Clinton Morrison Opens Up About What Happened In 'Dance-Off' With Roy Keane On Night Out
Clinton Morrison has revealed that Roy Keane ended up getting involved in a 'dance-off' on a night out as he opened up about his relationship with the Manchester United legend.
Keane, 49, built a legendary reputation on the football pitch and was a formidable figure for any opponent to come up against.
But the former Premier League hardman once showed a different side to him when he was with Morrison, who he played alongside for the Republic of Ireland.
Morrison, 41, recalled his rare experience of going out with Keane and the former United captain's experience on the dance floor with Stephen Elliott.
The former Crystal Palace and Birmingham City striker told Super 6: "He was approachable for me, but for other people, probably not.
"But I took it upon myself to make sure that I was approachable to him. We had that relationship where I could go and speak to him, he wasn't like that with everyone else.
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"We went out -- we didn't usually go out -- but we did one night for a bit. These lads come up and think that they can test me on the dance floor, these young boys.
"Stephen Elliott was up there cutting shapes on the dance floor and I was standing with Roy.
"Roy's like, 'Clint, should I go and take him out?' I just brought on the old-school MC Hammer on the top and they were just flying across.
"We were on some stage -- me and Roy standing back-to-back -- and everyone in the club was watching and I just brought him [Keane] on. I won, but he had a good time! He had a good go on Stephen Elliott!"
When Morrison was asked if Keane busted out any moves on the dance floor, he responded: "No, no. Are you mad?!
"He'd stand there while everyone was asking for autographs and he'd be like, 'No, no! I am here with my teammates, don't put your hand on my head, leave me alone.'"
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