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Roy Keane's Reaction To Aston Villa Players Celebrating Premier League Survival Is Exactly What You'd Expect

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Roy Keane's Reaction To Aston Villa Players Celebrating Premier League Survival Is Exactly What You'd Expect

Roy Keane's reaction to Aston Villa players celebrating their Premier League survival is just as brilliant as you'd expect.

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Dean Smith's side drew 1-1 with West Ham United this evening to earn a point, which was enough to see Bournemouth and Watford go down in the final two relegation places.

Villa players wildly celebrated in the changing rooms following the game and everyone looked delighted - except Keane.

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Keane was a pundit for Sky Sports on the Premier League's final day and he looked visibly mortified at the scenes.

Micah Richards and Dave Jones can be heard laughing as cameras cut to Keane's now trademark scowl as he watches the footage.

The former Manchester United captain went on to say: "Wow imagine if they ever win anything!

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"Listen, there was big change at the club last summer and it was always going to take time.

"They've stayed up and it's a big achievement. Celebrations, listen, slightly over the top but good luck to them."

Fans have reacted to Keane's lack of enthusiasm and it's quickly becoming his trademark.

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Villa's goal against The Hammers came from captain Jack Grealish who has been their standout player this season.

Grealish has been linked with a move to Manchester United in recent months and when asked about his future, manager Smith told BBC Sport per The Express: "I've no idea.

"That will all be sorted over the next week, two weeks, month or whatever it is.

"Tonight we're going to enjoy a magnificent achievement. It feels better than getting up through the play-offs last year if I'm honest.

"We'll have a few drinks and celebrate."

Featured Image Credit: Sky Sports

Topics: Football News, Aston Villa, Football, Funny, Premier League, reactions, Roy Keane

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