Ian Ruddiman told confidential Brazil World Cup coach Tite he was defending his country’s ‘history’ and ‘culture’ after Roy Keane called Brazil’s dance in South Korea of ‘disrespectful’ as ITV pundit was ‘sour by his standards’
Roy Keane’s comments on Brazil’s clash with South Korea were “measured by his standards”, reports Daily Mail football editor Ian Ladyman.
The players displayed a series of pre-planned dance moves to score their goals in the game and even boss Tite got involved after Richarlison scored his third goal in the 4-1 win.
Keane called the dance “disrespectful” and likened it to a “miracle of dancing”, the ITV pundit doubled down on his comments after Brazil manager Tite hit back.
Also in today’s World Cup Confidential:
There aren’t many players in the current England squad who would form a United XI with the golden generation of 20 years ago, but Gareth Southgate’s side are a better team, says the pundit Sportsmail.
Rob Draper on Argentina’s best form since the 1980s and how to give Lionel Messi his best chance of winning the World Cup.
And Mike Keegan explained how the Premier League’s youth training system can help England’s players and teams develop.
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Roy Keane accuses Brazilian players of ‘disrespecting’ South Korean dance
The expert told the manager that Tite was ‘dancing in the disco’ after joining the festivities
Daily Mail football editor Ian Lederman said Keane (pictured) was ‘bad by his standards’