Ahead of our World Cup of Pundits series, we take a look at who the frontrunners for the top prize could be. There are many to pick from, with Roy Keane bound to split opinion One day, Roy Keane’s rants will occupy a wing at the Modern Museum of Art.
Erik ten Hag looks to finally be on the verge of kicking off Man United's recruitment drive this summer. Erik ten Hag’s summer rebuild at Manchester United looks as though it is finally kicking into action after a slow start. United are yet to secure their first signing of the summer, but all the signs point toward their wait coming to an end soon.
Cristiano Ronaldo's first spell at Manchester United coincided with the end of Roy Keane's legendary stint at Old Trafford - but even in that brief time, the skipper was suitably impressed Roy Keane earned a reputation as one of the most fierce competitors the Premier League has ever seen.
American sports comedy-drama television series Ted Lasso tells the story of an American college football coach who is hired by an English team called AFC Richmond. The series garnered immense critical acclaim and went on to become the most nominated freshman comedy in Emmy award history. The titular character Lasso is played by Jason Sudeikis, while AFC Richmond captain is Roy Kent, portrayed by Brett Goldstein, who is in the twilight of his career and is a box-to-box midfielder.
Manchester United legend Roy Keane reignited his heated rivalry with Peter Schmeichel after he admirably stood up for a youngster at the club. Keane has pulled no punches towards Schmeichel in the past and even called his former United teammate “overrated.” The 50-year-old Irishman also clashed with Schmeichel in a now-infamous brawl during a United pre-season tour of Asia in 1998.
Footage Shows Roy Keane Berating An 18-Year-Old Cristiano Ronaldo For Failing To Track Back In Training
Roy Keane was determined to set the standard in every single training session during his time at Manchester United – and a teenage Cristiano Ronaldo soon became aware of his lofty expectations. The former United captain, who spent 12 trophy-laden years at Old Trafford, expected nothing but the best from his teammates.
Speculation about Cristiano Ronaldo's future at Man United has been a hot topic over the last few days. Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has already outlined why he is confident that Cristiano Ronaldo will stay at Old Trafford this summer, amid shock reports linking him with a move to Chelsea.
The Red Devils sealed the services of the midfielder back in 2007 and despite a morale-boosting chat with the iconic Man Utd boss, his signing did not pay off for the club as originally hoped Owen Hargreaves has detailed his first open and honest conversation with Sir Alex Ferguson before signing for Manchester United in 2007.
Roy Keane and Gary Neville were part of the same Manchester United dressing room for 12 years and their working relationship has continued on screen after hanging up their boots. Although very different characters in certain ways, they also share some of the same characteristics. Namely, they’re both extremely driven, professional and, perhaps most importantly of all in their roles as pundits, love football and know the game inside out.
The former Sunderland defender claims Keane confronted him during a Premier League game against Blackpool Former Sunderland defender Anton Ferdinand claims ex-boss Roy Keane once told him "you don’t have a pair of balls" during a half-time team talk that sparked a comeback win. The former Black Cats boss, who was linked with a sensational return to the club earlier this year, is not afraid to speak his mind.
Roy Keane shrugs off boos from the crowd at Croke Park after appearing on big screen at Cork v Dublin
When the Manchester United legend appeared on the big screen, the stadium started to boo in unison but good man Roy just laughed it off After Cork played a cracking first half in Saturday's match against Dublin, they were robbed of a place in the final four in the All-Ireland.
It remains one of the most infamous moments in the club's history. On 29 October 2005, Manchester United were well beaten by Middlesbrough at the Riverside, losing 4-1 in a dreadful showing from Sir Alex Ferguson's side. After the full-time whistle, MUTV went straight to an injured Roy Keane to get his thoughts on the game.
Clubs around Europe are deciding which players they want to bring in during the summer transfer window, but who would they pick if they could magically re-sign a former player? We went through some of the retired legends (post-1990) of each club listed below, and figured out if they could fit into the current team.
No one is safe from Roy Keane's impassioned rants, as Anton Ferdinand knows all too well after he was on the receiving end of a brutal outburst from the former Sunderland boss Former Sunderland boss Roy Keane once told defender Anton Ferdinand "you don’t have a pair of balls" during a half-time rant which sparked a comeback win.
Keane's time at Man United saw him forge a fierce Premier League rivalry with former Arsenal captain Vieira. Patrick Vieira couldn’t resist aiming a cheeky dig at Roy Keane after being presented with the former Manchester United captain's shirt. Keane and Vieira enjoyed a classic rivalry during their time at United and Arsenal, respectively.
Watch Patrick Vieira REFUSE to touch Roy Keane’s shirt as Arsenal hardman reopens feud with Man Utd rival
PATRICK VIEIRA jokingly refused to touch a Roy Keane Manchester United shirt – and then admitted: “I was much better than him”. The legendary Arsenal midfielder, 46, was taking part in BT Sport’s What I Wore at the Crystal Palace training ground – looking back at all the shirts he donned during his incredible career.
Here we take a look at six pundits who decided to give up the comfort of the studio and try their hand at management - only to find that things were not quite the same in the dugout It’s all well and good being an armchair critic - but it takes nerves of steel to take the plunge into management.