Ronaldo go

Roy Keane has said that Manchester United have “bigger problems” than Cristiano Ronaldo and that he would not understand the “logic” if the club let the 37-year-old go this summer.The Portuguese forward scored his 18th Premier League goal of the season during the 3-0 victory over Brentford, and has 14 more goals in all competitions than any other Manchester United player.Ronaldo returned to Old Trafford for a second stint at the club last year, signing a two-year contract after leaving Juventus.It has, however, been suggested that Erik ten Hag could look to the future and jettison Ronaldo when he takes...

Roy Keane: Everton and Jordan Pickford's time-wasting was disgraceful - but I get it

Roy Keane described Everton’s time-wasting tactics as “disgraceful” in the 1-0 win over Chelsea at Goodison Park, but admitted he “gets it”. Everton are 18th in the Premier League table, just two points behind Leeds and Burnley outside of the relegation zone with a game in hand on both. Burnley enjoyed a hard-earned 2-1 comeback victory over Watford on Saturday, meaning the pressure was on for Frank Lampard and the Toffees to get a result.

‘He smiles too much’: Roy Keane criticises Man Utd forward Marcus Rashford ahead of Chelsea clash

Manchester United legend Roy Keane has called out Marcus Rashford for “smiling too much” before their game against Chelsea on Thursday evening.Rashford started in United’s 1-1 draw with Chelsea at Old Trafford in a match where the hosts were fortunate to come away with a point.And Rashford, who has failed to show any sort of form all season, was dragged off with 10 minutes remaining following another indifferent display.But Keane, a heavy critic of this current Man Utd team, spotted something he didn’t like about the England man’s attitude before the game even began.When asked if he is playing for...