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

  • 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, to see all the brilliant work they are doing in the mental health space.
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Comments • 657

  • Hamzawi Something
    Hamzawi Something 21 hour ago

    whatever you think of kean he is a leader that would stand up for his team

  • Devraj Ray
    Devraj Ray Day ago +1

    Still my favourite premier league game ever. That incident only added to what ended up being such a dramatic night at Highbury.

  • silver
    silver Day ago +2

    I seen Roy in Cork I'm 5f 11 and Roy was taller than me "??? He must have had boots on

  • Username
    Username 2 days ago

    Keano living his best life

  • MrBurnley21
    MrBurnley21 2 days ago

    What a pair of ugly Wankers, and I ain't talking about the presenters!

  • Delboy359
    Delboy359 3 days ago

    They call Arsenal bullies!!!!! I have no love for Arsenal but what hypocrites.

  • Jason Freshwater
    Jason Freshwater 3 days ago +1

    The good old days. Im a Gooner but love keane

    • andrew davy
      andrew davy 2 days ago

      Well said, as a United fan those United and Arsenal teams would wipe the floor with citeh and liverpool now

  • Mike Upton
    Mike Upton 3 days ago


  • MrMongoose221
    MrMongoose221 3 days ago

    I love that Roy always thinks it was fine at the time, then Gary will give actual context of how other people saw it but it just shows thats just how Roy sees the world and he doesn't see it as "a big deal" when people may accuse him of being nasty.

  • B simms
    B simms 3 days ago

    Viera should have been invited

  • rivolinho
    rivolinho 3 days ago +6

    Miss the days when warriors played the game. Not overpaid overgrown kids

  • Kush Kuniss
    Kush Kuniss 3 days ago

    What a game that was... O’Shea with the chip beauty

  • Tshepo Shabangu
    Tshepo Shabangu 4 days ago

    The respect btw Roy Keane and Patrick Vieira is amazing though. I miss those days.

  • Dan sand
    Dan sand 4 days ago

    Great insights,respect from a Arsenal fan...miss the good old days.

  • Faiz Hisham
    Faiz Hisham 4 days ago

    Keane was like mel gibson on braveheart movie on the pitch lol

  • hereisthe news
    hereisthe news 4 days ago

    No characters in either Arsenal or Man Utd squad. Dull and boring. The football is no better either. No way are Arsenal and Man Utd exciting teams to watch anymore. It's a tragedy.

  • Voltspear
    Voltspear 4 days ago

    When football had the balance, it was bloody fun to watch as well. That class of 92 was unreal we are all still awed by it 30 years later

  • Obi Smalls
    Obi Smalls 4 days ago

    Honestly, I look at these guys, and then back to that clip, and I get teary eyed. That rivalry, between Arsenal and United, you can't explain it... It was special and we will never see it again.

  • Michael C
    Michael C 4 days ago

    Don’t care what anyone says but Roy Keane was only the way he was because his passion to win and lead and show what a captain should be made him that way, the greatest cm that ever stepped out on Uniteds pitch, miss watching him so much

  • The Institution
    The Institution 4 days ago +4

    Great, great rivalry it was. Nowadays, terrifically overhyped by the marketing and money making beast that is the Premier League. 👍

  • Joanna
    Joanna 4 days ago

    millionaires think they are gods

  • Abraham
    Abraham 4 days ago

    who would dislike a gem like this? snowflakes

  • Jamie Fitzgrade
    Jamie Fitzgrade 4 days ago

    Gary Neville is such a weasel

  • Rauf Husin
    Rauf Husin 5 days ago

    152 arsenal fans dislike this video. Lol

  • Rock girl
    Rock girl 5 days ago

    I just want to what is bad according to ROY ..probably killing a player on the field LOL

  • Jay Kelly
    Jay Kelly 5 days ago

    The united/arsenal rivalry of the 90’s was something special, they drove each other to the next level, you just don’t get that intensity anymore. Everyone’s an instagram buddy or whatever. Did feel like Neville set himself up perfectly for a few Keane moany jokes toward the end there that he didn’t take though!

  • Jacob Corbett
    Jacob Corbett 5 days ago

    Roy Keane was the definition of a competitor, which is what’s missing in today’s football

  • Ruby Zola
    Ruby Zola 5 days ago +1

    I loved watching football back then, not so much now

    • Rock girl
      Rock girl 5 days ago

      Keane is the epitome of everything wrong at united now. No leaders no characters. Don’t won’t go put the graft in when the going gets tough. They are all talented but lack

  • Ailsa Ni
    Ailsa Ni 5 days ago

    Omg!! U look amazing!!!?

  • Steeve Daw
    Steeve Daw 6 days ago

    Roy Keane V Juventus..

  • Steeve Daw
    Steeve Daw 6 days ago

    We could do with them now...

