Keane seems to be the only one who can’t let it go.I actually like him more after seeing this clip, I had seen others where he's been upset at Fergie but he laid out a much better case here and you can tell he's just been hurt by how it all ended. It'd be a shame if this all ended with two stubborn people who go to the grave with this anger for each other when you think of all the things they accomplished together. As the interviewer said, life is too short to hold on to grudges.
Look at Keanes body language when he was asked about that. Says far more than his actual answer does. Of course that's gone through his head.Alex Ferguson almost died last year. Do you genuinely think he sits there thinking about Roy Keane more a second of his week? There is no feud. Keane mouthing off as usual. Which is amazing after the managerial career he had and the amount of falling outs he had with players. You'd think he'd have learned why Ferguson did certain things and why they fell out in the first place.
Only because he's contributed to it. SAF has made peace with former players who he had falling out with. At the end of the day, the man is very old and sick, being the bigger man and moving on wouldn't hurt Roy.doesn't surprise me, he is our most decorated captain and is an outcast at the club