This is the moment that Michael Stewart gets roasted by a group of Manchester United legends.

The Scottish football pundit came through the youth ranks at the Old Trafford club, where he started his senior career, playing alongside some of the biggest names in world football. 

Included among those were Rio Ferdinand, Gary Neville and Roy Keane. 

And judging by the latest episode of The Overlap podcast, it's fair to say a couple of those names have not forgotten about the 43-year-old.

Ferdinand was this week's guest on the show, with Jamie Carragher, Ian Wright and Jill Scott also on the panel.

And it was the powerful centre-back who reminded ex-Celtic player Keane about an incident he had with Stewart, resulting in a brutal verdict on the former Hibernian and Hearts midfielder.

The clip starts with Ferdinand asking Keane: "Do you remember Michael Stewart?"

Keane responded: "Yeah, Michael Stewart, yeah."

Ferdinand: "Do you remember that one?"

Keane: "What? With me and Michael?"

Ferdinand: "Yeah, do you not remember? We used to sit on a ledging to do some leg swings before we went out to training. 

"He was a young lad, Scottish international and had played at every level coming through."

Keane interrupted: "Yeah, but he wasn't that quiet - he was mad for the table tennis, do you remember?"

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Ferdinand continued: "I'm not saying he was a timid kid. He's actually quite an open-speaking guy now.

"I don't know what triggered you, but I was coming down the corridor and I could just hear you going 'You'll never make it you, you'll be playing for a pub team in a couple of years if you carry on the way you are'."

Sharply put, Keane interjected, sparking hilarity, saying: "I was right. He ended up at Hibs... Hibs and Hearts."

Ferdinand: "His confidence was dead on the floor."

Keane concluded: "I was trying to motivate him."