  • cicstommy
    cicstommy 6 days ago +1

    Roy Keane mugs people off even when he’s trying to help them 🤷🏻‍♂️ 😂😂😂

  • Puppet lover
    Puppet lover 6 days ago

    They don’t make them like Keane anymore do they 😔

    • Ailsa Ni
      Ailsa Ni 5 days ago

      Very nice video...Great :)?

  • blustulagu
    blustulagu 6 days ago +1

    Gary Neville laugh tho

  • Muhammad Ali Qureshi

    People don't realise just how good Roy was. Not just with his feet but with his words as well. When the chips are down you need someone like Roy to pull you up and get the team through.
    We talk about the winning mentality of SAF and how the team never backed down and getting late goals and all that and I think one of the most crucial aspects of that was Roy Keane.

    • Puppet lover
      Puppet lover 6 days ago +1

      The Good Days Are Long Gone. The players are like Princesses with iPhones towards the 90s players

  • Holly Chaves
    Holly Chaves 6 days ago

    Back at man u, Keane was the most feared person on the club. I still see that on gary's eyes.

  • LegitUser
    LegitUser 6 days ago +5

    There’s more hatred in a match between AFTV and The United Stand than the actual Arsenal v Man Utd games now

  • D
    D 6 days ago

    That clip still gives me goose bumps, what a man you’d want Keane by your side if you went to war.

    • D
      D 6 days ago

      dolimi jotoo wtf has that got to do with my comment

  • juan altredo
    juan altredo 6 days ago +4

    I wonder how Gary feels every time he sees this because while it was great for Roy's reputation, made Gary look like a little girl who needed protection from her big brother. Id certainly hated everytime someone bigger or more powerful than I am had to protect me, its incredibly emasculating

  • Rob Smiff
    Rob Smiff 6 days ago

    Gooners are the laughing stock HAHAHAHA

  • Ash R
    Ash R 6 days ago +7

    Keane's humour certainly comes across in these videos and can see what Neville means about him being a funny character behind the ranting and intense imagine

    • Herbert
      Herbert 2 days ago

      I'm sure most of it goes straight over Nev's head. He just laughs at everything to make it look like he knows what's going on.

  • Jimbobjim jim
    Jimbobjim jim 7 days ago

    "He stands up to bullies!" - Eamon Dunphy.

  • Pivot
    Pivot 7 days ago +1

    Fascinating looking at Keane's face from around 6:50 onwards as Neville recounts Keane's role as the 'mirror of Ferguson' on the pitch. the intensity in his gaze is ridiculous - he's clearly still out there on the pitch in his mind making every tackle and pass. Not many like that around these days.

  • Ryan Bram
    Ryan Bram 7 days ago

    Keane is the epitome of everything wrong at united now. No leaders no characters. Don’t won’t go put the graft in when the going gets tough. They are all talented but lack mentality. Don’t get players like him anymore. Absolute player In my eyes.

  • jimi_ jam_
    jimi_ jam_ 7 days ago

    Those were the days when football was great - not anymore sadly

    WELLBRAN 7 days ago

    Put these idiots in the tunnel with...all blacks v south Africa.... They would be like a mouse

  • Mattias Friis
    Mattias Friis 7 days ago

    Boy do United need a new Roy Keane.

  • MI5 Handled
    MI5 Handled 7 days ago +3

    These interviews are OUTSTANDING!!! It’s the only time I feel as if all the BS packaging of players by promoters has been stripped off and the result is everything a football fan wants to witness 👏👏👏 Absolute respect ✊ Now all I want is an Eric Cantona interview so I can ask him the real reason he left Leeds 😂😂😂

  • Peter Kerslake
    Peter Kerslake 8 days ago

    Both teams had some big aggressive defenders giving no quarter. Not so today.

  • wilson lawson
    wilson lawson 8 days ago

    They're grown, but they're not men. Even now the immaturity of these people is embarrassing.

  • Bill Clinton On Crack
    Bill Clinton On Crack 8 days ago +2

    The Good Days Are Long Gone.
    The players are like Princesses with iPhones towards the 90s players

  • mufc gamer
    mufc gamer 8 days ago

    I miss that in tunnel now we have kisses and cuddles with countrymen modern day footballer

  • OnceIWasYou
    OnceIWasYou 8 days ago +2

    Would love to see more of these events where players can speak candidly with someone they know well- chuck the "media training" out the window for once.

  • John Smith
    John Smith 8 days ago +2

    Keane would have posted some great pics to instagram during the 90s!

  • T L
    T L 8 days ago

    Back in the 90s to 2006 ballon dors would get swapped round every year.. so much more technically better players back then also had better defenders too.. van dijk couldn’t even lace maldini’s boots 🥾

  • MemoryLaneCinema
    MemoryLaneCinema 8 days ago

    Miss those days. Today we do not even see a hard tackle.

