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Roy Keane was an intense individual during his playing days. A leader, legend on the pitch not to mention an aggressive, hard bloke patrolling the engine room of the park. An example of the intensity the fierce Irishman possessed is highlighted in this brilliant video.
So, it's the iconic San Siro. Manchester United were away at Inter Milan in the Champions League.
The Italian giants boasted superstar names like Ronaldo and equally ferocious midfielder Diego Simeone.
The teams take part in the customary handshake prior to kick-off but Ronaldo and Simeone were still busy fiddling with their socks as 'Keano' walks by.
Not having a care in the world, Keane mugs off the pair of experienced and legendary figures in blasé fashion.
This is Keane in a nutshell. What a legend. Never change, Roy. Never change.
Even in punditry, Keane pulls absolutely no punches.
He once launched a surprise attack on Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana for absolutely no reason whatsoever.
His reason was simply because Lallana was starting for the Reds before Keane came up with some incredibly brutal criticism of the former Southampton man.
"I think Everton in a strange way will be a tougher test than the Liverpool game," he said.
"Because I think Lallana was in midfield the other night for Liverpool. I know my daughter's probably stronger than him."
Whether he's manning the midfield as Man United captain or dissecting a game in the studio, Keane does not care one who he's dealing with.
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