Keane and Neville | Tunnel incident with Arsenal 'bullies' revisited | #MUFC

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  • Published on Sep 10, 2019
  • Over 2,200 Off The Ball fans joined us in the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in Dublin on Wednesday night, with thanks to Cadbury - for a night with Manchester United stars Roy Keane and Gary Neville.
    We also have the full uncut show available on our FLash-player channel, subscribe for more football interviews, analysis and reaction videos.
    Keane and Neville were at the Off The Ball roadshow with thanks to Cadbury, who were celebrating their third year as ‘Official Snack Partner’ to the Premier League with this special evening with Cadbury Ambassadors Roy Keane and Gary Neville.
    All money raised from ticket sales was donated to Aware - Cadbury Ireland’s charity partner. Be sure to check out Aware.ie, to see all the brilliant work they are doing in the mental health space.
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Comments • 802

  • Kyle Wilson
    Kyle Wilson 14 hours ago

    So many poofy fan boys giggling like little girls here

  • Ding Dong
    Ding Dong 2 days ago

    Is that Neville, or a 6 year old girl laughing ?

  • Life Is Beautiful
    Life Is Beautiful 2 days ago

    You know what I can't abide, a player like Lingard who appears in tv adverts where he's serving from an ice cream van, then there's this "oh, aren't you mere mortals surprised to see me here look on his arrogant face", that kind of "I'm delusional enough to think I'm better or bigger than I actually am" mentality. That pisses me off because instead of taking the time to appear in adverts he should be more concerned about the fact that maybe, just maybe he isn't good enough to play for United. Maybe working from an ice cream van would be a better fit for him

  • Craig Cullen
    Craig Cullen 3 days ago

    Nobs

  • TalkToTheBody
    TalkToTheBody 3 days ago

    Roy Keane is an inspiration, you stand up for yourself and you don’t let anyone walk all over you. Hats off to you Roy, and Gary is a great guy, love his laugh

  • John Macdonald
    John Macdonald 16 days ago

    I've watched this multiple times.
    Brilliant conversation.

  • Michael Forster
    Michael Forster 24 days ago

    I'd put my wages on Vieira would level Keane.

  • Jonathan King
    Jonathan King 26 days ago +1

    Grew up watching that era of Prem League Football, God i miss it😢

  • David C
    David C 27 days ago +1

    Keane needs a good kicking it would knock some sense into him - he is also a traitor to his country. The fighting for Neville is schoolboy stuff.

  • Green Gunner
    Green Gunner 28 days ago +1

    Being an Irish Arsenal fan you could imagine my conflict when it came to Keane and Vieira

  • Media Beast Entertainment

    Bring back the Highbury boys. A bunch of soft babies now rocking my favourite jersey

  • John mc kiernan
    John mc kiernan Month ago

    oh aye, Keane your such a hard man. BSer!

  • Liam White the Nerd

    The intelligent Gary said "god rest his soul" .... yeah invisible imaginary man rest his soul

  • Peter Jones
    Peter Jones Month ago

    United really could use a captain like Keane right now.

  • Leon Davis
    Leon Davis Month ago

    You did kick reyes back to spain thi gary

  • Harry Barry
    Harry Barry Month ago

    Roy Keane ur the general an the pich

  • Pavol Krajčovič
    Pavol Krajčovič Month ago +1

    Rest in peace José Antonio Reyes

  • Rishav Joshi
    Rishav Joshi 2 months ago

    Too many boomers in the comments.

  • Better than telly
    Better than telly 2 months ago +1

    Nowadays theyd argue about the best moisturiser.

  • Mr
    Mr 2 months ago +3

    Need a manager like him at Manchester United set those 11 clowns straight make them afraid to lose

    • The Grimm Commoner
      The Grimm Commoner 2 months ago

      Ole has Fergie's tactics and Keane has Fergie's temper. Imagine Keane as the Assistant Manager.

