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It’d be inaccurate to call Roy Keane a Marmite figure, because that implies around half of people love him – the truth is it’s probably far fewer than that.
But, for all of his flaws, he’s due a moment of ‘good value’ every now and again, and his debut on Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football for Manchester United’s 1-1 draw with Arsenal was surprisingly full of such moments.
So, let’s take a look at some of his best lines from the coverage.
Going Against Gary Neville
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Gary Neville is a stalwart of this iteration of Monday Night Football, the chief superintendent, the guv’nor, if you will. He takes his place in the studio or on the gantry and the place is his to run.
At the end of a drab match featuring little action, Neville claimed the second half was an enthralling watch, featuring “lots of endeavour, lots of chances”. However, Keane’s assessment was the complete opposite.
“Gary Neville said it was a really good game – I must’ve been watching a different game,” he said. “I thought it was shocking.
“United lacked the belief to finish the game off – the game was there for the taking for United. I’m not sure what can Ole [Gunnar So
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