Man Utd legend Keane slammed over 'smart-a***' punditry: Nothing intelligent!

Irish pundit Eamon Dunphy has slammed Manchester United legend Roy Keane over his World Cup commentary. Dunphy suggested his former colleague is playing up to his own bad boy image in work as a TV pundit, before accusing the former the Manchester United captain of lacking sufficient knowledge of the game to offer credible analysis in his role as an analyst during an outspoken appearance on RTE 2FM's Game On. "He has become a caricature of himself, he has become a joke," declared Dunphy. "I watched the ITV coverage because he was on it and in terms of insight, he has offered nothing. "At half-time, this is where the analysts do their job, but there is no analysis from Keane. Just smart-a*** remarks saying he wants to rip Carlos Queiroz's head off, having a go at the English…there is no intelligent analysis. "I don't think he knows much about the game. Not all the great players were good judges of the game, they didn't know what was going on and a lot of the great coach's, Arsene Wenger and Alex Ferguson, were not great players. "You look at Did Hamann, Liam Brady, John Giles and a lot of the pundits that was worked here, then you look at Gary Neville on Sky and the great knowledge he brings and after watching those guys, you are wiser about the game. With Keane, you get nothing."

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