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Roy Keane Called 'Absolute P***k' By Fan In Confrontation Outside Of Old Trafford, Man United Legend Hits Back In Heated Exchange

Roy Keane Called 'Absolute P***k' By Fan In Confrontation Outside Of Old Trafford, Man United Legend Hits Back In Heated Exchange

Roy Keane could be heard saying "what a f*****g prick" as he stormed away from the conformation with the fan after Man United's defeat.

Manchester United legend Roy Keane was confronted by a frustrated fan outside of Old Trafford while signing shirts and engaged in a full-on war of words.

Manchester City convincingly beat the Red Devils 2-0 at Old Trafford on Saturday, with United heavily criticised for their woeful first-half performance.

Keane, who was on pundit duties for Sky Sports, ruthlessly criticised United’s performance at half-time and believed they could have conceded “another four or five” in the second half.

The 50-year-old Irishman was visibly frustrated at full-time and blasted the likes of Luke Shaw, Harry Maguire, Fred and Aaron Wan-Bissaka in an epic rant.

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The former United captain was spotted outside of Old Trafford signing shirts for fans before he was confronted by what appeared to be one visibly annoyed supporter.

Keane immediately turned his attention to the disgruntled fan and took issue with what he said during the initial confrontation.

Responding to the fan, the Sky Sports pundit said: “I’ve signed autographs. Like what? You like what? What did I do?

“You’ve had a few drinks, they got beat and you’re taking it out on me? Alright, alright, you had a few drinks. What’s the got to do with me? You’ve had a few drinks. You can tell.”

While it remains unclear what sparked the incident, footage uploaded to social media has one person repeatedly telling Keane that he is a ‘legend at this club.’

Twitter/Darren Russell

During the tense face-to-face exchange between Keane and the fan, the supporter calls the former United star an “absolute p***k.”

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Keane stormed off after the encounter with the fan, but he could be heard saying “what a p***k” and “what a f*****g p***k” before disappearing out of view.

United are fifth in the table and trail Premier League leaders Chelsea by nine points after 11 matches.


Speaking after the derby defeat, Keane insisted that the City result felt “worse” than Liverpool’s 5-0 demolition of United at Old Trafford a fortnight ago.

“It felt worse [than the defeat to Liverpool],” he said on Sky Sports.

Keane continued: “It was so poor. The difference in class, quality and decision-making, basically everything.

“I know the old saying is men vs boys, but United are so off it, it's unbelievable.”

United’s next Premier League outing will be at Vicarage Road on 20th November against Watford.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/Darren Russell

Topics: Roy Keane, Manchester United, Manchester City, Premier League, England, Football