Dion Dublin trolls Roy Keane for outrageous shirt as he shares throwback pic of Man Utd posing with Take That in 1993

DION DUBLIN poked fun at Roy Keane's rascal shirt in a 1993 throwback picture of Manchester United players and Take That.

The snap was quintessential 90s with baggy polo shirts galore and Dublin, 51, thought Keane and Robbie Williams stood out the most.

Homes Under the Hammer star Dublin, 51, had a brief stint at United between 1992-94.

And he was eager to have some fun online with the throwback.

The snap shows United's Premier League winning stars including Keane, 49, Dublin, Steve Bruce, Gary Pallister, Bryan Robson, Ryan Giggs, Denis Irwin, Peter Schmeichel and Lee Sharpe posing with the Premier League trophy.

And Take That stars Robbie Williams, Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange and Mark Owens were also grinning in the pic.

Dublin himself was wearing a purple polo shirt that looks several sizes too big for him by today's standards.

Blue jeans seemed to be the order of the day for most of the posing stars with leather jackets or baggy polos up top.

And despite his own fashion faux-pas Dublin singled out Keane and Williams for particular attention.

The former United hardman twinned an eclectically patterned white polo with blue jogging bottoms while Williams opted for the all-black look complete with slicked back hair.


Dublin shared the photo and captioned it: "Why is my t-shirt four sizes to big for me?

"BUT… whose gear is the worst? I’m going for Keaney’s or @robbiewilliams."

The post received more than 5,000 likes and 800 comments from fans who found the shot hilarious.

Keane has been causing a storm on social media in his own right in recent weeks with the launch of his Instagram account.

His latest post saw him telling drivers to run him over if they ever catch him wearing lycra.

And the Irishman also hit headlines at the weekend after getting into a heated row with Jamie Redknapp in the Sky Sports studio.

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