Eric Cantona insists he does not regret his infamous kung-fu-kick.
The former Manchester United captain was handed a nine-month ban for kicking a Crystal Palace fan back in 1995.
Cantona reacted angrily after being dismissed at Selhurst Park and lashed out at Palace fan Matthew Simmons.
The Frenchman is back in Manchester for a Q&A session and has opened up about the incident.
“I’ve said before I should have kicked him harder but maybe tomorrow I’ll say something else,” he said.
“I cannot regret it. It was a great feeling. I learned from it — I think he (Simmons) learned too.
“Nine months was a long time out and I struggled for a time but thanks to Ferguson we won the Double with a new generation.”
Cantona also revealed former Leeds midfielder Gary McAllister was the best player he had lined up alongside.
The Frenchman went on to open up about his shock decision to retire aged just 30.
He claims he had ‘lost his passion for the game’ and had always planned to walk away when that happened.
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