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Roy Keane Criticizes Haaland’s Behavior, Calling Him a “Spoilt Brat” on Sky Sports: Kids Lack Public TV Etiquette, FIFA Should Intervene

Yesterday, Roy Keane made some strong remarks about Haaland’s behavior during a match, calling him a “spoilt brat” on Sky Sports. Keane’s critique came after Haaland’s impressive performance against Wolves, where he scored four goals. The Manchester City striker had previously been criticized by Keane for his playing style, likening him to a League Two player.

During a discussion about Mohamed Salah and Jurgen Klopp’s touchline disagreement, Keane took a jab at Haaland again, describing his reaction to being substituted as that of a “spoilt child.” Keane’s comments left his fellow pundits momentarily speechless, highlighting the intensity of his views.

Despite Keane’s criticisms, Haaland’s goal-scoring prowess and Manchester City’s success have somewhat overshadowed any perceived shortcomings. Keane’s pointed remarks, including calling Haaland’s overall play “fairly low standard,” were met with a mix of laughter and acknowledgment from others in the studio.

However, Keane did acknowledge Haaland’s goal-scoring abilities, noting that he needs to improve other aspects of his game to reach his full potential. Despite Keane’s critical tone, Haaland’s performance on the pitch, such as guiding his team to a 5-1 victory against Wolves with four goals, continues to showcase his talent and potential for growth.

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