Many Everton fans have slammed Roy Keane after a video involving the pundit emerged on social media.
Football Daily recently relayed a video involving Roy Keane, who was talking about Everton’s chances of competing for the title on Super Sunday. The former Man Utd midfielder said that teams would need around 80 points to win the league, but he said that fans should ‘forget’ about Everton challenging for the title. He made it clear that he wouldn’t include Everton in the debate for potentially winning the league.
Are you angry at Roy Keane?
The Toffees are currently at sixth in the Premier League table. They have 32 points in the bag and they find themselves only five points behind league leaders Manchester United. In their previous game, they beat Wolves 2-1 and they’ve won five out of their last six outings in the league (as per Whoscored).
Carlo Ancelotti’s men have generated a non-penalty xG of 1.18 in the Premier League this season and that is the ninth-best tally in the division. Their non-penalty Expected Goals against metric stands at 1.16, which is the ninth-worst in the Premier League (as per FBRef).
The video involving Keane was relayed on Twitter by All Together Now Everton podcast. Many Toffees fans talked about the former midfielder.
What did Everton fans make of this video about Keane?
“Clearly still hasn’t got over Everton turning him down when he was booted out of Old Trafford.“
“He speaks about football as if it’s the same as when he played, which a lot of the time is edgy and funny but sometimes it’s just plain embarrassing.”
“Good keep on discounting us we’ll be the ones laughing when we finish in the top four.”
“There is a reason why Keane is sitting in the studio & not in the dugout. It’s laughable that he bigs up Brendan Rodgers who has won nothing of note & dismisses Ancelotti who has won everything.”
“What would Roy know, he is a failed football manager to be fair.“
“Didn’t Little Everton beat Leicester recently.”
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