Roy Keane

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Keano is the joint-most successful Irish footballer of all time having won 19 major trophies, 17 of which came at Manchester United.

He played under Brian Clough at Nottingham Forrest before signing for Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United for a then British record transfer fee of £3.75m in 1993.

Keane was a dominant box to box midfielder who captained United during a golden period in which he amassed 7 Premier League titles, 4 FA cups and a Champions League winners medal in 1999, although he missed the final win over Bayern Munich due to a suspension picked up in the semi-final win over Juventus.

He ended his career at the team he supported as a boy, Glasgow Celtic. Keane would end his playing career in the hoops by winning the double of League and League cup in 2006.

He was capped 67 times for the Republic of Ireland and played at the 1994 World cup finals in the USA, where he was named Ireland’s best player.