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Roy Keane names the three things in life that are overrated, it's Roy Keane at his best

Roy Keane names the three things in life that are overrated, it's Roy Keane at his best

Keane has revealed all.

Manchester United legend Roy Keane has named the three things in life he believes are overrated.

Keane has never been afraid of pointing out things he doesn't like on a football pitch, whether that be overzealous celebrations, pre-match friendliness between opponents in the tunnel, or David de Gea.

The Irishman is always forthright on his former club, too, with United bearing the brunt of his ire when they perform poorly. But, in the same way, he dishes out praise when it's there to be offered as well.

It's a similar story away from the pitch when it comes to non-football topics, as viewers found out on the latest episode of Stick to Football when Keane hilariously named the three things in life that he finds overrated.

You can see the clip below.

His answers? Parties, fireworks and - perhaps predictably - smiling.

Explaining the reasoning behind his choices, he exclaimed: "Fireworks, they're pointless! Smiling, I'm telling you.

"And I'm never again going to a party. It's bizarre. Nobody can hear each other. You should have a room for if people can want to go and have a chat."

Recalling a party he recently attended with Gary Neville, Keane added: "It's just the noise, the music. Someone's next to me, just shouting, we can hardly understand each other. It's bizarre.

"How loud was it? Then I realised at the end of the night, I was stood next to the biggest speaker ever."

His rant sent Jamie Carragher and Ian Wright into fits of laughter, with Wright responding: "Bro, I'm not having smiling and fireworks. Roy, smiling and fireworks?"

One thing Keane will have been pleased with is the comeback from Manchester United in their 3-2 win over Aston Villa on Boxing Day.

A brace from Alejandro Garnacho and Rasmus Hojlund's first Premier League goal secured a crucial victory for United and manager Erik ten Hag, with all of the hosts' goals coming after half time in an inspired second half display.

Featured Image Credit: The Overlap / Stick to Football

Topics: Roy Keane, Gary Neville, Ian Wright, Jamie Carragher