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The former Manchester United star Roy Keane raging. He is everything else than thrilled with the Spanish goalkeeper David de Gea.
So says United legend to Sky Sports in the programme 'Friday Night Football', that he, to put it mildly will be bonkers to look at the Spanish United star between the bars.
- I gets crazy to the goalkeeper (David de Gea, red). This is an international and established goalie, we have to deal with. I'm really speechless. There really must be something in the break, " said Roy Keane along the way in the program.
Roy Keane's frustrations over David de Gea came forward in the course of Friday's match between Tottenham and Manchester United in the Premier League.
Here so the Spanish star everything else than good by tottenham's føringsmål to 1-0.
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Roy Keane played most of his career in Manchester United. Photo: Action Images/Ritzau Scanpix
Also United profiles Luke Shaw and Harry Maguire got a loving greeting on the way of Roy Keane, and it was also not exactly words of praise, he had to say to them.
I simply can not grasp that Luke Shaw will choose to head the ball and then run forward. I am appalled by Harry Maguire. I am appalled that a national team can play like this, sounded the cash words from Roy Keane.
the Match between Manchester United and Tottenham ended up in addition, 1-1.
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