Roy Keane continues vendetta against goalkeepers as he brutally destroys Jordan Pickford with just two words | The Sun
ROY KEANE has continued his vendetta against goalkeepers.
That’s after brutally destroying Everton star Jordan Pickford with just two words.
Keane was left less than impressed as England’s No1 shipped three goals in a heavy defeat to Man City.
Two glorious strikes from Ilkay Gundogan sandwiched an effort by Erling Haaland.
And Pickford left little to be desired as he failed to deal properly with all three shots.
His performance between the sticks certainly incensed Keane, who has not been shy about criticising fellow goalie David de Gea this term.
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And he unleashed a brutal blast at the stopper by using just two simple words to disagree with an earlier assessment made by fellow pundit Micah Richards.
Keane said: “Pickford, for the goal… my goodness.
"He looks so small in there, there’s no spring, he’s not anticipating.
“Micah said before the game he’s a top keeper. He’s not.”
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It’s not the first time Keane has gone after a goalie this season.
He has been a long-time critic of Man United’s De Gea.
And Keane laid into the Spaniard after his disastrous howler against Everton in January.
De Gea was then targeted again before United’s FA Cup win over West Ham in March.
And he had plenty more to say when De Gea conceded SEVEN against Liverpool just days later.
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