Roy Keane picks his ULTIMATE Man United Premier League XI 🤩 | Monday Night Football

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David Beckham, Wayne Rooney and more...Roy Keane reveals his ULTIMATE Man United Premier League XI during Monday Night Football with Jamie Carragher.

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Roy is such a class act, always thinking and worrying about all his team mates he couldnt fit in, he has so much respect and and devotion to them.
Its a joy to watch his passion when he speaks about them all.

Author — Tony Shiakallis

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“There’s no stopping him now” about Gary Neville is definitely one of the most accurate things ever 😂

Author — chinedu obuekwe

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Keane's comments on David Beckham, both on this show and in other places, always solidify what pretty much what everyone who has played with him always says... A player who, despite being arguably the biggest superstar in the sport at the time, was always a hard worker on and off the pitch and a consummate professional.

Author — Jay Nines

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Love how Roy always resorts to his iconic sayings "his family comes from a good background, " "good lad, " "good character, " "top professional" instead of talking about their actual footballing abilities. Love this guy 😂

Author — Jon Bon

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Van Nistelrooy had the most aesthetically pleasing finishing I've ever seen. Immediate, deadly. Unfortunately the team he went into had a bit of trouble, for one reason or the other. He may not have had quite the technique of Lewandowski or Benzema, nor a team behind him that harmonized as well at the time as Bayern and REal do now, but his strikes and instinct would be unrivaled even today.

Author — Random Kili Interviews

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Roy Keane just loves Denis Irwin. What a player Denis was though. Both feet, LB, RB, penelties, free kicks, consistent, UCL, multiple PL titles. He had it all.

Author — Eoin

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Glad to see Rooney got the credit he deserves from Roy. Rooney’s usually rated highly, but still not highly enough sometimes. He was incredible throughout his time at United.

Author — Ben H2

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“There’s no stopping him now” about Gary Neville is definitely one of the most accurate things ever 😂

Author — Xavier

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Roy was made out to be a cantankerous, grumpy, lonely man when he was at United but you can tell he is far from it. He is loyal to a fault, funny and knowledgable but one thing he wants is people to have the same winning mentality as him which was what he learnt from Clough and Fergie. 100% the greatest PL captain and thats coming from a Liverpool season ticket holder.

Author — Ukrapinsider

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What a brilliant watch. Even Jamie looked right into the a man utd team and all the stories Roy had to offer coming from a Liverpool man as well. Excellent 👌🏼

Author — NELLY Legend

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He might be biased but you can tell what a great captain Roy was because he chose players not only based on their skills but most importantly on loyalties, of the good memories he shared with them as teammates, their characters, their working ethics, and he still felt bad leaving anyone out!

Author — FEdg

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I could listen to Roy Keane all day long, funny, intelligent and honest. Class act👍

Author — N H

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As a Liverpool fan I never thought I would say this but I LOVE KEANO. He is the kinda guy you would want on your end no matter what the situation. Humility, loyalty, a winning attitude... a little mischief. What a guy.

Author — Instills Digital

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I like how he’s played with some of the most talented players of that generation but it’s still all about attitude and the character, the basics

Author — Poo Lee

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Paul Ince was actually as well-rounded a midfielder as you could wish for. He could even dribble. Far from just a holding player and he held his own in Italy when it still really meant a lot. Was happy when he came to LFC and he did well for us.

Author — Moses Rocco

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Roy Keane's loyalty to his teammates is always funny yet wholesome to me lol. His face at the start saying he don't like doing this, reminds me of that time him and Jamie did the combined XI.."no Giggsy?" lol.

Author — Michael Hughes

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Liverpool fan but Jaap Stam for how short a stay he had in England had the biggest impact. Probably the best we've ever seen. Similar to Van Dijk now and before you get on me, Gary Neville himself had compared the two many times. Just make defending look a piece of cake and utterly demoralise attackers.

Author — XXIVVIXCIII

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Had Roy played with Vidic he’d have loved him. But from reading his book, I knew he’d pick Pally. They were a chaotic and brilliant duo I’d say haha.

Author — Aidan Leahy

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Roy reminiscing about his era in football reminds me of being a kid playing football with jumpers for goalposts....those were the days...watching titans of the game play it the way it should be

Author — Reymond Power

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The Roy Keane Greatest Player Criteria:
Good Lad
Great Character
Denis Irwin

Author — sportsdictionary