Roy Keane has capped off his first week on Instagram with a selfie alongside his grandson – and the ex-Manchester United captain has already taught him his famous scowl!
The Sky Sports pundit has already racked up 1.1 million followers on his page – without following a single person – since joining the site last week and has triggered users with his hilarious posts.
His latest photo reveals he has a grandson and, with the pair glaring nonchalantly into the camera, 49-year-old Keane captioned the post: ‘Just like his grandad, always smiling!’
Roy Keane posted a pic with his grandson, captioned: ‘Just like his grandad, always smiling’
The ex-Manchester United star surprised many by creating an Instagram account last week
Numerous users replied to the Irishman’s Instagram with his trademark line: ‘That’s his job’
The post, Keane’s third since joining the platform, has already been liked more than 500,000 times.
Keane has five children with wife Theresa Doyle – Shannon, https://winstarlink.com/jasa-social-media-management/ Caragh, Aidan, Leah and Alanna.
Alongside countless users replying with Keane’s trademark punditry line, ‘that’s his job!’ a number of fans made reference to the Irishman’s famous reactions in the studio.
One said: ‘The reaction when you hear «Giggs is not going in my team»‘ in reference to Keane’s conversation last year with Jamie Carragher about a combined Liverpool 2020/Manchester United 1999 XI.
Another used joked: ‘He better be two footing people in the future than at United,’ while Manchester United’s official account replied: ‘Say cheese.’
Keane’s famous reaction when in conversation with Jamie Carragher on Sky Sports last year
Other users on Instagram continued to joke in response to Keane’s third ever Instagram post
Keane surprised Instagram users by setting up the account last week, and appears to have finally come round to the idea of using social media – having criticised players in the past for doing similar.
His first post was another selfie, this time with his dog, with the caption reading: ‘A man’s best friend.’
His fellow Sky Sports pundit and Sportsmail columnist Micah Richards immediately commented on the Instagram post, saying ‘He’s here,’ followed by a series of laughing emojis.
Keane’s first Instagram post last week was a selfie with his dog captioned: ‘A man’s best friend’