Date: 21st October 2010 at 7:47pm
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It is well documented that Roy Keane is my favourite player.

I have noticed that as much as he is loved by United fans there are some who give him stick for his views and opinions and once or twice I have heard the word bitter used in reference to him. His comments at the start of the week telling Rooney to look after himself, #1 aided these people but the quote I read from him today reaffirms my love for the character that is Roy Keane:

Players have opinions; and if they want to leave then good luck to Man United, they will more than survive…

If any player ever ask me – and one or two have – to ever have a chance to sign with Man United, do it. You won’t regret it.

I loved it. I was there for 12 and a half years and I loved every minute of every day playing for that club  – every minute of every day…

An amazing football club. Brilliant football club.

Say what you want about his character, his actions whatever but his utterances especially this here don’t sound bitter to me!


8 responses to “Say what you want, Roy Keane loves Man United”

  1. mark flynn says:

    Keane is a f**kin schizo,only the other day he was saying rooney was a piece of meat.Keane was another bully who was shown the door.He is only coming out with this so he can have future players on loan.Bull shit he`s a sad bitter egomaniac.

  2. Chudi Onwuazor says:

    I would have to say NO to that Mark, just NO

  3. MUFC1 says:

    There’s only one keano! There’s only one keano! There’s only one keano! Keeeeeeeano!

  4. brian says:

    keano is rite, players are sumtimes just a piece of meat WHEN they r gotten rid of, but sum r jus greedy n shit! keanos a legend, speaks his mind but that can also b his downfall! if he was bitter tho wudn he b avin pops at fergie r da club at every chance?? anyway roll on sunday!!

  5. Fool in love with a fantastic club says:

    I think if we had him as Fergie’s number two Carrick would never dream of having a blip in form. Fergie can also teach him, 101 in ‘identifying potential’ lol – we all know who Fergie was on about.

  6. jonathan says:

    Keano can be a jerk at times and I don’t think he’ll ever be a great coach because he only has a hard side when greats have to show both.
    That being said, he’d pretty much have to blow up OT to lose his legend status as he gave EVERYTHING for 12 YEARS at the club. As a midfield enforcer, he didn’t need to have a friendly side and I’m not sure his passion and commitment can be rivaled by any player in history.
    I still watch his interview regarding his take on the Ireland-France debacle every few weeks and it always has me in tears laughing.

  7. Hamsy says:

    Long Live Keano!