Ex-United skipper not happy with Fergie’s words.
Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane was one of the driving forces at the club during the 1990s and a contributing factor to the plethora of trophies they won during that era.
So why is Keano so angry this time?
Well, he, along with a number of other former United stars are the subjects of Sir Alex Ferguson’s new book ‘My Autobiography‘, but rather than heap praise on them the recently retired boss criticised them for their on and off field behaviour.
And Keane, who has never been one to mince his words, has responded by questioning his old manager’s sense of loyalty in short but scathing segment following Arsenal’s defeat to Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday night.
What should have been a tense situation in the studio was diffused by former Gunners Lee Dixon and Ian Wright, who sat behind Keane giggling like schoolboys.