Tag Archives: Roy Keane

Keane & Vieira: Best of Enemies

Two great leaders, two men who would give everything to win and two captains who shared a mutual hatred of each other on the pitch, Roy Keane and Patrick Vieira come face-to-face once again in a new documentary, “Keane & Vieira: Best of Enemies,” which is being broadcast on British channel ITV4. The hour-long production […]

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Views from around the web – Nani red card

Views from around the web – Nani red card For an in depth analysis of the match you can read our article here; while the gif of the Nani red card can be also be viewed on our website. Roy Keane ” “I think the referee has actually made the right call. Everyone’s upset about it […]

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Manchester United vs Real Madrid – Champions League

TKTG looks at the controversial match between Manchester United and Real Madrid and brings the best articles from around the web. Match Report / Tactical Analysis- Jonathan Wilson  There was no doubt about the moment that changed the game. Manchester United had been leading 1-0 on Tuesday night, 2-1 on aggregate, and was winning the tactical battle when, 11 […]

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Keane takes revenge on Haaland

The name Alf-Inge Haaland will forever be associated with the Manchester derby, and a certain Mr Roy Keane. Back in April 2001, Keane virtually ended the career of the Norwegian with a horror tackle and earned himself what must be classed as the most deserved red card in Premier League history as the clock ticked […]

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Sir Bobby Charlton says José Mourinho would not suit Manchester United

He’s a good coach but that is as far as I would go, says Charlton, far from impressed by the Real manager’s antics. Coming from Charlton, who is a United director and ambassador and was a kingmaker in Ferguson’s appointment during 1986, his take on Mourinho is intriguing in a week that began with Ferguson […]

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Having no central midfielder is holding United back

In one sense, Manchester United are not short in central midfield. They have 12 players in the first-team squad who have played in that position; even Rio Ferdinand has been tried there in the past. In this case, however, more is emphatically less. The strength of Sir Alex Ferguson’s will is such that United can […]

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The Toure Role?

Every so often a player comes along who redefines English football to the extent a position is named in his honour and Yaya Toure is threatening to join the list. These individuals may not be the most skilled but their style revolutionises tactical thinking. … Teams up and down the land sought to emulate Chelsea’s […]

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Best of Enemies

” We are barely a month into the new Premier League season and already we have our first player bust-up. Just two months after Chelsea’s John Terry was cleared of racially abusing Anton Ferdinand, the QPR defender is expected to snub Ashley Cole’s handshake in the west London derby this weekend, after the full-back had […]

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Rooney on…Ronaldo: The truth behind THAT wink and my red card

The Manchester United star reveals all in this exclusive extract from his new book. The papers decide we’re not going to work together because of an incident that happened during the 2006 World Cup.  In England’s quarter-final against Portugal – I got tangled up with their defender, Ricardo Carvalho, and accidentally stuck a boot on […]

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Keen for another Roy

No sooner had the new Premier League season begun than Sir Alex Ferguson was reminding us all that some things never change. A quick search for ‘Ferguson slams referee’ on Google retrieves over 1,000,000 results of sour grapes, and Ferguson’s mood was typically corked on Monday after Manchester United slipped to a 1-0 defeat at […]

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