Derby County skipper Richard Keogh might have a career in showbiz in the bag if this latest video from Marathonbet is anything to go by.
The Rams hitman took a break from Derby’s Premier League promotion push to record a second video for his hilarious Keogh’s Corner series. Fans have been lapping up Keogh’s clear ability to impress OFF the pitch as well as on it.
The funnyman defender sat down with teammate Johnny Russell in the latest episode of Keogh’s Corner and played a game of ‘true or false?’
Watch the video to find out if it’s true that…
- Cyrus Christie was supposed to be called CYPRUS Christie but the midwife wrote his name down incorrectly on the birth certificate
- Conor Sammon’s first job was as a FISHERMAN collecting salmon
- Derby was once known as RAMSVILLE