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Keane blasts Fergie for turning on players who brought him 'millions, a statue, and a stand'

Spoiler alert: Roy Keane and Alex Ferguson still don’t get along.

ROY KEANE TOOK aim at Alex Ferguson again today and said he might never forgive the former Manchester United boss for their acrimonious split.

Keane blasted Fergie for turning on the players who brought him success during his years at Old Trafford.

And he admitted: “Will I ever forgive him? I don’t know. I don’t know.”

Coincidentally the two are in Dublin this evening with Ferguson set to address the Dublin Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner.

Keane was speaking at the media launch of his new autobiography, The Second Half, and quashed any talk of a friendly drink.

“You’ve worked with somebody for such a long time, and obviously we’ve had our disagreements and I departed and I have no problem with that. That’s fine.

“It’s afterwards when people started coming out with all sorts of nonsense.

For Alex Ferguson to criticise not just myself but other players who were part of a team that brought some good days to lots of supporters, for him to criticise that when you think of what he made out of it — he made millions of pounds, he’s got his statue, he’s got his stand named after him.

“I said at the time I wasn’t too worried about myself but to criticise people who brought him success was ridiculous.

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“Will I ever forgive him? I don’t know. I don’t know.

“We’ll see if we ever cross paths again. I’m sure we will… cross paths.”

As it happened: Roy Keane press conference to launch ‘The Second Half’

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