Former Manchester United skipper, Roy Keane, has been voted the greatest Premier League captain in history.
Keane was the driving force behind Manchester United’s dominance from the early 1990s until the mid-2000s.
He captained the side to the Treble – the league title, the FA Cup and the Champions League – in 1999.
Keane garnered 36 percent of the votes to beat Chelsea’s John Terry, who was second with 19 percent. Manchester City’s Vincent Kompany was third while Arsenal’s Patrick Vieira and Tony Adams; Liverpool’s Steven Gerrard followed with nine percent.
Leicester City’s Wes Morgan and United’s Rio Ferdinand were also in the poll, which was conducted by SunSport. 2,600 people were said to have participated in the poll.