'No regrets': Robbie Keane reflects on his short Liverpool stint and THAT sensational goal against Arsenal

Robbie Keane scoring for Liverpool against Arsenal in 2008
Robbie Keane scoring for Liverpool against Arsenal in 2008 (Image credit: Getty Images)

Former striker Robbie Keane was back at Liverpool during the international break, playing a half each for the Liverpool Legends and Celtic Legends in a charity match that saw over 4,000 Celtic fans make the trip down from Scotland.

FourFourTwo met up with Keane ahead of the match, with the Irishman explaining his boyhood roots to the Reds and what he’d changed if he could about his career.

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Matt Ladson is the co-founder and editor of This Is Anfield, the independent Liverpool news and comment website, and covers all areas of the Reds for FourFourTwo – including transfer analysis, interviews, title wins and European trophies. As well as writing about Liverpool for FourFourTwo he also contributes to other titles including Yahoo and Bleacher Report. He is a lifelong fan of the Reds.