Stoke City striker and former England International, Peter Crouch feels like remembering the past and will not forget his experience with Manchester United’s legend, Roy Keane.
Crouch made this known in his yet-to-be-released autobiography, titled ‘How to Be a Footballer’.
In the book, he told the story of his entire football career and highlighted major events that characterized his becoming a better player.
The Liverpool, Portsmouth and Tottenham player is currently winding down his career at Championship had written the book in preparation for his retirement from football.
The 37-year-old striker recalled that he had won his first England cap before moving to Anfield from Southampton for £7m in 2005.
The 6″7 striker, said at that time, fiery midfielder Keane was preparing to leave the Old Trafford before he had a switch to Celtic Park in November 2005.
He said he was almost carried away with the fact that he was playing for Liverpool and the English national team, made him feel he had arrived’, so the Megane can go for an Aston Martin.
He said “But I knew it wasn’t me. Getting in it was a struggle, and I never felt right in it.
“But I pulled up alongside Roy Keane, with a bit of speed garage playing, the sunglasses on, window down, arm out.
“Then I looked at Roy and he looked at me, and you’ve seen Roy look at people in that way.
He looked at me, and it’s the smallest I’ve ever felt.
“It was a look of sheer disgust. I have to thank Roy, I don’t even know if he knew it was me or some idiot stopped at the lights, but after he took off and left me in his wake I looked at myself in the mirror… and sold the car that week, and took a big hit on it. It wasn’t me.”
“Only Roy Keane could cause a fellow human being to make lifestyle changes with one look.”