Roy Keane said he never planned to injure Erling Haaland's father.
The ex-Manchester United midfielder visited the Overlaps' Stick to Football podcast, where he remembered all his red cards for the Devils. Of course, the conversation did not go without an incident with Alf-Inge Haaland.
Keane attacked the Norwegian's knee with a straight leg, who would later end his career due to this injury.
“I don't think the tackle was that bad.. I didn't mean to hurt him with that blow, he does a somersault and it looks worse.
When you play this game you know when someone is trying to hurt the player. It's just that when someone does a somersault, it looks worse than it actually was.
It was a stupid game, it was a lousy game. We were all upset that we had been knocked out of Europe a couple of days earlier,” Keane was quoted as saying by the Daily Mail.
And then Keane completely blamed his former comrade Gary Neville for the fact that Roy was then given a card. Gary ran to prove to the judge that it was not yellow.
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