Roy Keane tells England to stop crying over the World Cup

Posted by - December 6, 2010 - Championship, Football videos, Quotes, Ranting and Raving

Lippy Irishman mouths of again

As everyone knows, Roy Keane is a mild-mannered, rational and reasonable man. What’s that? he called Haaland a what? and he told Mick McCarthy to shove it up his what? Sweet Jesus.

Anyway, as ever Keano as reacted to a piece of footballing news that affects him in no way, shape or form. And he has told England to stop crying over Russia winning the World Cup in 2018.

Maybe rather than appearing on Sky Sports News talking about everything that happens, concentrate on your Ipswich side, as they have lost five games in a row and seven out of nine.

Still, carry on and you will have far more interview time on your hands.

  • http://roversmad marcus aurelius

    WTF? I totally agree with Keano’s comments? How on earth anyone can make the contents of this interview equate to ‘lippy Irishman’ smacks of old skool Colonialism and racism. You need to take a good hard look at yourself before posting comments of this nature. Read a book, you may learn something!

  • Tim

    He’s a nasty piece of work regardless, and I don’t care if he’s Irish.

    He could be Japanese and he’d still be a first class prize winning prick.

  • OmegaSupreme

    He’s right but he is totally predictable.

  • Daniel Storey


    How can i be racist. I described him as lippy, and provided two quotes showing my evidence. I then described him as an Irishman. He is from Ireland.

    At no point did i say that all Irish people were lippy (they’re not)!

    Any opinions I have towards Keane stem from his treatment of referees and disgusting tackle on Haaland for which he should have been jailed.

    His race, colour, creed or religion are unrelated.

  • Jimbo

    Hahaha, good old Keano, telling it like it is. A lot of people don’t like that.

  • Ike

    Those interviews are called press conferences, and they’re sort of compulsory. Sky Sports News ask questions and film the answers at them so idiots can feel connected to the game and form trite opinions.

  • James

    He’s obviously only talking about the failed bid because he was asked about his reaction to it by SSN. He’s always seen commenting on other “everything that happens” because all the media know he’s good for a soundbite and his views will spark a reaction. He says himself that he’s got bigger problems than discussing the bid and matters at the F.A.
    I’m no lover of Keano myself but I don’t see you having a pop at the likes of Redknapp whose opinion is always sought after as well, regardless of the relevance.

  • daniel storey

    If it helps i bloody hate Redknapp too!