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  Roy Keane
Roy was one of two Ramblers representatives in the inaugural FAI/FAS scheme in Dublin and it was here that he got his first taste of full time training.
The replay was lost 0-4 but it was the performance of Roy Keane which attracted the attention of the watching Nottingham Forest scout who recommended him to travel for a trial.
Roy impressed Brian Clough and his staff suitably and in the end a deal worth £47,000 was struck between the two clubs.
www.cobhramblers.com /roykeane.htm   (929 words)

  
 Colorado Avalanche, Patrick Roy, Mike Keane, National Hockey League - CBS SportsLine.com
Roy is still considered one of the best goalies in the game at age 37, but he has been bothered by arthritic hips the past few years.
Roy was solid in the first four games of Colorado's first-round playoff series against Minnesota, but gave up soft goals in Games 6 and 7 as the Wild became just the seventh team in league history to come back from a 3-1 deficit with two road wins.
Roy said at the time that he was 90 percent sure of his plans for the future, but did not reveal which way he was leaning.
cbs.sportsline.com /nhl/story/6395134   (965 words)

  
 Roy Keane   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
In 1991, Keane was a regular in the side, displacing the English international midfield player Steve Hodge, and scored three goals during a run to that season's FA Cup final, which Forest ultimately lost to Tottenham Hotspur.
Keane was inducted into the English Football Hall of Fame in 2004 in recognition of his undoubted impact on the English league.
Keane's Celtic career began in ignominious fashion as the Glasgow giants crashed to a 2-1 defeat to lowly Clyde F.C. in the Scottish Cup third round on 8 January 2006.
www.123football.com /players/k/roy-keane/index.htm   (1279 words)

  
 Roy Keane @ ManchesterUnited.y2u.co.uk   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
In 1991, Keane was a regular in the side, displacing the English international midfield player Steve Hodge, and scored three goals during a run to that season's FA Cup final, which Forest ultimately lost to Tottenham Hotspur.
Keane's anger towards Haaland dated back to a match in 1997,[1] when a tackle by Keane on Haaland left the Irishman with cruciate ligament damage, which would cause Keane to miss most of the 97/98 season.
Keane wrote in his autobiography that Haaland had accused him of feigning injury, demanding that the seriously-injured United skipper "get up"; it was then that Keane decided that he would one day get revenge on Haaland.
y2u.co.uk /sub900_Football_ManUtd/MU17_Roy_Keane.htm   (1851 words)

  
 Roy Keane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Roy Maurice Keane (born in Cork, 10 August 1971) is the manager of Sunderland A.F.C. in England's Coca-Cola Championship league.
Keane was selected to the FIFA 100, a list of the greatest living footballers picked by Pelé, as the sole representative of the Republic of Ireland.
Keane was named Ireland's player of the tournament at the 1994 FIFA World Cup in the USA, when Ireland famously beat tournament favourites and eventual finalists, Italy 1-0, before losing to Holland in the second round.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Roy_Keane   (3459 words)

  
 ESPN.com Soccernet England: News - FA ready to throw book at Keane
Roy Keane is the subject of an FA investigation over the revelations in his new autobiography in which he admits to deliberately trying to take revenge on Manchester City's Alf-Inge Haaland.
He said: 'We have looked at the comments by Roy Keane and given them some consideration, but our view is that, at the moment, it is part of a serialisation and we would like to see the full context before making a decision.
As Keane attempts to cope with the fall-out from his comments, United prepare for a crucial trip to Budapest with Ferdinand ruled out for a fortnight with an ankle injury and Barthez believed to have sustained a slight tear to his thigh muscle.
www.soccernet.com /england/news/2002/0813/20020813fakeane.html   (530 words)

  
 www.manutdzone.com: Roy Keane: A career profile with pictures
When Keane is on the pitch, such is his power and influence you know that it is going to take one hell of a performance by the opposition midfield to beat United.
Roy Keane had an excellent season in 1999-2000 winning both the PFA player of the year award and the Football writers player of the year.
Keane's roots are in the working-class village of Mayfield on the outskirts of Cork.
www.manutdzone.com /playerpages/RoyKeane.htm   (2131 words)

  
 RTÉ Sport: Roy Keane leaves Manchester United
United confirmed Keane's exit in a statement on their official website www.manutd.com which read; "The agreement allows Roy to sign a long term deal with another club to enable him to secure his playing career beyond what would have been the end of his contract at United in the summer."
Keane admitted his sadness at his Old Trafford exit, but insisted that it was time for him to move on.
Keane had already cast doubt over his long-term future at United earlier this season when, in a live phone-in, he said he believed that his current contract, which was due to expire at the end of this season, would be his last.
www.rte.ie /sport/2005/1118/keaneroy.html   (901 words)

