It’s no secret to anybody that has the slightest bit of football knowledge that Roy Keane and Alf-Inge Haaland don’t like each other.
In Keane’s first autobiography which was released back in 2003 he infamously stated he had no regrets over the tackle which ultimately ended the Manchester City player’s career.
And in his latest book titled The Second Half, Keane has had another go at his rival claiming that the Norwegian was fine to play after his horror tackle:
Haaland finished the game and played four days later, for Norway. A couple of years later he tried to claim that he’d had to retire because of the tackle. He was going to sue me. It was a bad tackle but he was still able to play four days later.”
Upon seeing the quotes, former Blackburn Rovers and Southampton striker Egil Ostenstad asked his compatriot for a Twitter response to which Haaland replied:
Touche Mr Haaland …