  • Khalid Al
    Khalid Al 8 days ago


  • Christopher Lane
    Christopher Lane 8 days ago

    Keane a much better player than manager. Lousy manager!!!!

  • Marv Hall
    Marv Hall 8 days ago +1

    Keano would have battered the gooner puff!!!

    • Brick Top
      Brick Top 4 days ago

      He boxed too in his teens before he dedicated himself to football was unbeaten too afaik 👊👊

  • Mohammed Iqbal Shaikh
    Mohammed Iqbal Shaikh 8 days ago +1

    Best times in the premiership

  • Tony Ska
    Tony Ska 8 days ago +2

    I'm love the whole interview with these pair. I'm not a United fan but that team was incredible.

  • thomas skeffington
    thomas skeffington 8 days ago +2

    My mate curses needlessly like Neville in the middle of sentences. Really irritating and doesn’t make him big. No need.

  • Zaf Mo
    Zaf Mo 8 days ago +1

    and nowadays, you get rashford and lingard :(

  • array s
    array s 8 days ago +3

    Ferguson, Wenger, Keane, Vieira, Henry, Cantona these are people who shaped EPL from a fringe league into a big money franchise as we know today.

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  • MR.Chiken
    MR.Chiken 9 days ago


  • Matthew Burnett
    Matthew Burnett 9 days ago

    Ultimate respect from both rivals was a great time

  • MrBalzz
    MrBalzz 9 days ago

    Glasses interviewer is a knobend.

  • Luke Parsons
    Luke Parsons 9 days ago +2

    Fascinating interview. When Keano talks you listen!

  • Craig Bailey
    Craig Bailey 9 days ago

    The good old days loved the Arsenal vs Man U games back in the day 💪🏻

  • Nicholas Y
    Nicholas Y 9 days ago

    Football is full of bland personalities now. It's been steralised!

    • Nicholas Y
      Nicholas Y 8 days ago

      @Blast Thunder Exactly just ask Mike Tyson🙈

    • Blast Thunder
      Blast Thunder 8 days ago

      Nicholas Y when you’re a multi millionaire by 23 there’s not gonna be much hunger

  • Sam Jones
    Sam Jones 9 days ago

    Neville is such a little rat

  • Si Manny McHale
    Si Manny McHale 9 days ago

    Oh man this is just sheer class

  • Leroy1985 Red army
    Leroy1985 Red army 9 days ago

    Football will never be the same from there day

  • Stuart Cumings
    Stuart Cumings 9 days ago

    What happened when keane flipped at alan shearer in 02/03?

    • ChiefShittingBull
      ChiefShittingBull 8 days ago +1

      Shearer was a very good goal scorer BUT a sneaky/snidey player . ...

  • T Lee
    T Lee 9 days ago

    What kind of accent does Gary hVe??

    • clive boulton
      clive boulton 9 days ago

      T Lee
      You’re welcome pal.

    • T Lee
      T Lee 9 days ago

      @clive boulton ah thank you!

    • clive boulton
      clive boulton 9 days ago +1

      T Lee
      Lancashire, he’s from Bury.

  • Realist
    Realist 9 days ago

    all stemed from keane and ferguson.

  • Ecom Reviews
    Ecom Reviews 9 days ago

    Chelsea through and through. And I’ll admit , I enjoyed the Arsenal v Utd Rivalry than I did our own.

  • HMZ
    HMZ 9 days ago +4

    Roy Keane - “Absoloot naarnsense”

  • Bear
    Bear 9 days ago

    AFC were pussies compared to that united team

  • Adil Jakatoore Ahmed
    Adil Jakatoore Ahmed 9 days ago +2

    Keano do me a favour 😂😂😂

  • murphh57
    murphh57 9 days ago

    nevilles a creep.

  • Muesli711
    Muesli711 9 days ago

    Subtitles - 'asked in vanga' is Wenger lol

  • Philip Garnier
    Philip Garnier 9 days ago +1

    kicks player for 90min. winges to captain when confront about it. utd call arsenal bullies. lol irony

  • Daniel Lyons
    Daniel Lyons 9 days ago +5

    These were the days before 'new money' clubs ruined football. The day's when players played, and would die for their clubs on the pitch. The passion and intensity was so much more entertaining. As a Tottenham fan, I still loved watching this fixture

    • CD DB
      CD DB 5 days ago

      Chelsea became Chelski in 2003 and they're talking about 2005

  • Mike Harrigon
    Mike Harrigon 9 days ago

    All staged. Opiate for the masses.

  • 0981247937
    0981247937 9 days ago +1

    WOW this is amazing to look back at now, Arsenal football club haven't changed.. Still a bunch of emotional and embarrassing babies.. now its even more embarrassing because they haven't won a title in 17 years and established themselves as complete and absolute failures in Europe.
    It's amazing looking back at it now and seeing that they actually thought they were on United's level... self-proclaimed "Invincibles" who drew more games than any club in English football history.

