The legendary Roy Keane of Manchester United, well renowned for his remarkable time spent with the Red Devils, shocked many when he disclosed he was a Tottenham Hotspur fan.
With nearly 450 games played for Manchester United, 51 goals scored and 38 assists provided, Keane is a legend in the club’s history.
Since he notably guided them to a treble-winning season in 1999, he is regarded as one of their greatest players and leaders of all time.
He won seven league titles, four FA Cups, and the Champions League during his 13 years with the team. Nevertheless, he backs a different team.
In response to a podcast episode featuring Arsenal great Ian Wright challenging Keane and Gary Neville for making fun of Arsenal’s hardships, Keane revealed the squad he actually supports.
He said: “I am a Spurs fan! I played for Man United but Spurs are my team.”