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Last Updated: Thursday, 29 September 2005, 22:50 GMT 23:50 UK
Roy Keane's Man Utd career

Roy Keane is revealed by Manchester United chairman Martin Edwards after arriving at Old Trafford from Nottingham Forest in 1993

A 21-year-old Roy Keane meets chairman Martin Edwards after moving to Old Trafford from Nottingham Forest in 1993

Keane celebrates victory over Norwich with Bryan Robson in August 1993

Keane becomes a key figure in the Manchester United side that retains the Premiership title in the 1993/94 season

Roy Kean embraces Eric Cantona after beating Liverpool in the 1996 FA Cup final

Sir Alex Ferguson's men continue to dominate the English game with Keane instrumental in the Double win of 1996

Roy Keane argues with referee Steve Lodge

The Irishman's disciplinary record is called into question but his determined attitude helps guide the side to the 1997 title

Keane celebrates Manchester United's success in the 1999 Champions League final

Despite suspension from the Champions League final, he is at the forefront of celebrations as United win the treble in 1999

Keane lifts the 2000 Premiership trophy

Keane's tally of winners medals grows by the year as more success comes in the form of the 2000 Premiership crown

Roy Keane and referee David Elleray

Keane's notorious dark side earns him a red card in the Manchester derby after a horror tackle on Alfie Haaland

Sir Alex Ferguson and his captain Roy Keane lift the Premiership trophy in 2001

But silverware soon followed and within months Keane got his hands on the Premiership trophy for a sixth time

Manchester United captain Roy Keane lifts the FA Cup - surrounded by his delighted team-mates

Keane lifts his most recent piece of silverware after the 2004 FA Cup final - his 10th domestic title at Old Trafford

Roy Keane is tackled by Liverpool's Luis Garcia

Keane is tackled by Luis Garcia in September's Premiership clash with Liverpool - and breaks a metatarsal in his left foot


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