- Date of Birth: 10 August 1971
- Birthplace: Cork (city)
- Position: Midfielder
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Manchester United legend Roy Keane has said that the Red Devils have nothing to be concerned about, should Paul Pogba make way from the club at the end of the season.
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Manchester United legend-turned-pundit Roy Keane believes Chelsea attacker Eden Hazard is way behind the likes of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo as he does not possess the consistency over an extended period of games.
Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill is on the cusp of an emotional return to the Premier League. The former Leicester City boss is on the verge of agreeing terms with Stoke City.
Manchester United legend Roy Keane has advised Jose Mourinho to shut up and get on with his job after he was critical of the club's supporters last weekend.
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho insists that the club are not in a good state owing to Louis van Gaal's transfer business at Old Trafford.
Aston Villa are confident that a deal can be agreed with Manchester United on transfer deadline day to sign England international midfielder Tom Cleverley. The out of favour centre midfielder has been in talks with Villa over a move.
Republic of Ireland assistant manager Roy Keane has begun talks with Celtic regarding the vacant managerial job at Celtic Park. Neil Lennon stepped down last week as head coach.
Martin O'Neill has been installed as the favourite to take the vacant Republic of Ireland job, and is expected to name Roy Keane as his assistant. Ireland have been managerless since the departure of Giovanni Trappatoni.
Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup has slammed former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson after the Scotsman lifted the lid on his frosty relationship with the likes of Roy Keane and David Beckham and other dealings in the United dressing room.
Everton's summer signing James McCarthy has insisted that he would be delighted to have the former Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane as the new Republic of Ireland manager.
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Former Newcastle and Bolton boss Sam Allardyce is reportedly being lined up to replace axed Paul Ince as the coach of Blackburn Rovers.
Wigan boss Steve Bruce has completely ruled out a move away from the Latics to Sunderland, insisting he has no interest in leaving the JJB Stadium just yet.
Sunderland's shortlist for a replacement for Roy Keane has now been reduced down to three. It is understood that Niall Quinn has three names on his list and hopes to make an announcement within a week about Keane's successor.
Roy Keane has apparently quit his job at Sunderland, according to reports this morning. After a series of discussions with the club's board and chairman, Niall Quinn, it appears that both parties felt it was time for a change.
Sunderland are the latest club to be linked with a move for Diego Capel, the Sevilla CF Winger who is desperate to make a move away from Spain to the Premiership.
Sunderland boss Roy Keane on Saturday admitted he has contemplated quitting the struggling Black Cats.
Sunderland boss Roy Keane is remaining tight lipped on suggestions that he is set to quit Sunderland after his side succumbed to a shock 4-1 defeat to Bolton at the Stadium of Light on Saturday. