Roy Keane is upset that a striker struggling for confidence had the temerity to celebrate a goal that ended a goal-drought.

Republic of Ireland Assistant Manager, Roy Keane, gives his team instructions during the UEFA Nations League B group four match between Wales and Republic of Ireland at Cardiff City Stadium on September 6, 2018 in Cardiff, United Kingdom.
CARDIFF, WALES – SEPTEMBER 06: Republic of Ireland Assistant Manager, Roy Keane, gives his team instructions during the UEFA Nations League B group four match between Wales and Republic of Ireland at Cardiff City Stadium on September 6, 2018 in Cardiff, United Kingdom. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

There isn’t much in life that seems to give Roy Keane pleasure and you do have to wonder if a man with such a negative outlook on life, who seems to derive such little light from being on this planet, should seek therapy.

Until then, we have to listen to him ramble on Sky Sports and be paid handsomely for his drivel.

The only thing this demonstrates is Keane’s profound inability to grasp what has been going on at Arsenal and how Lacazette has been affected.

That probably shouldn’t really be a surprise. Keane has shown a profound inability to grasp most human emotions throughout his entire career.

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