Keano waves goodbye to THAT beard

After some unflattering comparisons with everyone from Saddam Hussein to Harry from ‘Harry and the Hendersons’, Roy Keane has decided to shave off the beard.

Keano waves goodbye to THAT beard

It’s unlikely Keane will be crediting old foe Alf-Inge Haaland with the decision, after the former Norway international poked fun at the Corkman on Twitter.

Speaking at the launch of his latest autobiography, he put his hairy look down to being “a little bit lazy”, before adding: “But if you want me to get rid of it I might.”

You can check out the evolution of Roy Keane's two-tone beard here.

We think it takes years (back) off him – good to have you back Roy!

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