  
 Roy Keane
Roy Keane was born in Cork on 10 October 1971.
In Barcelona, despite Keane taking no active part in the match, the fans finally got their way during the post-match celebrations when they insisted on Roy taking his deserved bow with the Champions League trophy in front of the massed ranks.
Roy's contract negotiations fell under the media microscope midway through the 1999/2000 season, when it was revealed that the Club captain had turned down the Club's initial offer.
www.nmplive.co.uk /cse/roykeane.html   (608 words)

  
 ESPN.com Soccernet England: Roy Keane
Keane landed an elbow in McAteer's face in injury time right in front of referee Uriah Rennie.
Keane was due to serve a three-match ban for his dismissal, but decided to have a hip operation, taking him out of action and the limelight - for a short while at least.
Despite this reckless edge, Roy Keane remains the heartbeat of Manchester United and any side in Europe would covet his talents.
www.soccernet.com /england/players/keaneroy.html   (634 words)

  
 Roy Keane quits Manchester United
Keane helped United win the Premier League seven times as well as the league and FA Cup double in 1994, 1996 and 1999 when United also won the European Cup.
Keane, who has not played since September 14 because of injury, recently criticised team mates for lack of effort in a club TV interview which was never shown, and earned a public rebuke from Ferguson.
In September, Keane said he was likely to leave at the end of the season when his United contract ran out.
www.rediff.com /sports/2005/nov/18keane.htm   (734 words)

  
 Roy Keane - Deadspin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Famed Manchester United Hero-In-Exile Roy Keane has signed with Celtic until 2007, a move that could further signify the end of the Manchester United era.
For those of you who have your finger on the pulse of such matters, the big shocking news this morning is that Roy Keane -- a soccer player so famous that we've heard of him -- has left Manchester United -- the team where he served as captain -- after 12 years with the team.
It could very well be considered the end of Manchester United's dominant reign; Keane was the tough, winning-driven captain, all business.
www.deadspin.com /sports/roy-keane   (474 words)

  
 Roy Keane
In June 1990 Roy Keane was transferred from Cobh Ramblers to Brian Clough's Nottingham Forest for £10,000.
Roy Keane's autobiography is an excellent read and is highly recommended for giving a flavour of the player.
Roy Keane and United manager, Alex Ferguson have always held each other in great esteem.
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 Roy Keane - Finally Corked - Roy's Last Season at Manchester United :: Soccerphile
There's a passage in Roy Keane's suitably frank autobiography in which, to paraphrase, the fiery Irishman admits he wasn't the best player in his junior team, not even in the school side but that in living, breathing and fighting football he succeeded on determination alone.
Keane's influence is as great as ever but successive injuries have blunted his physical abilities to the point that manager Sir Alex Ferguson has changed his side's tactics to offer the Irishman more protection.
Keane has his place in that most holy sanctuary secured and like Cantona before him his interest is served most by bowing out at the top.
www.soccerphile.com /soccerphile/news/ranter/roy-keane.html   (1001 words)

  
 CNN.com - Keane decides to end Ireland exile - Apr 13, 2004
Keane had turned his back on his country following a row with then manager Mick McCarthy which saw him sent home from a training camp shortly before the 2002 Finals in Japan and South Korea.
In February Keane hinted he was contemplating a comeback to the Republic's colours.
Keane's self-imposed exile from international football at the start of Kerr's reign meant he missed the Republic's unsuccesful bid to qualify for this June's Euro 2004 Championships in Portugal.
cnn.com /2004/SPORT/football/04/13/ireland.keane/index.html   (488 words)

  
 Sports Stories - Roy Keane controversy
Earlier on in the game the two players were involved in a altercation, which ended with both players on the floor and needing to be separated by the referee and other players.
In most other cases the incident that type of incident would have been put behind the players but Roy Keane has proven that he likes to hold a grudge and any incident is never over until he says its over.
Keane could also be facing a further ban or some sort of disciplinary action by the FA if they decide that the player should be charged for his admission in his autobiography that he deliberately set out to injure Manchester City's Alf-Inge Haaland.
www.nightimeuk.com /pubindex/9980108211339.html   (440 words)

  
 RTÉ Sport: Roy Keane: the highs and lows
August - Keane's autobiography is serialised in The Times and the News of the World in which he admits his red-card tackle on Haaland was deliberate.
Keane also claims he would have played in the World Cup had manager Mick McCarthy not accused him of feigning injury.
Keane substituted two minutes from time and post-match reports claim he will be absent for two months after breaking a bone in his left foot.
www.rte.ie /sport/2005/1118/keaneroy1.html   (1523 words)

