Man Utd legend Keane selects his allstar XI - with plenty of 'pals' left out!

Manchester United legend Roy Keane has selected his allstar XI from Old Trafford.

Manchester United legend Roy Keane has selected his allstar XI from Old Trafford.

Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs both failed to make Keane's all-star side, picked from players he played with. Gary Neville also misses out as the ex-United skipper turns selector.

Keane, explaining his backline choices on ITV4's Best of Enemies show, said: "Schmeichel is by far the best keeper. Believe it or not we didn’t actually get on that well together but [he was] an absolute top top goalkeeper.

"Denis Irwin was good at set pieces, could defend, trained properly, was a good lad and he’s Irish which always helps.

"Pallister [is in] for his size, even though after two minutes of a game he looked like he was playing for an hour. He always looked tired.

"Jaap [Stam] was a top centre-half. Paul Parker, I played with when he was at his prime. He was a top, top defender."

Keane went for a four-man midfield including Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Ince, himself and David Beckham but admitted: "If I was gonna leave anybody out it would probably be myself for probably Scholesy."

Eric Cantona and Ruud van Nistelrooy won Keane's vote up front.

 
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