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Last year, a video surfaced online showing the former Manchester United man celebrating on the video game with a variety of weird and wonderful dances.
It's something the actual Keane would never entertain and likely never see - until Micah Richards got involved.
Richards has forged an unlikely relationship with Keane while working on Sky Sports and he decided it was time to blow Keane's mind.
Micah Richards has to be the one interviewing Roy Keane after every Sunderland Game pic.twitter.com/B7znIaybeK— DarrenRawDogTill (@raw_till) February 3, 2022
The former Manchester City defender said: "A lot of fans asked me to show Roy a funny video from TikTok and I wasn't going to let you all down... I just can't play you the real audio."
Set to ABBA's Dancing Queen, Richards asks the 49-year-old: "Roy talk me though this video," while laughing in the background.
Keane doesn't look impressed and barely cracks a smile. After making his name as a ferocious midfielder in his prime, it comes as no surprise.
A lot of fans asked me to show Roy a funny video from TikTok and I wasn’t going to let you all down... I just can’t play you the real audio 🤣😡 pic.twitter.com/a4BbKH8UBo— Micah Richards (@MicahRichards) February 7, 2021
Fellow pundit Graeme Souness laughs along with Richards however and both get a kick out of the dancing.
Richards and Keane had spent their afternoon watching Manchester City defeat Liverpool 4-1 and all but end their Premier League title hopes.
With Liverpool legend Souness on the opposite side of the studio, Richards didn't take any prisoners.
He also posted a video of himself singing 'It's All Gone Quiet Over There' to Souness and that managed to crack a smile from Keane.
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