ROY KEANE has selected Kyle Walker in his all-time Premier League XI XI, to the surprise of the numbers in Manchester City.
The Irishman has criticized the right-back in the past, even labeling him an ‘idiot’ last season.
The incident prompted City to file a formal complaint in Sky’s way – insisting that Keane was ‘off the line’.
So it came as a surprise when, on a recent Overlap live show, Keane picked Walker on his team.
The 50-year-old has been banned from choosing his former team-mate – with sky friend Gary Neville choosing Cesar Azpilicueta.
According to The Athletic, Keane’s decision to choose Walker was met with ‘considerable surprise’ by those in the Man City team.
The 31-year-old certainly has trophies to back it up, however, having won three Prem titles.
Walker is one of two Man City players selected by Keane – the other is Vincent Kompany.
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He picked Chelsea legend Petr Cech in goal, with former Arsenal captain Tony Adams partnering Kompany at the back and Ashley Cole on the left.
Former England stars Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard were placed in midfield by former Manchester United rival Patrick Vieira.
Keane selected current Liverpool star Mo Salah on the right, while Arsenal’s all-time leading goalscorer Thierry Henry on the left.
Prem’s top marksman, Alan Shearer is Keano’s man.
Keane was in excellent form as a substitute as City beat former side United 4-1 at the Etihad yesterday.
He ripped off United’s ‘shameless’ stars, insisting they ‘give up’.
Keane then stressed that the Reds’ current season is only concerned with their hair and whether their boots look good.
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https://www.the-sun.com/sport/football/premier-league/4838330/man-city-keane-walker-idiot/ Man City shocked by Premier League all-time Keane after Man Utd legend includes Walker despite branding him ‘idiot’