Thursday, May 11, 2006

More pictures from Roy Keane's Testimonial!

It's been covered extensively by the media so I won't bang on about it all day but It was a fitting tribute to one of my favourite players of all time! I never forget the buzz I got back in 1993 when Roy signed for United. Cork had already had many close links to the reds with everyone from Noel Cantwell to Brian Carey and when Keane joined Denis Irwin it further cemented this special relationship. As a lifelong red I have to say, these last two were up there with the very best and I feel privileged to have went over and seen them play many many times. I can't go over as many times a year as I would like these days and I normally wouldn't go to a testimonial but since Roy left in bad circumstances, I wanted to get some closure and see him in red for the very last time. Watching himself, Scholes, Giggs and Ole play together in the second half was great, and a fitting way to close his United career. Respect!

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