Roy Keane needs just two guesses to name Man United player he didn’t like

    Naming players Roy Keane did not get along with is likely to be a lengthy, lengthy list.

    But there are a few names that stick out for him. In a quiz with Gary Neville, he needed just two guesses to name one in particular.


    Keane didn’t need many guesses to name the player he didn’t likeCredit: X

    Keane famously fell out with a number of people at Manchester United, including manager Sir Alex Ferguson at the end of his time at Old Trafford.

    There were also a number of his teammates, as well as opponents.

    The former Republic of Ireland midfielder was playing a quickfire quiz with Neville, for The Overlap, to see if they could name some of their former teammates.

    Neville had to get Keane to guess Teddy Sheringham and his first clue was: “You didn’t like him.”

    He quickly added: “That could be anybody. Jeez I have a list.”

    To which Keane hit back and said: “No, you shouldn’t say that I didn’t like him.”

    He then said: “Jordi [Cruyff]? Teddy [Sheringham]?”

    After finding out he got it right after just his second guess, Keane added: “No, that’s wrong, I didn’t mind Teddy.

    Sheringham and Keane didn't speak for more than three years


    Sheringham and Keane didn’t speak for more than three yearsCredit: GETTY

    “I just didn’t get on with him. We had a fallout. It is just working.”

    All the time Neville was sat there in hysterics.

    Keane and Sheringham didn’t speak for more than three years after a bust-up in the Man United dressing room.

    It was all over a goal that was conceded during Sheringham’s first season at Old Trafford and tensions boiled over.

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    Sheringham said: “We had a fall out, Keaney turned around said, ‘Why don’t you f*** off back to London with your f****** Ferrari and your penthouse?’

    “And he turned around and grabbed my tie and everyone jumped in and stopped it, saying: ‘What’s happening, what’s happening?’

    “He didn’t say a word to me. He didn’t say a word to me for the next three-and-a-half years.”

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