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Sunday, November 20, 2005

Roy of the Rovers

And so Roy Keane leaves Manchester United. At 34 years of age, that would be expected. But in all honesty, I was quite shocked when I first heard the news. All this while, I knew there will come a day when Roy Keane will not be gracing the greens of Old Trafford in the infamous red jersey. I was just surprised he left while the great Sir Alex is still around, something ironic since both of them formed the foundation for Manchester United's success in the 90's up till now.
Though I am not a big fan of Man U, I have the utmost respect for its captain. Keano is probably one of the greatest players to have graced Manchester United. His loyalty and passion for the club is envied by many. And why shouldn't it be? Loyalty is something you can't buy in today's multi-million dollar world of football.
People will talk about Roy Keane for years. Whether it's good or bad, from the horror tackle that took Alf Inge Haaland's career, his infamous 'prawn sandwiches' remark on Man U's fans or even his gigantic display against Juventus that took them to the final frontier of European glory back in '99. For me, Roy Keane is the heart and soul of Manchester United. With his departure, surely Man U has lost one of its greatest servants.

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