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Roy Keane's attitude to sub-standard football kits tells you absolutely everything - SportsJOE.ie;

Roy Keane's attitude to sub-standard football kits tells you absolutely everything - SportsJOE.ie

SportsJOE.ieRoy Keane's attitude to sub-standard football kits tells you absolutely everythingSportsJOE.ieIreland will kick off their new kit deal with manufacturers New Balance from next Tuesday, with Stephen Hunt and Keith Andrews on hand at the Aviva Stadium for the big reveal. One hopes the new kit - and we're sure it will - meets with the approval of ...and more »

Hilarious tale about how Roy Keane despised Sunderland's kit when he first arrived - ChronicleLive;

Hilarious tale about how Roy Keane despised Sunderland's kit when he first arrived - ChronicleLive

ChronicleLiveHilarious tale about how Roy Keane despised Sunderland's kit when he first arrivedChronicleLiveRoy Keane may have guided Sunderland back to the Championship the last time they dropped out of the Premier League, but he was not fan of the old Lonsdale kits. These days it's Adidas who manufacture the famous red-and-white stripes but back when ...and more »

'What He Doesn't Know Yet Is He Probably Won't Get A Game Over There!' - Balls.ie;

'What He Doesn't Know Yet Is He Probably Won't Get A Game Over There!' - Balls.ie

Balls.ie'What He Doesn't Know Yet Is He Probably Won't Get A Game Over There!'Balls.ieAs expected, Ireland will take a mostly inexperienced squad to New Jersey to play Mexico next week. The group will feature three uncapped players and five with just a single cap each. Among the more experienced players to travel will be James McClean.and more »

Roy Keane: Manchester bombing tells you how unimportant football is - BreakingNews.ie;

Roy Keane: Manchester bombing tells you how unimportant football is - BreakingNews.ie

BreakingNews.ieRoy Keane: Manchester bombing tells you how unimportant football isBreakingNews.ieRoy Keane has expressed his shock at the Manchester bombing atrocity and also revealed his reservations about how much football can hope to achieve in the face of such horror, writes Liam Mackey. The former Manchester United captain said: “When it ...and more »

United legend Keane: Football is unimportant after Manchester attack - Yahoo Sports;

United legend Keane: Football is unimportant after Manchester attack - Yahoo Sports

Yahoo SportsUnited legend Keane: Football is unimportant after Manchester attackYahoo SportsThe phrase "football is more important than life or death" gets bandied around a lot among supporters but former Manchester United captain Roy Keane said that could not be further from the truth in the wake of the Manchester terror attack. Terrorism ...and more »

Roy Keane urges Ireland's newcomers to seize their opportunity - Buzz.ie;

Roy Keane urges Ireland's newcomers to seize their opportunity - Buzz.ie

Buzz.ieRoy Keane urges Ireland's newcomers to seize their opportunityBuzz.ieRoy Keane has told fellow Corkmen Alan Browne and Kevin Long to seize the international opportunity handed to them this week. The former Cork City stars are part of the 17 players training for three days at the Fota Island Resort close to the trio's ...and more »

Roy Keane says weddings are no excuse to miss games as Ireland look to crunch clash with Austria - The Irish Sun;

Roy Keane says weddings are no excuse to miss games as Ireland look to crunch clash with Austria - The Irish Sun

The Irish SunRoy Keane says weddings are no excuse to miss games as Ireland look to crunch clash with AustriaThe Irish SunWEDDING bells may be causing a disturbance in the Austria camp but the only noise Roy Keane can hear is opportunity knocking. Austria boss Marcel Koller is fuming that left-back Andreas Ulmer would not make himself available for the World Cup qualifier ...and more »

Keane: Browne fitting in - Lancashire Evening Post;

Keane: Browne fitting in - Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening PostKeane: Browne fitting inLancashire Evening PostPreston midfielder Alan Browne has settled well into training with the Republic of Ireland squad, according to Roy Keane. Browne was a last-minute selection for the Irish squad ahead of three games next month – the first of those in the United States ...and more »

Keane doubts soccer can heal Manchester's pain - Irish Times;

Keane doubts soccer can heal Manchester's pain - Irish Times

Irish TimesKeane doubts soccer can heal Manchester's painIrish TimesThough he shares the general sense of dismay over the attack in Manchester this week that left 22 innocent victims dead and many more with terrible injuries, Roy Keane says that he remains sceptical about the supposed healing powers of football in the ...and more »

Roy Keane open minded on missing matches for marriages - Irish Times;

