Letts vs Keane: the charity boxing match we're all waiting for.
Given the dominance of the Manchester United side he captained, it is easy to conflate Roy Keane's aggression with his ability to motivate. But this does not mean that his brand of ultra-masculine football would work in 2017.
Chris Sutton, Britain's most brutal football pundit, is mad as hell, and he's not going to take it anymore.
In November 1994, Manchester United were thumped 4-0 by a team that I had neither heard of nor seen play. Their name was FC Barcelona, and they were truly magnificent.
Seventeen years ago today, in the 1999 Champions League semifinals, Manchester United captain and defensive midfielder Roy Keane inspired his team to a historic second-leg comeback win against Juventus. He did it by being everywhere.
What The Hell Did Ainsley Maitland-Niles’ Mum Say To Mick McCarthy In Her “Poisonous” Voicemail Rant?
If it was worse than Roy Keane’s Saipan tirade, it must have been truly monstrous.
These days, when he's having pathetic tiffs with beer-wattle journalists and fans in hotels, it's easy to forget that no one brought fury to the Premier League quite like Roy Keane.
Every international squad should have two managers: a sociopath and a philosopher.