'Roy Keane gets more Irish when he shouts' – ITV pundit forced to raise his voice in Madrid
Published 14/04/2015 | 19:58
Such was the atmosphere at the Vicente Calderón in Madrid that the pitch-side pundits were forced to shout to be heard, chief among them Roy Keane.
The Republic of Ireland assistant manager recently made a return to his television duties and is in Spain for the highly anticipated derby between Real Madrid and Atletico in the Champions League quarter-final tonight.
The atmosphere inside the stadium was electric which meant Keane, along with fellow pundits Paul Scholes and Lee Dixon had to raise their voices to be heard.
Twitter responded immediately to the shouting Irishman.
Roy Keane having to shout. There are some dogs howling down my street as he squeaks. #ATLvsRealMadrid— John Brewin (@JohnBrewinESPN) April 14, 2015
Why is Roy Keane screaming?— Daniel John (@Daniel_John08) April 14, 2015
Roy Keane sounds like he in the pub— Pudda (@_dantomlinson) April 14, 2015
Roy Keane is a bit screechy tonight! You've got a microphone Roy, don't shout.— Charles Melia (@CharlesMelia_) April 14, 2015
Roy Keane's shouting voice is hilarious!— Lewis Cook (@LewCook) April 14, 2015
Roy Keane gets more Irish when he shouts. Sounds like a cracking atmosphere at the Calderon tonight.— Rob Swan (@RobSwan87) April 14, 2015