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Roy Keane slates The Shadow

Roy Keane has unleashed a scathing attack on his shadow during one of his talks on the after dinner speaking circuit.  ''He was always there for the sunny days and the good times but he deserted me as soon as the dark days came.   A bit like Shane Ross'' he quipped to much laughter from the 500 strong dinner guests. ''Nah listen, a lot of stuff has been said about my shadow.  A lot of it nonsesne. Nonsense.  I'll tell you about my shadow.  He was following me around non stop when times were good. A bit like Gary Neville. Bluffer.'' 
When asked if he had challenged his shadow to a showdown at dawn, Keane claimed he had turned up on a cloudy morning at 6am only to find the coward hadn't shown up.

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Biggest cringe was the gobsh*tes at the event and their reaction and hanging on his every word. And shouting Keane when he had a pop at other people.  

he loves the sly digs but he never fully explains what Walters did wrong to warrant such comments.  He just doesn’t like him and then goes low as a result.  
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Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:

Roy Keane slates The Shadow

Roy Keane has unleashed a scathing attack on his shadow during one of his talks on the after dinner speaking circuit.  ''He was always there for the sunny days and the good times but he deserted me as soon as the dark days came.   A bit like Shane Ross'' he quipped to much laughter from the 500 strong dinner guests. ''Nah listen, a lot of stuff has been said about my shadow.  A lot of it nonsesne. Nonsense.  I'll tell you about my shadow.  He was following me around non stop when times were good. A bit like Gary Neville. Bluffer.'' 
When asked if he had challenged his shadow to a showdown at dawn, Keane claimed he had turned up on a cloudy morning at 6am only to find the coward hadn't shown up.

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Originally posted by Baldrick Baldrick wrote:

Biggest cringe was the gobsh*tes at the event and their reaction and hanging on his every word. And shouting Keane when he had a pop at other people.  

he loves the sly digs but he never fully explains what Walters did wrong to warrant such comments.  He just doesn’t like him and then goes low as a result.  

I’ve only watched half of it, but I’d agree

Would remind you of the gobsh*tes who follow McGregor round press conferences 
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Everyone knows that keane is a contradiction - he said it himself.  

Was one of the best players in the world, rubbish manager - but still box office.

That was a seriously entertaining watch. Some are making too much of 1 throwaway comment about Walters. I suppose the point was everyone has family problems (I'm sure it's still raw losing his father not long ago too), but they don't all publicise it on tv. 

Im a big fan of Walters and loved his interview on the late late - keane was just having an extra dig as the 2 of them obviously don't get along.

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Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

Originally posted by Baldrick Baldrick wrote:

Biggest cringe was the gobsh*tes at the event and their reaction and hanging on his every word. And shouting Keane when he had a pop at other people.  

he loves the sly digs but he never fully explains what Walters did wrong to warrant such comments.  He just doesn’t like him and then goes low as a result.  

I’ve only watched half of it, but I’d agree

Would remind you of the gobsh*tes who follow McGregor round press conferences 

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Originally posted by Wheelo Wheelo wrote:

Everyone knows that keane is a contradiction - he said it himself.  

Was one of the best players in the world, rubbish manager - but still box office.

That was a seriously entertaining watch. Some are making too much of 1 throwaway comment about Walters. I suppose the point was everyone has family problems (I'm sure it's still raw losing his father not long ago too), but they don't all publicise it on tv. 

Im a big fan of Walters and loved his interview on the late late - keane was just having an extra dig as the 2 of them obviously don't get along.

Snowflakes springs to mind 


RK is the biggest snowflake out there. Gets offended over anything that doesn't suit his mood on a given day and then stays offended about it for the rest of his days. 
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Originally posted by Drumcondra 69er Drumcondra 69er wrote:

Originally posted by Wheelo Wheelo wrote:

Everyone knows that keane is a contradiction - he said it himself.  

Was one of the best players in the world, rubbish manager - but still box office.

That was a seriously entertaining watch. Some are making too much of 1 throwaway comment about Walters. I suppose the point was everyone has family problems (I'm sure it's still raw losing his father not long ago too), but they don't all publicise it on tv. 

Im a big fan of Walters and loved his interview on the late late - keane was just having an extra dig as the 2 of them obviously don't get along.

Snowflakes springs to mind 


RK is the biggest snowflake out there. Gets offended over anything that doesn't suit his mood on a given day and then stays offended about it for the rest of his days. 

LOLLOL Now stop trying to justify the pathetic over reaction. Even Walters doesn’t give a flying f***.

I’ve never seen such an over reaction to nothing comments 
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Originally posted by Wheelo Wheelo wrote:

Originally posted by Drumcondra 69er Drumcondra 69er wrote:

Originally posted by Wheelo Wheelo wrote:

Everyone knows that keane is a contradiction - he said it himself.  

Was one of the best players in the world, rubbish manager - but still box office.

That was a seriously entertaining watch. Some are making too much of 1 throwaway comment about Walters. I suppose the point was everyone has family problems (I'm sure it's still raw losing his father not long ago too), but they don't all publicise it on tv. 

Im a big fan of Walters and loved his interview on the late late - keane was just having an extra dig as the 2 of them obviously don't get along.

Snowflakes springs to mind 


RK is the biggest snowflake out there. Gets offended over anything that doesn't suit his mood on a given day and then stays offended about it for the rest of his days. 

LOLLOL Now stop trying to justify the pathetic over reaction. Even Walters doesn’t give a flying f***.

I’ve never seen such an over reaction to nothing comments 

'Nothing comments' LOL

The Keane fanboy cult are hilarious. Utter sheep. 
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In fairness it was not that bad. The way some people were going on i thought he had got a lot more personal. Hardly a hanging offence.
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Unpopular opinion - it wasn't as bad as the headlines made out, I was honestly expecting worse. 

Comment about crying - shouldn't have happened. 

I like Jon and he is a good guy. Jon is also a big personality so I can see whey would clash. 

Keane does talk a a lot of sense for most of it. He comes across extremely well in fact for a hell of a lot of it. It was Gary N who got the headlines for cutting across Joe. 

He was treated badly by United, that was a sh*t thing to do to someone who was 12 years there and had won everything.

95% of lads here have questioned Arters commitment to the cause. Keane questions him and there is outrage. 

I would have like if he was pushed more about the football and the style, he did concede Ireland have always struggled to keep the ball. I would have liked the presenters to push more and ask his opinion on the future, ie can it be changed or do we have go the next 50 years hoofing the ball. 

2 hours though and a great watch IMO.


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Interesting comment made by Neville also which might have gone unnoticed .....he mentioned Keane and a few other players.... said he didn't recognize the people he reads about against those he knows
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Originally posted by kearney304 kearney304 wrote:

Unpopular opinion - it wasn't as bad as the headlines made out, I was honestly expecting worse. 

Comment about crying - shouldn't have happened. 

I like Jon and he is a good guy. Jon is also a big personality so I can see whey would clash. 

Keane does talk a a lot of sense for most of it. He comes across extremely well in fact for a hell of a lot of it. It was Gary N who got the headlines for cutting across Joe. 

He was treated badly by United, that was a sh*t thing to do to someone who was 12 years there and had won everything.

95% of lads here have questioned Arters commitment to the cause. Keane questions him and there is outrage. 

I would have like if he was pushed more about the football and the style, he did concede Ireland have always struggled to keep the ball. I would have liked the presenters to push more and ask his opinion on the future, ie can it be changed or do we have go the next 50 years hoofing the ball. 

2 hours though and a great watch IMO.

Everyone reacting just read the headlines. If you listen to it you can see its blown way out of proportion. Thought it was a great watch also
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Never mind headlines or reading anything. Watch the video and you will see he made a nasty petty dig about Walters simple as that.  If the same comments were made about him in public he would carry the grudge forever.  John Walters is twice the man Keane is and Keane was a far better player. Some on here seem to think That the latter means he can say anything he wants 
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Originally posted by kearney304 kearney304 wrote:

Unpopular opinion - it wasn't as bad as the headlines made out, I was honestly expecting worse. 

Comment about crying - shouldn't have happened. 

I like Jon and he is a good guy. Jon is also a big personality so I can see whey would clash. 

Keane does talk a a lot of sense for most of it. He comes across extremely well in fact for a hell of a lot of it. It was Gary N who got the headlines for cutting across Joe. 

He was treated badly by United, that was a sh*t thing to do to someone who was 12 years there and had won everything.

95% of lads here have questioned Arters commitment to the cause. Keane questions him and there is outrage. 

I would have like if he was pushed more about the football and the style, he did concede Ireland have always struggled to keep the ball. I would have liked the presenters to push more and ask his opinion on the future, ie can it be changed or do we have go the next 50 years hoofing the ball. 

2 hours though and a great watch IMO.


This,I was expecting a lot worse......I don't think Arter's heart is really in it with us either.All in all the interview came across fairly bantery tbh.
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Many people suspected (for years) that Keane was a top ars*hole and a classless gyp - as the years have rolled by he has simple confirmed their suspicions. Absolute c.unt of a man.
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