Roy Keane Spotted Laughing As Jamie Carragher Discusses Liverpool Title Failures
Roy Keane managed to crack a smile as he laughed at Jamie Carragher over Liverpool's failed Premier League title bids.
The former Manchester United midfielder might be best known for his crunching tackles, harsh criticism and less than sunny demeanour but on Monday night he proved that he's all too happy to have a laugh.
Ahead of United's game with Arsenal, Carragher was talking about the good old days of the rivalry and pointed out Liverpool weren't title contenders then, which brought a big smile and laugh to Keane's face.
"As Roy reminded me last week..." :eyes:@Carra23 and Roy Keane are reacquainted for tonight's #MNF and Jamie hasn't forgotten!- Sky Sports MNF (@SkySportsMNF) September 30, 2019
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The moment comes just over a week after Keane had previously mugged the former Liverpool defender off over his lack of a Premier League title.
In the Sky Sports studio ahead of the Premier League game between the Reds and Chelsea Keane pointed out that his colleague had only 'almost' won the league and not actually won it.
Carragher took to Twitter to take the loss, although based on Monday it was clearly still playing on his mind.
Keane & Neville throwing the league in on the same day! My point was to defend United & say it's never as bad as it seems & 2/3 players can change it. Like United I'll take defeat on the chin & come back stronger next week on MNF with Roy Keane!!! Thanks for the support Joe https://t.co/mDXaSfGoUO- Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) September 23, 2019
Unfortunately for United fans it's looking increasingly likely that they won't be able to boast to their rivals for much longer about having never won the Premier League.
Jurgen Klopp's side came within one point of winning the league last season and after seven games this season are the only team in the English top tier with a 100% record, leaving them five points clear of United's other rivals, Manchester City.
Keane and Carragher's conversations in the Sky Sports studio were easily the most interesting part of a generally drab night's football.
In the pouring rain of Manchester, United and Arsenal played out a 1-1 draw that was lacking in quality from either side, although it got a little more interesting as the game went on.
United fans would love a peak Keane in their team right now.