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Roy Keane loves a moan. If you asked him about his hobbies and interests, as well as enjoying scrapping with Patrick Vieira on a regular basis, he'd tell you that criticising everything to do with football is right up there.

He went in on Arsenal a couple of nights ago, with poor Kieran Gibbs getting a bit of stick for merely taking on the captain's armband when Laurent Koscielny went off.

Keane also questioned Arsene Wenger after the 5-1 defeat.

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The Irishman has been a regular critic of Arsenal in the past but made sure that it was clear he was no bias when he slagged off Paul and Florentin Pogba last night.

It was a big occasion for the two brothers in last night's Europa League tie between Manchester United and Saint-Etienne at Old Trafford, with the two coming up against each other in a game for the first time ever.

Florentin, the elder brother, marked the occasion by getting both of their squad numbers shaved into his hair.

Their Mum and brother Mathias, who currently plays for Sparta Rotterdam, were in attendance in the stands and wore shirts stitched up in half United and half Saint-Etienne colours.

The two brothers walked out together, displayed their own unique handshake in typical Pogba fashion and could be seen communicating throughout the course of the game, which United won 3-0 courtesy of a hat-trick from Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Keane took issue with what he saw from the Pogbas and let his thoughts be known when analysing the game on ITV.

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He said:

"Yes, [the embraces bothered me]. The boy, [Paul] Pogba, he's a bit of a free spirit, a bit of a character.

"But I think it was a little bit over the top tonight - before the game and at half-time. They've spoke more tonight than I have to any of my brothers in the last five years.

"It's all a bit strange. I think when the game started they were focused on the game. But all this stuff before and after, [it's] a lot of nonsense - but that's the modern player I'm afraid."

(h/t Squawka)

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