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Roy Keane In The Sky Sports Studio For Liverpool Vs Manchester United This Sunday

Roy Keane In The Sky Sports Studio For Liverpool Vs Manchester United This Sunday
Gary Connaughton
By Gary Connaughton
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This should be interesting. Roy Keane will appear in the Sky Sports studio this Sunday for the clash of Liverpool and Manchester United. The ex-United captain is sure to have some interesting opinions on both sides, who currently find themselves in very different situations.

Under Jose Mourinho, United have had a disastrous Premier League campaign thus far, finding themselves eight points behind fourth place Arsenal. Liverpool have had a contrasting start to the season, sitting top of the table and unbeaten through 16 league games.

While there is currently 16 points between the teams, these games are always notoriously difficult to predict. Keane will be on hand at Anfield to give his two cents on the match-up.


He has plenty experience of such fixtures, having played in it 21 times. He will be joined by ex-Liverpool stalwarts Jamie Carragher and Graeme Souness.


Keane has forged a reputation for himself as a no-nonsense pundit in recent years, not being afraid to give controversial opinions. Having mostly featured on ITV, this will be his first appearance on Sky Sports. He also has some extra time on his hands, having recently departed his role as Republic of Ireland assistant manager.

The Irishman will no doubt hold some strong opinions on Manchester United's current predicament. It will also be interesting to hear his thoughts on Liverpool's strong form at the moment, considering how critical he has been of the Merseyside outfit under Jürgen Klopp in the past.

Keane derided Liverpool after a 3-0 victory over Maribor last November, saying he wouldn't even watch them if they were playing in his back garden.


It's hard to figure out Liverpool at the moment. I think, it's hard to get excited about them. To me, they are going nowhere fast.

Again, they're neat and tidy, but defensively... Come the end of the season when the prizes are being given out, Liverpool will be nowhere near them. because at the back there are question marks about the goalkeeper... There's not too much to say about Liverpool.

I think if Liverpool were playing out in my back garden, I wouldn't watch them. They're just drifting. Drifting nowhere.

This seems a much stronger Liverpool than the one of early last season, and it will be interesting to hear if Keane has softened his stance. It would definitely ruffle some feathers were he to once again claim they were 'going nowhere fast.'

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