Roy Keane open minded on missing matches for marriages - Irish Times

Irish TimesRoy Keane open minded on missing matches for marriagesIrish TimesRoy Keane reacted with mild amusement to questions about the current plight of Austrian coach Marcel Koller, who is struggling on a couple of fronts, not least for a left back, with one of the more obvious contenders to play in Dublin unavailable ...and more »

'Sport no help at time like this' - Keane - Irish Independent;

'Sport no help at time like this' - Keane - Irish Independent

Irish Independent'Sport no help at time like this' - KeaneIrish IndependentRoy Keane has told how the he was left shocked and saddened by the Manchester bomb attack. But the Ireland assistant manager and former Manchester United captain said he did not believe sport can provide any real solace for those struck by the tragedy.and more »

Football can't console Arena victims - Keane - Herald.ie;

Football can't console Arena victims - Keane - Herald.ie

Herald.ieFootball can't console Arena victims - KeaneHerald.ieRoy Keane has never been one to dwell on niceties or offer platitudes and his take on the Manchester Arena attack was typically blunt and accurate. For him, the idea that Manchester United's Europa League win over Ajax in Stockholm would have any ...and more »

Keane: What goes on at club level is no concern of ours - Irish Independent;

Keane: What goes on at club level is no concern of ours - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentKeane: What goes on at club level is no concern of oursIrish IndependentRoy Keane speaking to media during the Ireland squad's training session at Fota Island yesterday. 1 Roy Keane speaking to media during the Ireland squad's training session at Fota Island yesterday. Photo: Eóin Noonan/Sportsfile. Daniel McDonnell ...and more »

Keane worry over Ireland goal supply - Herald.ie;

Keane worry over Ireland goal supply - Herald.ie

Herald.ieKeane worry over Ireland goal supplyHerald.ieLike the rest of us, Roy Keane is worried about goals. More precisely, where Ireland are going to find them against Austria and over the longer haul. It's been a problem which has evolved quickly since Robbie Keane retired, even if his leaving was ...and more »

Roy Keane pleased with James McClean - Irish Examiner;

Roy Keane pleased with James McClean - Irish Examiner

Irish ExaminerRoy Keane pleased with James McCleanIrish ExaminerJames McClean has been added to the Irish panel for next week's game in the US against Mexico — at his own request. As a training squad comprised almost entirely of Championship personnel was completing its three days' work at Fota Island yesterday, ...and more »

Football's superstars may face insurance bill - Insurance Business;

Football's superstars may face insurance bill - Insurance Business

Insurance BusinessFootball's superstars may face insurance billInsurance BusinessFootball's superstars may face insurance bill The days of the hard hitting footballer may be coming to an end thanks to the risk of compensation claims if they injure opponents, according to a legal expert. Soccer stars such as Roy Keane and Duncan ...and more »

Keane: football 'not important' now - The Times (subscription);

Keane: football 'not important' now - The Times (subscription)

The Times (subscription)Keane: football 'not important' nowThe Times (subscription)Roy Keane spoke emotionally yesterday about the victims of the Manchester bombing, and the effect the tragedy has had on his adopted city. As he reflected on the aftermath of Monday's terrorist attack, which has claimed 22 lives, Keane, who has lived ...and more »

Roy Keane: 'Football no help to Manchester attack victims' - Daily Mail;

Roy Keane: 'Football no help to Manchester attack victims' - Daily Mail

Daily MailRoy Keane: 'Football no help to Manchester attack victims'Daily MailRoy Keane believes this week's terrorist attack in Manchester shows just how unimportant football really is as he expressed his condolences to the families who have lost loved ones. Twenty-two people were murdered, scores injured and five children ...and more »

Football pales into insignificance next to Manchester terrorist attack, says Roy Keane - Irish Mirror;

Football pales into insignificance next to Manchester terrorist attack, says Roy Keane - Irish Mirror

Irish MirrorFootball pales into insignificance next to Manchester terrorist attack, says Roy KeaneIrish MirrorRoy Keane insists football pales into insignificance in the wake of the Manchester terrorist attack. The Manchester United legend saw his old club beat Ajax in the Europa League final on Wednesday. Yesterday, he extended his sympathies to those ...and more »

Manchester United's Europa League win will be of scant consolation to bombing victim's families, says Roy Keane - Irish Mirror;

Manchester United's Europa League win will be of scant consolation to bombing victim's families, says Roy Keane - Irish Mirror

Irish MirrorManchester United's Europa League win will be of scant consolation to bombing victim's families, says Roy KeaneIrish MirrorRoy Keane has added his voice to the condolences offered to victims of the Manchester Arena bombing. The former Manchester United captain described Monday's brutal attack in which 22 lost their lives as "shocking" and "very scary". Speaking to RTE ...and more »