Top 10 Worst Football Injuries

3: Alf Inge Haaland

Top 10 Worst Football Injuries

Top 10 Worst Football Injuries

Alf Inge Haaland knee injury is regarded as one of the dirtiest moves ever in football history, occurred in a match between Manchester United and Manchester City April 21, 2001 that ruined and ended his career in July 2003 after numerous attempts to comeback in action. Roy Keane’s knee-high horror thrust was responsible for this brutal injury that was initiated by him intentionally as he admitted it in his autobiography. Keane justified his action as a revenge but that charged him a red card, suspension for 5 games and fine of a £150,000 too. Due to this brutal, memorable conspiracy and its worse effects, it’s the 3rd worst injury in the list of Top 10 worst football injuries.

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