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Gerard pique's career has been legendary, but his early days at Manchester United were filled with struggles. 15years ago, pique was a star prospect at Manchester United. He was learning from two absolute legends: Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic. But being behind those two, also meant his game was sparse.
Pique has a couple of very difficult moments at Manchester United, just like the time Roy Keane made him sh*t himself. Today many players go on their mobile phones before games, but not when Roy Keane was in charge!
Pique was sat next to Keane in the locker room, then suddenly a player's phone rang, Keane was furious that a player would let their phone ring.... Keane was berserk, he screamed at every player. "Whose phone is that? - keane" then pique answered "it's mine sir, I am so sorry - pique". He felt the wrath of Keane that day. Pique learned a lot of lessons at United.
In the late 2007, Manchester United had a 1-0 loss to Bolton. According to Wayne Rooney, pique was bullied out of the premier league because he could not handle Bolton wanderers physicality.
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