WATCH: Roy Keane gets booed by Croke Park crowd after appearing on big screen during All-Ireland quarter-final
Former Manchester United and Republic of Ireland captain Roy Keane was in the crowd at Croke Park today to watch his native Cork in their All-Ireland football quarter-final against Dublin.
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While Dublin ran out easy winners on a 0-21 to 0-10 scoreline, the biggest jeer of the second half was aimed at Keane after the Sky Sports camera stopped on where he was sitting in the 48th minute.
The ex-Ireland assistant manager, who was also spotted at Cork’s Munster semi-final loss to Kerry, seemed to laugh off the pantomime-style boos with those he was sitting with.
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