We've already heard form the prosecution but now it's Roy Keane's turn to take the stand at Manchester Magistrate's Court and give his version of events. The Ireland assistant manager is accused of disorderly behaviour in Altrincham, Cheshire on January 30th. He denies the charge.
The court had earlier heard how Keane was behaving aggressively after a taxi driver asked him to smile while he was driving through Altrincham. Keane has taken the stand and it seems his wry personality hasn't taken a beating from the experience.
Asked to clarify his career in management, Roy Keane replies to the defence QC. "attempted management "
A few laughs in the courtroom.
— Olly Foster (@OllyFoster) June 19, 2015
Roy, you old joker you.
Update: Keane has since been found not guilty of the public order offence that he was charged with.