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Roy Keane has given his old boss Sir Alex Ferguson
an amazing snub.

Last week the Sunderland boss claimed that Ferguson
was a hypocrite for criticising players "for their lack of
respect for referees".

Ferguson has since been charged by the FA for the
comments he made regarding Martin Atkinson and the
way he handled United's FA Cup defeat by Portsmouth.

Keane delivered his amazing snub to Fergie when asked
which of his rival bosses had been of help to him.

"They have all been very good. They have all been excellent
- Arsene Wenger, Rafa Benitez, Martin O'Neill. They
have all been very helpful, I have to say.

"What you find with these managers is that they're very
keen to help you out as a young manager giving you advice.

"They give you advice without realising it, just from having
general chit-chat."


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Keano! said:
Just because he doesn't mention Fergie means nothing!

Obviously, Fergie's been his biggest asset!

I'm not reading into this at all!
Ahhh yes - he spends 12 years and a half with Fergie - and
then suddenly forgets all about him and these years where
he enjoyed ALL his success ... Hmmmmm easily done ... :rolleyes:
 

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Keano! said:
Should also point out,

I'm probably slightly biased when it comes to Keano! :eek:
We guessed this ... ;)

Jazz is a huge fan too ... :)

I am as well - but I get annoyed
when some of these players get
too big and think too much of
themselves ...

They should all remember where
they came from, how lucky they
are and not to bite the hand that
feeds them ;)
 
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