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Micah Richards revealed he won Roy Keane’s ‘respect’ and relishes making his punditry colleague ‘uncomfortable’ on TV.

Richards and the Manchester United icon have formed an unlikely bromance together as analysts for Sky Sports.

Roy Keane and Micah Richards work together for Sky Sports
Roy Keane and Micah Richards work together for Sky SportsCredit: Getty

Retired Richards, 32, said on the Match of the Day: Top 10 podcast: “Roy’s a legend of the game.

“And when I’m initially going to work with someone I don’t get nervous – I never get nervous – but you’ve got respect for people and that’s the way it should be.

“I’ve seen his clips and he used to destroy people left, right and centre. The first clip that did the rounds was where I said I’d burst on the scene as a defender, that’s the one that went viral, and he said he didn’t know any defenders that had burst on the scene.

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“I said, ‘Hold on, hold on, I’m the youngest ever defender for England, won the Premier League and won the FA Cup’ and at that moment he was like ‘OK’ – I earned a little bit of his respect.

“After that I just loved working with him because I can never compete with Roy Keane as a player, or his medals, but I can make him feel uncomfortable on camera, and that’s my strength.”





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