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John O'Shea Responds To Roy Keane's Comments About Him In His Autobiography

Mark Farrelly
By Mark Farrelly
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In many ways John O'Shea is the anti-Roy Keane. As Kipling once put it ' If John O'Shea can keep his head when all around him are losing theirs and blaming it on Alex Ferguson, Mick McCarthy and poor old Dwight Yorke ... Then his is the earth and everything that's in it. And which is more, he'll score a stoppage time equaliser away to Germany.'

Seriously though, O'Shea has taken Roy Keane's comments in his new book, about how Cristiano Ronaldo made the Waterford man look like a clown, in typically cool fashion, telling talkSPORT that 'It’s fair to say there’s exaggerations in peoples’ autobiographies from time-to-time.'


Keane had said in his book that 'Sheasy ended up seeing the doctor at half time because he was actually having dizzy spells.' However, the man himself completely refutes these claims:

While he [Ronaldo] did give me a roasting, there wasn’t too many dizzy spells.

There was a bit of jetlag, but there was no dizzy spells. Look, everyone should be happy he came to Man United a year earlier because of it, so we can always look at it that way.

I'm sure O'Shea took Keane's comments as a joke. After all, he has brain, not like the rest of us.


hat-tip: Sqwuaka



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