Darren Bent has revealed is is still traumatized ” by two hours of delirium of Roy Keane in which are established in each Aston Villa player to turn and ranted on Lucozade drinks, massages and yoga.
Keane has been assistant manager to Paul Lambert at the Villa lost 2-0 to Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road in October 2014.
And striker Bent recalls that Lambert stood to the side in the locker room after and allowed Keane – who was alone in the post for five months to let it rip.
Roy Keane put in Aston Villa players for the two hours following a defeat in 2014 to QPR
Former Villa striker Darren Bent has revealed how Keane went on a two hour rant after loss
‘It was really, really scary. It would be fair to lose it, ” Bent said talkSPORT.
“And I can understand why, because when you have been a top-tier player like Roy Keane was, one of the best, in his head, he can’t understand why we players to Aston Villa made some errors, it just does not compute.
“Such as:” How can you not go from here to there? “He just can’t see it.
‘I remember that game we played against QPR, we lost down there and he had us in the locker room. Paul Lambert just took a step to the side and Roy began to speak.
“And honestly, I promise you, it was a night game and all the lights in the building were all the fans waiting outside had disappeared, because we were there for two hours, it just went away.
Keane has been assistant manager to Paul Lambert at the Villa for four months during the year 2014
Bent recalled Keane-making of pop on the players to have energy drinks and massages
‘He spoke of the Lucozade players drink, players have too much of a massage, people doing yoga.
“– Ron Vlaar has an injury, I think it was shin splints and Roy was: “How can a player be for a long time with shin splints? “
“He was in the room picking faults. No one has really wanted to make a visual contact with him, because the moment that happened it would be the same for you.
“Everyone just sat there for two hours… I’m still traumatized by what happened that night. Honestly, it was crazy.’
Roy Keane has turned his ire on the Man United players Harry Maguire and David De Gea, on Friday
The ex-Man United captain said he was going to be “throw punches” at De Gea after his mistake
The goalkeeper was unable to keep a shot despite getting a strong hand to the ball
It was reported at the time of the Villa players held parties when the unpopular, the former Manchester United captain to leave his role in November 2014, in order to focus on the Republic of Ireland.
Keane was once again in the headlines over the weekend after laying in the Man United players David de Gea, Luke Shaw and Harry Maguire after errors in their 1-1 draw with Tottenham on Friday.
Keane said: “I had to fight with him at half-time… I would be swinging punches at this guy’ after De Gea helped Steven Bergwijn shot in front of him.
“I am shocked by this objective. I’ve seen a lot of football over the years, but I am fuming here.
Steven Bergwijn has given the hosts the head of the first half after a catalog of the Organization of the errors
Manchester United captain Maguire (L) has been strongly criticized for not stopping the goal of the Spurs
“I can’t believe that Shaw to head the ball in the air. I am appalled Maguire. I am sick to death of this goalkeeper.
“I would like to be fighting him at half-time, I would be swinging punches. It is an international goalkeeper.
“You have to impose your personality on the game. Maguire and De Gea, I would not let them on the bus after the game. Shocking. I’m disgusted with it. Maguire, Of Gea, you must hang your head in shame.
“You look at Shaw. He is the head in the air and begins running towards the front.
De Gea is the most over-rated goalie I’ve seen in a long, long time. “
Keane is past as an assistant to Lambert at the Villa in 2014 was short-lived, since he left at the end of four months, in order to concentrate on his duties with the Republic of Ireland
And on Sunday, Keane has written in a newspaper column that he feels that he was “too soft” and “too nice” on some people during his career.
Keane told The Irish Independent: “Sometimes, I have been too hard. Sometimes, I was too soft.
“If I was critical, looking back on my own career and the way I dealt with people, even in management and the people may not believe – but I think that, sometimes, I was too nice with people.
“People stabbed me right in my chest, it was not in my back. Because I was too nice to them. “