MANCHESTER UNITED legend Roy Keane has revealed his favorite football pundits – but snubbed his Sky Sports pal Micah Richards.
The pair have developed an unlikely love-hate relationship that has kept viewers entertained for the past several years.
Keane and Richards can often be seen on TV when their former clubs Man United or Manchester City have big games.
Despite their unique relationship, Keane flatly refused to include him when he listed his top 3 things to do during a question-and-answer session on Monday Fight Football.
Instead, he chose Sky colleagues Jamie Carragher, Gary Neville and Graeme Souness – although he couldn’t resist inserting witty digs.
Keane said: “I have to go with Jamie, we made a deal.
“What helps is listening to people like Jamie, who are very passionate.
“I think Neville is really good, I have to go with Nev because, as I always say, I want tickets to the Salford games.
“I like Graeme Souness. Growing up I watched him as a player, I thought he was a brilliant player so he always had that influence on me how he played. What he won. I have something with him worked and he thinks along the same lines as me.”
When pressed by moderator Dave Jones to add Richards to his list, Keane said: “I’m not picking him, no chance.”
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The former Manchester City has made it onto Carragher’s favorite pundits list, with Neville and Keane also in his top three.
Keane gave his three current favorite Premier League players as Kevin De Bruyne, Erling Haaland and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Carragher agreed with De Bruyne and Haaland but substituted his handshake-snubbing foe Ronaldo for Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk.
As for the current top managers, Keane said his favorites are Graham Potter, Thomas Frank and Pep Guardiola. While Irishman cites Wayne Rooney, Thierry Henry and Ronaldo as his favorite players of the Premier League era.
When asked, Keane even revealed his three favorite films, picking One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest, There Will Be Blood and Shawshank Redemption.
The former Ipswich boss has been linked with a return to management in recent days and was spotted days before Steve Bruce was sacked as Baggies boss at Preston vs West Brom.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/6416708/roy-keane-micah-richards-sky-sports-tv/ Man Utd legend Roy Keane names three favorite pundits… but SNUBS Sky Sports pal Micah Richards