Roy Keane sends studio wild with reaction to Dynamo’s ‘Game of Thrones’ magic

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    Roy Keane produced a typical Roy Keane response after seeing Sky Sports colleague Micah Richards wowed by magician Dynamo.

    The illusionist made an appearance in the Super Sunday studio at the Etihad ahead of Manchester City’s Premier League clash with Tottenham. Dynamo pulled off a string of tricks in front of Keane, Richards and Jamie Carragher.

    One saw him turn a flaming piece of paper into a block of ice, with Richards quipping: “What in the Game of Thrones is going on here!?” He followed up with some impressive cards tricks which left the pundits scratching their heads in disbelief.

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    Following the appearance, presenter Dave Jones asked the hard-to-please Keane what he had made of Dynamo, who was promoting his upcoming show Sky show ‘Dynamo is Dead’.

    “He was extraordinary, wasn’t he?” said Jones, only for a smiling Keane to reply: “It’s his job, isn’t it?” The response left his colleagues falling about with laughter.

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    Keane, of course, likes to the roll out the “it’s his job” line when he believes a player is being overpraised. Fans loved his quip, with one declaring: “Roy is so funny.”

    Another added: “He nailed that line [laughing face emoji].” A third said: “Roy is a legend, he speaks facts. He ain’t no yes man.” A fourth added: “Roy is a savage.”

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    A fifth pointed out: “A successful magician doing those tricks is like Messi doing his football skills. That’s his job [laughing face emoji].” A sixth branded the Manchester United legend the “funniest man on the box”.

    Meanwhile, a number of amused viewers told Keane to “never change”. Keane and his colleagues were preparing to analyse the action as Man City and Spurs attempt to close the gap on Premier League leaders Arsenal following their tense win over Wolves on Saturday.

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