  • Ironclad Stranger
    Ironclad Stranger 2 months ago

    Lads cuddling each other before the matches is cringeworthy. bring back the old days

  • Ron Francis
    Ron Francis 2 months ago

    I'm arsenal but love Keane he was immense and his battles with Patrick we will never see anything like again imo

  • Granth -
    Granth - 2 months ago +4

    3:28- This is the first time I've seen Keano laughing

  • Martin Harris
    Martin Harris 2 months ago

    Roy Keane ledgen

  • Toby Barker
    Toby Barker 2 months ago

    most annoying laugh of the year?

  • Jon Reynolds
    Jon Reynolds 3 months ago +26

    R.I.P Reyes.
    Man Utd fan.

    • Obitrice For life
      Obitrice For life Day ago

      Jon Reynolds What a player he was. Glad I was a kid who watched him in his prime.

  • atul kumar
    atul kumar 3 months ago +1

    We had men in the squad in Roy's era and now we have boys in the team, that's the difference between now and then, I wish Roy could insert some sense in the squad now.
    Fast forward to Manchester derby, Roy visited Carrington and United thrashed City in their own backyard 🤗

  • Leon Williams
    Leon Williams 3 months ago +3

    Roy got lot of respect for nev..despite the banter 😂

  • Leon Williams
    Leon Williams 3 months ago +1

    Keane is a ledge

  • TheGooners11
    TheGooners11 3 months ago +2

    Keano and Neville are both superb pundits and make a great team . I really like them both.

  • rob taylor
    rob taylor 3 months ago +1

    Roy Keane...ledgend.

  • Lyndsey Brooks
    Lyndsey Brooks 3 months ago +2

    Team Roy and Neville

  • Honi soit qui mal y pense

    Seems like Roy has made up with the certain individuals that he'd supposedly fell out with, only recently he's started to praise and say good things about other players and the club, glad that he's finally stopped being bitter.

  • Jeff Nichols
    Jeff Nichols 4 months ago

    Back when the winning Champions league didn’t even compare to winning the league. Now clubs only care about being in the champions league to make money.

  • Alex Thelander
    Alex Thelander 4 months ago +11

    "Senegal this, Senegal that. Why don't you play for them then?"

  • retrozulu
    retrozulu 4 months ago

    Get your tongue out of his arshole

  • Liam Mellowes
    Liam Mellowes 4 months ago +13

    We should all remember that when Roy turned professional he applied to all 92 football league clubs, as they existed at the time and was rejected by all of them. Just let that sink in for a minute! He had to work for everything he achieved. Never a bluffer, always a legend!

    • John
      John 19 hours ago

      @Liam Mellowes lmao again was he or was he not playing football in Ireland?

    • Manc Flyer
      Manc Flyer 19 hours ago

      He never wrote to United!

    • Liam Mellowes
      Liam Mellowes Month ago

      It's all explained very well, in his autobiography! Well worth a read!

    • John
      John Month ago

      So he wasnt playing in Ireland first?

  • Moravcik 25
    Moravcik 25 4 months ago +1

    Waited for ever to see Keano in a Celtic jersey & although it was only a short spell at the end of his career when injuries were restricting him, the Celtic lads at the time said he improved the mentality, attitude, professionalism & performance instantly, even training quality. Top man!

  • katie louise
    katie louise 4 months ago

    Nev, you gotta change that laugh man, it’s embarrassing

  • neil jackson
    neil jackson 4 months ago +7

    God I wish Roy Keane played for us know, what a player, what a leader, best tackle on haaland I've ever seen !!!

  • chivasteele
    chivasteele 4 months ago

    The problem with united today. No fight, no courage, no caracter.

  • Michael Farrow
    Michael Farrow 4 months ago +1

    He was right back then though. Vieira was a spiteful, nasty player. He'd target opposition players who were carrying injuries, put Moncur out for months. Then he'd be charming.

    • HerrNilssonTheMonkey
      HerrNilssonTheMonkey 2 months ago

      They were two of a kind. I suppose that's why they respect each other.

