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Vieira Picks SIX Reds, Four Arsenal Players… But Snubs City For Best XI

Patrick Vieira was interviewed by SportingIntelligence.com and asked which players would make his best XI from all the years he’s played in England. Remarkably, Vieira’s team, which he couldn’t restrict to just eleven players, was filled with Manchester United players, some Arsenal players, and nobody from his current club, Manchester City. “I would pick out [...]

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Giggs: How Do You Replace Keaney? You Dont.

Ryan Giggs has reflected on what makes our club what it is, with it continually replacing the most important and effective player with someone else. “Over the last 20 years, lots of good players have left United,” said Giggs. “How do you replace Keaney? You don’t. You are never going to get another Roy Keane, [...]

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Pique: Keano Used To Give Half Time Team Talks

Former Manchester United defender, Gerard Pique, claims that during half-time in the dressing room, it was captain Roy Keane who used to address the players. “He is the player that has the most influence in a dressing room that I have ever seen,” said Pique. “I have been in many dressing rooms and with very [...]

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Who Is The Hardest United Captain?

Who Is The Hardest United Captain?

After Nemanja Vidic has been named Manchester United captain, the man who we claim will murder the opposition, it begs the question over who our hardest captain has been.

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Keano and Giggsy Emphasise Carragher’s Testimonial Embarrassment

Keano and Giggsy Emphasise Carragher’s Testimonial Embarrassment

Just 35,361 fans bothered to show up for Jamie Carragher’s testimonial today, making the ground just 78% full. In 2005, Old Trafford had an attendance of 69,591 for Roy Keane’s testimonial, which is even more impressive when you consider that just two months earlier, United set a record attendance in the Premiership of 69,070. Sell [...]

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Fletch: Keano Taught Me The United Rules

Darren Fletcher has again paid homage to Roy Keane. “When I lost the ball, he used to tear me to pieces,” said Fletcher. “He’d scream, ‘Control the effing ball, watch your effing passes’. I remember one day when I was looking at messages on my mobile with him alongside. He annihilated me. He humiliated me [...]

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Fletch: Roy Made Me Who I Am

Following our humiliating 4-1 defeat at Middlesbrough in 2005, Roy Keane had a massive rant on MUTV, ripping apart so many of our players for their attitude and performance. Darren Fletcher was one of those players and the opinions of Keane were reflected by most of our fan base. Fletcher wasn’t good enough, and as [...]

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Cole: Keano The Only Boss On The Pitch Captain

Cole: Keano The Only Boss On The Pitch Captain

In light of the debate of whether John Terry should remain England captain following his disgraceful behaviour towards team mate Wayne Bridge, former United player and current United season ticket holder, Andrew Cole, has spoken about the role of the football captain.

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KEANO! There’s Only One Keano!

KEANO! There’s Only One Keano!
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Keano: Hughes Shouldn’t Have Gone To City After Playing For United

Mark Hughes was tipped by some to be the successor of Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester United manager, the club where he had become a legend after playing at Old Trafford for 13 years. But he took the job at City, ruling out any possible future as United boss. 18 months later he was sacked, [...]

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Keane: I Was Privileged To Play Alongside Giggs

Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has sung the praises of Ryan Giggs.

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“United Players Were S**t Scared Of Keano”

“United Players Were S**t Scared Of Keano”

Andy Goram came to Manchester United on loan during the 2000-2001 to help us out during a time when our other goalies, Fabien Barthez and Raimond Van der Gouw, were unavailable – Barthez on duty with the French side and Van der Gouw struggling with injury. His first game was our 4-2 win over Coventry [...]

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United’s Heroes: Robson Is Nev’s, McGrath Is O’Shea’s, Maradona Is Rooney’s

Sir Alex Ferguson, Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs, Wayne Rooney, Rio Ferdinand, Michael Carrick, Anderson, Jonny Evans, John O’Shea and Ben Foster tell the official United magazine who their heroes are.

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Ferguson: It’s Nice To See Keano Back In Work

Sir Alex Ferguson has today come out in support of Roy Keane after he has taken up the position of Ipswich manager.

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Bruce Responds To Keano’s Dig

After taking the Ipswich job, Roy Keane had a pop at his former team mates, Mark Hughes and Steve Bruce. He claimed that because they hadn’t won anything, they couldn’t call themselves successful managers. Bruce has today responded to Keane’s claims.

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