Roy Keane to contact LMA if upset by claims made in Sir Alex Ferguson's book?

Keane to seek advice over Ferguson's book?
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Roy Keane will reportedly seek advice from the League Managers' Association if he deems Sir Alex Ferguson's claims about him too harsh in his book.

Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane will reportedly contact the League Managers' Association if he deems claims made by Sir Alex Ferguson in his autobiography are too harsh.

The 71-year-old is expected to lift the lid on his relationship with Keane, who was kicked out of the club in 2005 following a controversial interview with MUTV.

Keane will consider seeking advice from the LMA if he is harshly treated in the book, but with Ferguson on the board, members are expected to hand him over to independent lawyers, according to the Daily Mail.

Ferguson will answer questions from the press in London about his autobiography this afternoon.

United boss Alex Ferguson on the sidelines during a game with Man City on April 30, 2012
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