Football legend Roy Keane returned to Rockmount AFC and Cobh Ramblers yesterday, alongside fellow Sky Sports pundits Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher.
The trio were filming for The Overlap. An episode of the Sky Original series was filmed across Ireland, as Roy Keane brought his Sky Sports colleagues Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher on a trip down memory lane, culminating in a sold-out live show at Dublin's 3Arena on Thursday.
The series will broadcast exclusively on Sky Max and streaming service NOW later this summer.
Keane brought his collegues to visit Rockmount Park and then they went to St Colman's Park; the home of Cobh Ramblers. Naturally, there was a big turnout at both clubs for the visits.
Rockmount AFC was an important stepping stone for the Mayfield man before he went on to Cobh Ramblers and then made the leap to English football with Nottingham Forest.
"We had some very special guests in Rockmount Park this afternoon," the club said on Facebook. "Roy brought Gary Neville & Jamie Carragher & all the fantastic crew from the overlap to show them where he played for so many years.
Keane moved to Manchester United in 1993, where he spent 12 years and won the English Premier League seven times, the FA Cup on four occasions and the UEFA Champions League in 1999 alongside the famous Treble Winners team.
Keane is a massive hit with The Overlap audience.
The most viewed video on the channel is Roy’s interview with Gary Neville whilst walking his dog, which has 7.7m views at the time of writing.