Roy Keane finally enters the action in Daily Star’s World Cup of S***houses as the ex- Manchester United star looks to make it a double. Keane was our back-to-back winner in our World Cup of Pundits and is among the favourites in the new tournament – though faces some fierce competition from some true s***houses. You know the type – those that pull, pinch, time waste and use every trick in the book to wind up the opposition and win games. We absolutely love them. In fact, we love it so much, that we thought a true champion needs to be crowned and came up with our very own World Cup of S***houses. But who wins? You decide… READ MORE: Confused England fans are convinced Bear Grylls is former Premier League referee We have shortlisted 32 names and split them into four randomly-drawn groups. With Groups A and B now done and dusted, we move on to Group C with the top two progressing to the semi-finals. You get only one pick, so choose wisely! Roy Keane With a s***house legacy that has far surpassed his playing career, Roy Keane is a worthy contender to go the distance in Daily… Read full this story
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