Sport Ian Wright mocksRoy Keane for wearing an 'armband on his jumper'
Keane believes Henderson should NOT have been picked for the Euros
The Reds captain has been included in Gareth Southgate's 26-man squad for the major tournament, although there are fears that the 31-year-old will not be available to start the opening game.Henderson has been sidelined for over three months with a groin injury, and is making a late dash to reach full fitness ahead of the Euros this summer.
Roy Keane was mocked by Ian Wright for wearing what looked like a captain's armband on his jumper during ITV's coverage of's 1-0 win over on Tuesday night.
The formerand midfielder wore a jumper with several bands on the left sleeve.
As a result, he became the subject of Wright's joke shortly after presenter Mark Pougatch referred to Wales needing their captain for tomorrow's game against Turkey.
Having analysed Les Bleus in depth, Pougatch went on to introduce a new segment on the show by saying: 'Wales need their captain... the man who wears the armband.'
Keane admits he once had a DONER KEBAB hours before a United cup game
Keane, speaking frank and honestly, outlined that the level from his day compared to the current crop is a gulf apart, and that the likes of Phil Foden certainly won't be following his lead at the takeaway.The Sky Sports duo have continued their Road to Wembley series ahead of the upcoming European championships, and Richards opted to ask his renowned spiky fellow ex-pro about the diet of footballers today.
Wright was quick to respond saying: 'Like Roy is, look, he has to keep his armband on his jumper.'
Wright, Pougatch and Patrick Vieira all erupted into laughter before the former Arsenal player added: 'I like it, though, I like it.'
Pougatch added: 'Two captains, one armband', before Wright finished the joke off by saying: 'He's letting us know he's a captain.'
Keane did not offer a response but couldn't help but smile at his fellow pundits comments.
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Despite mocking Keane for wearing what looked like an armband while covering Euro 2020 as a pundit, the former United player was in fact one of most successful captain's in the Red Devils history.
Roy Keane says Harry Kane ISN'T a good captain for England
Kane will go into the tournament as Gareth Southgate's skipper as he bids to lead the Three Lions to glory off the back of a superb season that saw him walk away with the golden boot.Keane has been continuing his Road to Wembley series with fellow pundit Micah Richards for SkyBet, giving their take on the biggest issues ahead of Euro 2020, and the Irishman had some strong views on Kane, who will be one of England's key hopes of taking home the trophy.
The former midfielder became one of the most decorated players in Premier League history and led United to nine major honours.
He collected seven Premier League titles, four FA Cups, four Community Shields, one Champions League and an Intercontinental Cup during his time at United.
The Irishman was also a dominant figure during United's golden era under Sir Alex Ferguson, lifting numerous trophies as club caption across his 12-year spell between 1993 and 2005.
Keane, who made 366 Premier League appearances, scoring 39 times and registering 33 assists, is also widely regarded as one of the best central midfield players of his time and had a reputation for being a no-nonsense hardman.
As a result of his achievements, Keane became the fourth player to be inducted into the Premier League Hall of Fame last month.
England's Harry Kane problem at Euro 2020 with just three shots .
The 27-year-old epitomised the Three Lions' struggles on Friday evening in breaking down a resilient Scotland, with Gareth Southgate's men putting in a lethargic display in the stalemate.The 27-year-old epitomised the Three Lions' struggles on Friday evening in breaking down a resilient Scotland, with Gareth Southgate's men putting in a lethargic display in their goalless stalemate against Steve Clarke's side.