    • the assembled
      the assembled Day ago

      @LawAcieIV thats true but wouldn't you say that winning isn't the only thing. These players have to contribute something to society also George weah and flamini have developed into decent people who are contributing to society from Wenger's tuition what players have untied got who have done the same I won't hold my breath

    • LawAcieIV
      LawAcieIV 3 days ago

      @the assembled the number 1 goal is to dominate/win he won 13 titles to Wengers 3 and won in Europe. And from 1997-2005 you can argue Wenger had the better squad. Sure Wenger was more revolutionary and had a bigger impact on the game, but he wasn't a better coach/manager. The Fergie F.A combo was better than Wenger.

    • the assembled
      the assembled 3 days ago

      @LawAcieIV I can agree with most of what you said but fergie a better manager wenger left a mark on how managers acted ie diets etc clough paisley Stein are mangers that contributed to how clubs are run today can you enlighten me what fergie left apart from dominating a league that only arsenal were the only threat abit like Mourinho won cups no one could really challenge Chelsea as they spent more than anyone else they even brought players to sit in the stands that they kept so that the opposition couldn't buy them

    • LawAcieIV
      LawAcieIV 4 days ago

      Utd had the better manager, Arsenal had the better player's, as a team probably even maybe slight edge to whoever your a fan of. The biggest thing was Fergie v Wenger, Fergie was a better tactically and most importantly had the F.A behind him. Wenger was better in psychology and nutrition he could nurture talent alot better. But all of those UTD were exposed when they left (which most didn't) or when they played for their national team's. All the invincibles had much better international career's and did better outside England as well.

    • the assembled
      the assembled 7 days ago

      @ibizanfever the problem with arsenal they will always let you down. Being a hypocrite as you put it what did United actually do! A treble that arsenal had a massive hand in. They lacked the killer instinct as good as arsenal were bergkamp missed a massive penalty in the cup the beginning of the treble. Maybe you don't understand what you saw lol

  • MannYSJ
    MannYSJ 9 days ago +4

    I watched the full two hours but didn’t see this part. Can anyone tell me what time this part took place?

    • Michael L
      Michael L 4 days ago

      The tunnel bit isnt in it but the last few mins are at the start

    • Robbie Murray
      Robbie Murray 9 days ago

      Don't think this part was included I didn't see it either

  • MrWal23
    MrWal23 9 days ago

    Neville is that kid at school who everyone hates. Proper slime ball.

  • Paul Gray
    Paul Gray 9 days ago +4

    Arsenal v Man Utd 1997-2005 was the ultimate premier league rivalry pure hatred think a lot of teams are to nice to each other now dont get characters like Roy Keane and Patrick Vieira anymore

  • Isleofskye
    Isleofskye 9 days ago +3

    See the Guy on the left has realised that the audience were not there to see him.
    Absolutely farcical on another clip of this chat when Nev needed to respond to Roy's long comment and this joker kept saying to Nev "Wait my next question is more important!" and eventually after Nev's 4th or 5th attempt he got the

  • Alan West
    Alan West 9 days ago +1

    who else thought for the first 3 minutes of the video the guy in the white shirt was Guillem Balague?

  • KOSH
    KOSH 9 days ago +5

    That 4-2 was BY FAR my favourite United vs Arsenal game, one of my favourite games of all time. The football on both sides was electric, and then the O'Shea chip? Unreal

  • Santos Lewynn
    Santos Lewynn 9 days ago

    Roy Keane's Greatest Hits

  • onlyjoetee
    onlyjoetee 9 days ago +1

    Keane and Ferguson clashed bcos they were too similar...

  • Sparx B
    Sparx B 9 days ago +6

    Roy Keane now sounds and has the mannerisms of Father Ted 🙏🙏🙏😂🤣🤣

  • Sean Peter-Budge
    Sean Peter-Budge 9 days ago +4

    Without even saying a word Fergie had worked Wenger up to geeing his own players up to be and play as something they really weren't: aggressive alphas.
    If you're on a pitch with Roy Keane there is only one alpha. Roy Keane.

  • Desporto
    Desporto 9 days ago

    It's Vee-ay-ra

  • Steven Lowdon
    Steven Lowdon 9 days ago

    What's happening with Keane's fingers?

  • TOYSoldier113
    TOYSoldier113 9 days ago +1

    They did't include the part when he calmed down and they were smirking trying not to laugh, it the most important part of the incident in my opinion

    • caegb
      caegb 8 days ago

      TOYSoldier113 but still a great moment.

    • TOYSoldier113
      TOYSoldier113 9 days ago +1

      Oh yeah you’re right

    • David Marcer
      David Marcer 9 days ago +2

      That was the following year mate