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    Keane hasn’t “lost a wink of sleep” over Saipan accusations

    Roy Keane says he “hasn’t lost a wink of sleep” over his actions in Saipan. The Republic of Ireland assistant manager has also claimed that he felt Mick McCarthy’s accusations at the now infamous team meeting were “lies”. “I was disappointed it happened, the way in panned out,” Keane said on ITV’s World Cup podcast, which […] More

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    Keane hopes O’Shea “is a raving lunatic”

    Roy Keane says he hopes John O’Shea “”is a raving lunatic”. The Republic of Ireland assistant manager has paid tribute to his former teammate ahead of O’Shea’s final international match on Saturday. Keane played with O’Shea at both club and international level, and has described the veteran defender as a “really balanced” character. “I remember […] More

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    Roy Keane: “I have huge respect for Liverpool”

    Former Manchester United captain, Roy Keane has admitted having “huge respect for Liverpool after the backlash to his withering assessment of their current team last week. While acting in his role as a pundit for ITV’s Champions League coverage following the club’s 3-0 win against Maribor, the controversial Ireland assistant boss had stated that “if […] More

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    Roy Keane on Hendrick, Eriksen, and Irish players turning up in big games

    Assistant Ireland boss, Roy Keane was cagey about Jeff Hendrick’s fitness yesterday as injury concerns mount for Ireland ahead of Saturday’s crunch World Cup play off in Copenhagen. Reacting to reports on Tuesday that the Burnley midfielder had been sent for a scan, Keane told a press conference at FAI headquarters; “There’s no real news […] More

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    Keane: Hogan will wish “I’d never met him”

    Roy Keane says striker Scott Hogan will wish he’d never met him after a week of training. Keane was responding to the Aston Villa striker’s claims that he was star-struck when he met the former Manchester United midfielder for the first time. “Listen, that will soon change,” Keane replied when asked about Hogan’s comments. “After […] More

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    What Ireland need to do to qualify for Russia

    Ireland’s odds of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in Russia may have taken a significant blow in the past seven days, but Martin O’Neill’s men can still qualify for next summer’s tournament. The boys in green will most likely need to win both of their remaining games – at home to Moldova and away […] More

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    Roy Keane reveals how much he’d have cost in today’s market

    Roy Keane has slammed modern transfer fees as “mind-boggling,” and claims his former teammate Ryan Giggs would be worth £2 billion in today’s market. He also says both David Beckham and Ruud van Nistelrooy would be worth but reckons he’d still only be worth £3.75 million – the fee Manchester United paid Nottingham Forest for his services in 1993. […] More

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    How you can become a Superfan

    With 2017 underway, Irish fans have plenty to be looking forward to. Aside from some tantalising fixtures on the horizon so much more lies in wait. COMING SOON! A Trump led nuclear apocalypse, a new series of “Dancing with the Stars”, and the small matter of a potential trip to Russia to be resolved. 2016 […] More

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    ‘They need to toughen up’ – Roy Keane slams Everton

    Roy Keane has hit out at Everton and Ronald Koeman, suggesting that Toffee’s players “need to toughen up.” Ronald Koeman has been increasingly critical of the Irish management in recent months, and Keane has followed Martin O’Neill in hitting back at the Dutch boss. The Republic of Ireland assistant boss also revealed he is disappointed […] More

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    McAteer on Saipan: “I thought one of them was going to throw a punch”

    Jason McAteer has given his perspective on the infamous Saipan controversy in his new book, Blood, Sweat and McAteer. The former Liverpool winger claims that there were fears in the squad that the “hatred” between Keane and manager Mick McCarthy would lead to a physical fight in the squad meeting room at the Saipan Hyatt Regency Hotel. […] More

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    Irish Abroad: Roy Keane’s advice to Conor Hourihane

    Conor Hourihane revealed to the Sunday Times that fellow Cork native Roy Keane gave him advice before last season’s League One play-off final. The Barnsley midfielder said that; “He wished me all the best and said that nobody remembers the losers at Wembley; you want to go there and win. It was a fantastic call to […] More

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    Keano’s Way: Exclusive extracts from Roy Keane’s new film

    The Roy Keane diaries are brought to you by one of our forum users. Pop over to for all your banter with Ireland fans. From the makers of… 20th Century Fox brings you…. Starring Roy Keane and Sean Penn as the disloyal lawyer Michael Kennedy Keano’s Way a violent film by Quentin Tarantino September […] More

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