The former Blackburn Rovers and England striker Alan Shearer was on BBC for Match of the Day yesterday and the FA Cup final between Chelsea and Liverpool. In the build up to the game the former England captain recalled the famous bust up he had with the Irish captain Roy Keane.
According to the BBC pundit, Keane ran for the hills after the game.
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Speaking on the BBC and quoted by Balls.ie
“Roy didn’t like me for some reason, I don’t know why. He was getting beaten that day, that’s why.
We were winning the game and there was only a minute left.
I was waiting for him in the tunnel – he ran away!
They held us back in the tunnel.”
On this day in 2001, Shearer and Keane collided 🏴🇮🇪👊 pic.twitter.com/svDwbc4ioW
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