Former Manchester United skipper claims he would definitely reconcile with Alex Ferguson and feels proud to have played the ‘greatest days’ of his life at Old Trafford.
Roy Keane is ready to move on and make peace with former Red Devils manager Sir Alex Ferguson only if the Scot agrees to apologize to him.
Keane who has previously insisted that he will never forgive the former manager for the comments he had made about the Irish man in his autobiography.
But when Roy was asked that whether he will meet the Scot for a drink, Keane hinted that he is ready to make peace with the former Manchester United manager. He was quoted stating to Four Four Two
“Well, it would be a cup of tea. If Sir Alex Ferguson apologises I would be happy to move on… for Ferguson to badmouth me after I left, I think he does owe me an apology.”
Roy Keane left Manchester United in 2005 after reports claiming a fall out with Alex Ferguson but the former skipper stated that he loved his time at Old Trafford.
“It was never going to end as a pal’s act. I was never going to leave with champagne and flowers. I saw how Bryan Robson and Steve Bruce left the club, both decent United captains, and I didn’t like the way they left. If United fans say I had a decent career, then brilliant. If they want to say, ‘What’s gone on with Ferguson stuff?’ then f*** them. “I’m not begrudging of Sir Alex and Man United, because, let’s get this straight, I had the greatest days of my life at United.”
The Irishman who after retiring as a player also managed Sunderland and Ipswich town, also revealed why he didn’t succeeded at Portman Road.
“I never felt comfortable at Ipswich because they wore blue… I’m not a big lover of blue.”
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