Roy Keane ordered Kieran Richardson to leave Man Utd training after what he did

Febian Brandy, a former youth team player at the club, has shared a story of when Keane told Kieran Richardson to go home after he arrived at training with music blaring out of his car.

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“I was about 13 when Kieran Richardson had just made the first-team squad,” Brandy said, per the Mirror.

“He came into training one day with the car roof down and his music blaring out. He thought he was the man.

“Unfortunately for him, Roy Keane was walking into the car park.

“He pointed at him and said, ‘Turn your music off and go home. Don’t come back here today’.”

Richardson went on to play over 80 times for Man United and scored 11 goals. After leaving the club, he signed for Keane at Sunderland in 2007. So Roy Keane must have still had a good bit of time for his former teammate.

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