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tough love Roy Keane sets Instagram alight with hilarious Valentine's Day post

Roy Keane captioned the post: “Don’t forget to show some love today.”

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Roy Keane's first Instagram post was a selfie with his dog.

Roy Keane's first Instagram post was a selfie with his dog.

Roy Keane's first Instagram post was a selfie with his dog.

Roy Keane has left fans in hysterics with a hilarious Valentine’s Day Instagram post.

The Cork legend joined Instagram on Friday and has already garnered over a million followers on the app.

He seems to be enjoying his first two days, leaving followers in stitches after sharing a photo of himself playing for Nottingham Forest against West Ham United in the early 1990s.

He captioned the post: “Don’t forget to show some love today.”

The photo has attracted thousands of comments already.

One user commented: “Man started the account yesterday and now he owns the app.”


Sky Sports presenter David Jones simply wrote: “Genius” accompanied by a laughing emoji.

Another fan shared Keane’s post on Twitter and tweeted: “It’s gonna be such a gem to have every week.”

“Roy Keane... He came, he saw, and he conquered Instagram! 1m followers in a day and the best Valentine’s post of 2021 too!” shared another user.

The Cork native posted his first Instagram photo on Friday, which was a selfie of him with his dog captioned: “A man’s best friend.”

Supporters welcomed the Manchester United legend to the social media platform in the comments.

Manchester United’s official account said: “This is going to be good...” under his first post.

Another user expressed his delight on Twitter, saying: “My dream has just come true. Roy Keane is now on Instagram.”

Fans are eagerly awaiting Keane’s next move on Instagram and are encouraging others to keep up with the former footballer.

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