  • Rajendra Nadarajan
    Rajendra Nadarajan 4 months ago +2

    Back when players would fight and die for the badge. Players these days do it for the huge paycheck. Where's a passion lads?

  • Gibaničar Stolar
    Gibaničar Stolar 4 months ago +11

    Now we got global instagram stars JLingzz and Rashy

    • Some Guy
      Some Guy Day ago

      Leave Rashford out of it, he does what's needed on the pitch unlike Pogba and Lingard.

  • Steveo999ful
    Steveo999ful 4 months ago

    Big talk. Keane was an over rated bully and thug and carried by the better players.

  • Lubondo Chilekwa
    Lubondo Chilekwa 4 months ago +11

    WTF! Happened to united over the years? After watching yesterday's I'm utterly disgusted at how low their standards have dropped.

  • An Electrician
    An Electrician 5 months ago +1

    What a horrible laugh

  • Json Clarke
    Json Clarke 5 months ago +2

    I think in this day n age every team wants or aims 4 a roy keane or A p Vieira in there team

  • Json Clarke
    Json Clarke 5 months ago

    Always New Gary Neville was A lil fairy TBF ..lol #YNWA Gud Vid Tho Bro

  • William Boyle
    William Boyle 5 months ago +1

    Keane could eat vieira.

    • Imran Becks
      Imran Becks 5 months ago

      For some reason I read that as Viagra....lol

  • Paul occs
    Paul occs 5 months ago +11

    Keano a real character and leader. No where near the standards that we have in our current squad. Think roy should pay them a visit to Carrington and show them how to be men & play for the shirt. Blood sweat & tears.

  • Thomas Barnes
    Thomas Barnes 5 months ago +3

    No matter which team you support Arsenal or United both teams from that Vieria, Keane era had great players but more importantly they were teams e.g Winners!

  • TORQUE MADA
    TORQUE MADA 5 months ago

    Ha de feckin ha...love that west cork bhoy.

  • David Hope
    David Hope 5 months ago +2

    I enjoyed the interview, I must say. Man Utd had some very talented players (Ronaldo, Kanchelskis, Cantona, Van Nistelrooy, Giggs and Scholes) and some fit, talented, unbelievably competitive players, with great characters (Keane, Paul Ince, Bruce, Pallister, Vidic, Schmeichel, Butt, Beckham, Neville, Solksjear, Stam...)... and don't forget Clayton Blackmore!!! Ferguson would, shall we say, "lean" on the refs, though, and he had a lot of allies (ex-players, or just allies) who were managers at the time - McLeish, Bruce, Hughes, Robson among others. Guys like Martinez and Moyes wouldn't really oppose Sir Alex, although he was a Great Manager, no doubt.

  • 1878 St
    1878 St 5 months ago +2

    From an everton fan i loved roy keane

  • john kavanagh
    john kavanagh 5 months ago

    Any chance that they would actually question Mr. Neville? Very one sided towards Roy.

  • LennyJohnson5
    LennyJohnson5 5 months ago

    Arsenal 'bullies'? Possibly, but Arsenal weren't famous for surrounding - and bullying - the referee every time a decision went against them. That was..... let me think.... Manchester United, I seem to recall. Great days, great teams, great matches, but there were no bigger 'bullies' football at that time than Fergie and his United team. And that, as Rafa Benitez might say, is 'fact'. I still miss the intensity of those matches though; nothing quite like it now.

  • Saltxn
    Saltxn 5 months ago +10

    Oh man how we’ve missed characters like that at United.

  • Jason Schwarzman
    Jason Schwarzman 5 months ago +7

    Roy "I'm not one to get involved in argie bargie" keane.

  • Martin Hasson
    Martin Hasson 5 months ago

    This is why UNITED are finding
    it difficult to move on! 😱😱😱😱
    THERE ARE TOO MANY MONEY MAKING
    SIDESHOWS ! ( EX- PLAYERS ETC)
    🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