  
 Scotsman.com Sport - Roy Keane - Football star cleared of assaulting youth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
MANCHESTER United captain Roy Keane was yesterday cleared of assaulting a teenager who taunted him in the street.
Earlier, giving evidence under oath, Keane, who is known for his fiery temper on the football field, admitted he was angry with the teenager after he called him a "w****r".
Keane denied lashing out with a walking stick when he initially saw the two youths as they rode past him.
sport.scotsman.com /topics.cfm?tid=538&id=228762005   (662 words)

  
 Roy Keane set for Sunderland job?
Former Manchester United and Republic of Ireland captain Roy Keane is expected to be confirmed as Niall Quinn's successor as Sunderland manager ahead of Monday's Championship clash with West Browmwich Albion at the Stadium of Light.
And, while he stopped short of naming former Ireland team-mate Keane as the manager-in-waiting, it is understood that the 35-year-old former midfielder is the "high-profile figure" in mind.
In the wake of reports that Keane was set to be given the chance to cut his managerial teeth at Sunderland, the Black Cats said: "The club is in discussions with a high-profile figure and is hopeful an announcement will be made in the near future."
www.itv.com /news/index_32d7634c94df8f1f4dfbf25bfa459550.html   (627 words)

  
 Amazon.ca: Keane Autobiography: Books: Roy Keane   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Roy keane is one of the greatest soccer players in the world.
Roy Keane exhibits the epitomy of a true winner and his story is awe inspiring as he moves from an overlooked youngster to the center of the world stage!
Keane is always making trouble for his team weither it be Manchester or Ireland, he is just a ruthless player who takes the game WAY too far.
www.amazon.ca /Keane-Autobiography-Roy/dp/0141009810   (789 words)

  
 Roy Keane Manchester United !
Roy turned out to be one of the best signings Alex made, taking over the captain's armband from Eric Cantona.
Roy then went to the 2002 World Cup as Irelands best player but just could not get on with the manager Mick McCarthy and was sent home, Roy thought that Mick was not doing enough for the Squads chance to win Matches and has told his story in a book all about his football career.
In the 2004 season it was a bit up and down for Roy the League went to arch Rivals Arsenal which would of hurt The Man United Captain a lot, but Roy made history at the end of the season and is the only player to feature in 6 FA Cup Finals.
www.manchesterunited.co.uk /roykeane.html   (273 words)

  
 Roy Keane. Roy Keane's split with Manchester United. Man Utd without Roy Keane   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The bitter circumstances surrounding the departure of Roy Keane have fuelled a huge debate about the egos of Keane and Sir Alex Ferguson, the apparent quagmire of underachievement at the club, and a sense of malcontent that has seeped through the cracks of this once great empire.
As the radio announcements of Keane’s resignation/sacking/everything in-between seeped through last Friday afternoon, one was immediately dragged back to the summer of 1997 when the great Eric Cantona retired at the height of his powers, bowing gracefully as he exited the stage.
Whenever Keane lambasted his underachieving fellow players, the day-tripping prawn sandwich brigade, and even his manager, he was echoing the will of every true red who holds dear the great legacy of this club.
www.threemonkeysonline.com /threemon_article-roy-keane.htm   (751 words)

  
 Keane leaves United after Ferguson row | News | Guardian Unlimited Football
Roy Keane has dramatically left Manchester United, reportedly after another acrimonious dispute with Sir Ferguson.
Both club and player today insisted the decision to part ways was by "mutual consent", however sources in Ireland suggest that Keane had a blazing row with the United manager after being told he wasn't wanted for a reserve game against West Brom last night.
Keane was also told that he was being stripped of the captaincy, after which he realised he had no future at Old Trafford.
football.guardian.co.uk /News_Story/0,1563,1645805,00.html   (677 words)

  
 No red carpet dreams for Roy Keane - Telegraph
Roy Keane's side had been beaten three times in succession, a feeling he hadn't tasted for more than a decade.
The last football man of Keane's charisma they had on Wearside was Jim Baxter and then he was a booze-filled shadow of the idol he was at Ibrox.
Keane is religious in his own way and a believer in fate.
www.telegraph.co.uk /sport/main.jhtml?xml=/sport/2007/09/01/sfnsun101.xml   (1081 words)

  
 uefa.com - UEFA Champions League - Players - roy keane   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Roy Keane has been one of the world's foremost midfield players for a decade, famed for his determined attitude, which has helped him to countless honours with Manchester United FC and through several serious injuries.
Keane made headlines for the wrong reasons in May 2002 when he left the Republic of Ireland squad just days before the FIFA World Cup finals.
Keane began his career with Cobh Ramblers FC before Brian Clough took him to England's Nottingham Forest FC as an 18-year-old in 1990 for €15,000.
www.uefa.com /competitions/UCL/Players/Player=8327/index.html   (445 words)

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