Roy Keane was known as one of the toughest competitors the Premier League had ever seen.
So it should come as no surprise that he took a quiz seriously.
Keane spent 12 illustrious years at Manchester United where he counted seven Premier League titles, four FA Cups and the Champions League among his honours.
That was before he made an acrimonious exit from Old Trafford in 2005 to join Celtic.
Tensions had been rising between Keane and Ferguson for some time, and their relationship had grown so sour that the former Republic of Ireland midfielder said he would never forgive his former manager.
It’s perhaps no surprise that it ended the way it did considering Keane and Ferguson were such combustible characters.
Nothing summed up Keane’s character more perfectly than when he went nuts during a United team quiz in 1999, accusing others of cheating.
The clip was shot as part of the documentary Manchester United: Beyond the Promised Land which chronicled their 1999/2000 season.
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The quiz master can be heard asking, “Who composed Rhapsody in Blue?”
The camera cuts to Keane, who says, “John, were you asked to change the questions two minutes ago? I think you were, weren’t you?
“You were asked to change all the questions.
“What’s the matter, man!?”
The host repeats: “Who composed Rhapsody in Blue?
After a few wrong answers, Ferguson’s team appears with the correct answer of “Gershwin”.
There are some audible moans, no doubt sympathizing with Keane’s view that bosses knew the questions in advance.
The next question was, “Which sailor was the captain of a ship called the Black Pig?”
Fergie’s team replied, “Captain Pugwash.”
By then Keane got up from his seat and had had enough.
“You fixed it. You cheat,” he can be heard saying as he leaves.
It’s no surprise that Keane is so competitive that he can’t stand losing a quiz.
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