Former Manchester United captain admits regret at picking best United XI

Manchester United legend Roy Keane has admitted that he regrets disrespecting team mates when he picked his best United XI, as reported by the Daily Mail.

Keane selected his side earlier this year and left out the likes of Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and Gary Neville, while including himself.

Giggs took charge of his first game as caretaker manager at Old Trafford yesterday, with Scholes and Phil Neville among his assistants.

Keane has admitted that he would now change that team and feels as if he has disrespected his former team mates.

‘Whether people liked it or not, I felt uncomfortable picking my best XI.

‘I felt embarrassed leaving players out.

I feel like I disrespected my teammates. And if you asked me to name my best XI now, well I wouldn’t do it, first of all. But if I did, there’d probably be three or four changes.’

Keane selected the team while working for ITV, which included Paul Ince and Gary Pallister.

Keane’s XI

GK: Peter Schmeichel
RB: Paul Parker 
CB: Gary Pallister 
CB: Jaap Stam 
LB: Denis Irwin
RM: David Beckham 
CM: Paul Ince 
CM: Roy Keane 
LM: Cristiano Ronaldo
ST: Eric Cantona 
ST: Ruud Van Nistelrooy

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