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Steven Gerrard is the latest victim of Roy Keane's acid tongue

Another victim of Roy Keane’s sardonic tongue, the latest is being Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard. Gerrard is finally playing his last season for the Merseyside club, before moving on to play in the Major Soccer League for LA Galaxy next year.

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Roy Keane takes a dig at Steven Gerrard

Another victim of Roy Keane’s sardonic tongue, the latest is being Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard. Gerrard is finally playing his last season for the Merseyside club, before moving on to play in the Major Soccer League for LA Galaxy next year. 

The former Manchester United Captain, who is famous for blasting almost everybody has recently aimed for Liverpool captain in a fundraiser occasion for Waterford United, asked if Manchester United missed out something by not signing Gerrard, Keane sarcastically snorted: "No, we want to try winning something."

Roy Keane who was also known as ‘Keano’, was a tough midfielder and one of the best in his time, winning seven premier league trophies with Manchester United between 1994-2003, but failed to lead his team to Champions league glory due to being suspended back in the year of 1999. 

Whereas Gerrard has been a constant source of inspiration for Liverpool on several occasions, having led the team to a few major trophies, including the Champions League. However, his failure at winning even a single Premier League title is certainly something that the English midfielder will always regret.

Roy Keane was also quizzed by fans as to who his former club Manchester United should be looking at for transfer targets, to which the 43-year-old replied that the Red Devils should try and re-sign their former player Paul Pogba from Juventus

He said, “I think that United should sign Paul Pogba for they need a presence and physical player in midfield. Pogba knows the league, is big and strong and is playing brilliantly for Juventus. People say United can’t get Pogba, but they should try.”

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