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'Like They're In Starbucks' - Keane Savages West Ham Like Only He Can

'Like They're In Starbucks' - Keane Savages West Ham Like Only He Can
Colman Stanley
By Colman Stanley
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West Ham looked like they were en route to a huge FA Cup win in Old Trafford, after leading Man United by a goal up until the 77th minute of tonight's game.

Things went severely down from there, however, after an og from Nayed Aguerd, before Garnacho and Fred made it 3-1 to the home side.

In the studio after the match, Roy Keane savaged the Londoners for their play leading up to Man United's first goal, in a way only he can.

Having a little discussion like they're in Starbucks.

Come and take people out, come with violence, that's your job.

They come, they get a bit giddy, they have opportunities. It's loads of teams - not just West Ham but the Spurs' of this world. They come to Old Trafford, they have a little bit of possession, one or two chances, get all excited and end up getting beaten."

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Spurs also caught a few strays as the rant went on.


Before the game, Keane laid out his opinion of Declan Rice in no uncertain terms, and we think that his thoughts on the West Ham and England midfielder probably haven't changed too much after tonight.

"I don't think he's been that good," said Keane. "I don't think he's been great this season. He's not really kicked on, you know, for all the talk about him, a lot of good PR coming out of West ham, how much he's worth.


"I think he needs to do a lot more. He doesn't get enough goals, doesn't get enough assists.

"He needs to do a lot more. We'll see what he's like now tonight. And listen, I've been a fan of him. He turns up every week, he's always fit, but I just want a bit more from him.

"There's talk of him, he's gonna be leaving for big money and going to one of the bigger clubs who will be competing for trophies obviously and playing in Champions League. He needs to do a lot more. It's just, it's as simple as that."


SEE ALSO: Roy Keane's Comments On Rice Show His Opinion Has Changed Significantly

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