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Keane hits back at Ferguson

Former Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane has hit back at accusations in Sir Alex Ferguson's new book by suggesting his former manager lacks loyalty. Speaking on ITV, he said: "He don't think he knows the meaning of the word".

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Ferguson's eagerly awaited book to be released

Sir Alex Ferguson has been keen to keep the contents of his book a secret. Credit: PA Wire

Sir Alex Ferguson's eagerly awaited account of his life as Manchester United manager will be released later today.

Ferguson, who has been keen to keep the contents of the book a secret, will enlighten his audience about the most decorated career the game has ever known.

There have been no official leaks and no serialisation ahead of five sell-out Q+A evenings, that start in Manchester next Monday and take in visits to London, his home city of Glasgow, Aberdeen, where he first made an impact, and Dublin.

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