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‘No chance’ – Jack Grealish jokes as Manchester United legend Roy Keane offers advice and calls Man City’s Premier League title celebrations ‘torture’


Manchester United legend Roy Keane has jokingly advised Jack Grealish to ‘stick to the beers’ after Man City’s dramatic Premier League title triumph.

But the England international insisted there was “no chance” and hinted at three nights of partying.

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United legend Keane was pitchside for City’s title win and joked with Richards and Grealish

‘No chance’ – Jack Grealish jokes as Manchester United legend Roy Keane offers advice and calls Man City’s Premier League title celebrations ‘torture’

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Grealish isn’t done celebrating yet

Grealish was an unused substitute as Pep Guardiola’s side went 2-0 up with three goals in five minutes against his former side Aston Villa.

It sparked wild celebrations at the Etihad, which continued in the dressing room as Grealish posted a photo of himself having the beers on Instagram.

The caption read ‘Ooffffft the first of many’ – and Keane, speaking to Grealish on the pitch after the title win, urged Grealish to avoid the loudest things.

Keane said, “Keep the top shelf, stick with beer.”

And Grealish replied with a laugh: “Not for the next three nights. No chance.”

Sky Sports pundit Micah Richards has confirmed he is dating Grealish and the Town Boys, with Keane joking that he will be driving after the pair put out an invite.

Keane, who won seven Premier League titles with United, was forced to endure City’s title celebrations and admitted it was torture.

‘No chance’ – Jack Grealish jokes as Manchester United legend Roy Keane offers advice and calls Man City’s Premier League title celebrations ‘torture’

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Grealish won the first major trophy of his career

‘No chance’ – Jack Grealish jokes as Manchester United legend Roy Keane offers advice and calls Man City’s Premier League title celebrations ‘torture’

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Grealish was pictured partying on Sunday night


“Absolutely, it’s great to be here. Fantastic,” Keane said as ex-City star Richards danced past him. “Torture!”

However, the Republic of Ireland legend had to give credit to City for turning him against Villa.

Keane said: “At the end of the day, the challenge City faced today was ahead of them, Aston Villa.

“You know you have to score three goals to win the title. It’s a huge pressure. You have to spin the ball.

“Credit to City. They and Liverpool are the hardest working teams.



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