Roy Keane 

Appearances: 480
Goals: 51

Signed from: Nottingham Forest
Debut: 7 Aug 1993 v Arsenal
Left United: 18 November 2005

Honours: League (93/94, 95/96, 96/97, 98/99, 99/00, 00/01, 02/03), FA Cup (93/94, 95/96, 98/99), UEFA Champions League (98/99), Intercontinental Club Cup (1999).

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07/01/2011 10:22

United greats: Roy Keane

From now until 8 January, ManUtd.com is showcasing 20 players nominated by Inside United magazine for the title of United's greatest-ever player. Next up, Roy Keane...

Arguably United's greatest captain, Keano led the Reds to an unprecedented haul of trophies during his 12 year tenure at Old Trafford.

Seamlessly replacing Bryan Robson as United’s lionheart, Roy Keane was the consummate 100 per-center from first whistle to last. Midfield driving force through the glorious 90s, his finest hour came in the 1999 Treble season, lifting the shroud of despair in Turin to drag his mates back from the brink in the Champions League semi – despite the heartbreaking booking that would make him ineligible for the final.

What they say: “If I could have any individual player in the world in my team, money no object, it would be Roy.” – Brian Clough

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