Date: 19th October 2010 at 4:31pm
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The apparent feud between Rooney and Ferguson continues to dominate the news with many sources very quick to remind their readers that what is occurring has happened before at United.

Names being quoted that also fell foul of Sir Alex include – Paul Ince, Jaap Stam, Ruud Van Nistelrooy, David Beckham and, the legend that is, Roy Keane. All were ruthlessly shipped out of Old Trafford when all probably thought they`d be spending the rest of their professional lives there.

Out of the five, Roy Keane has stepped forward to have his say on the ongoing situation, with the current Ipswich Town manager being quoted in the red-top media as having remarked,

“Wayne is a good lad. He should look after #1. Players are pieces of meat.”

“When your time is up, it`s up. Luckily Wayne is a good age and fit.”

“The difference with me was that when my time was up, I had a broken foot and was told lies.”


Intriguing comments which would, we believe, tend to suggest that Roy is urging Wayne to do what he wants and follow his own ambitions!

Does that surprise anyone with us knowing Roy to be such a forthright character!

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