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Keane: Fergie and I will never be friends

Discussion in 'Manchester United Forum' started by Cold_Boy, May 4, 2012.

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  1. May 6, 2012

    youngred Full Member

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    I think a lot of posters have to remember Roy Keane isn't a Manchester United fan. He gave his all for the club and was a legendary player on the field. The man was an excellent pro and I believe he gave his all because that;s the way he functions as a person. He never gave his all just because he played for United and would have shown the same desire had he played for Chelsea/Arsenal/L'pool.

    I respect his honesty but we shouldn't be expecting any pro-united bias from the man. I still think he is still quite bitter about the way he left the club.
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    bazhef Full Member

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    Couldn't agree more.
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    Name Changed weso26

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    The bitter Cork cnut.
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    Cold_Boy Banned

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    Recently he has been saying the right things tbh.
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    mariachi-19 Full Member

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    As much as a I don't like Keano as a man, all I could think on Monday was needing him to grab that game by the scruff of the neck like he did in Turin. If we had Roy Keane in his prime, we would not have lost on monday, he wouldn't let us.
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    Relevated Moral Guide

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    and if city wasn't in the premier league we would be first. Let the past go.
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    Mick1991 Full Member

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    He's a feckin' legend, I'll remember the good times....
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    To be pedantic for no real reason, the entire squad saw the tape so not a hanful of people.
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    The Neviller Banned

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    feck off Roy Keane, you massive cunting bell end.
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    Giggsforever Full Member

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    He is a cnut, he is from now he is not worth mentioning.
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    Lynk Obsessed with discrediting Danny Welbeck

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    Show some respect children
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    MDFC Manager Full Member

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    Respect is a 2 way street.

    He fully well knows the occasion and what kind of effect his words are going to have and yet he went on with it.

    Deserves the abuse imo.
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    FlawlessThaw most 'know it all' poster

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    In fairness it would be great if you afforded the same respect to one of our top performers tonight.

    On Keane, whilst I think he is wrong, it still remains refreshing to see a pundit say his point and back it up well.
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