We've seen a lot of Roy Keane over the last number of weeks.
Not only that, but we've seen a variety of hijinks at play when it comes to fan cutouts that have dominated football crowds in lieu of actual supporters. Elland Road was infiltrated by a rogue cutout of Osama Bin Laden during the week, and Nottingham Forest's home of the City Ground was no different.
Only, one fan decided to dedicate a cutout to one of their former players in an unusual way.
Plus Roy Keane and a Mr Whippy pic.twitter.com/91o7wMigi4
— Gary Taphouse (@garytaphouse) June 28, 2020
That's right, folks, a scowling Roy Keane holding a 99.
Keane, who played for Forest under Brian Clough at the start of the 1990s, was one of several ex-players who received a cutout. Whereas the likes of Stuart Pearce and Stan Collymore had cutouts of them in action, one Forest fan decided to showcase Keane's love of dairy-based delights.
There were a variety of strange guests on show at the City Ground for their 3-1 win over Huddersfield Town in the Championship.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry received cutouts, as did the likes of Buzz Lightyear and Wally of Where's Wally? fame. Harry, of course, is an Arsenal fan, although there's not a lot of information on Buzz and Wally. Wally's garb is reminiscent of a Hamilton Academical jersey, with Buzz's colour scheme looking slightly akin to a Shamrock Rovers away jersey.
Leeds, after the attention received from the Osama Bin Laden incident, decided to have a little bit of fun with their cutouts for the visit of Fulham.
They decided to dedicate a place in their stands for former player Chris Kamara, who assumed the form of his Soccer Saturday persona.
— Leeds United (@LUFC) June 27, 2020
The Keane cutout has us all wondering how he likes his ice-cream. Is he a 99 man or does he curse at the flake? He doesn't strike us as a syrup man, but no one can resist the lure of hundreds and thousands.