Former Celtic midfielder Si Ferry has opened up on Roy Keane's horror debut against Clyde after the two clubs were drawn together again in the Scottish Cup fifth round.

Chinese defender Du Wei also made his one and only appearance in a Celtic jersey on a dismal day when Celts lost 2-1 at Broadwood - where he was hauled off at half-time.

It was Manchester United hero Keane, though, who took centre-stage and Ferry recalls being enamored by the midfielder and his presence in the Hoops changing room before the game.

But his reputation preceded him when he gave right-back Paul Telfer a 'death stare' for forgetting his shin pads. Speaking on Open Goal's Keeping the Ball on the Ground, Ferry said: "Telfer forgot to put his shin guards on in the tunnel and I remember him saying: 'Oh no, I forgot my shin guards!' Keane gave him the absolute death stare.

"Big Du Wei, man, I couldn't believe Du Wei played in that game. He could play in training but defensively when boys got up against him [he struggled]. Do you remember big Alex Williams? He flung him about.

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"It was silence [after the game] and then we got back to Celtic Park and the Celtic fans were waiting and going mental. Keane never said a word. I kept thinking, 'I'm going to see Roy Keane crack here'.

"The game just passed him by, it was 100 miles per hour. [Craig] Bryson was just bombing it. Clyde were good that day, big Du Wei was never seen again."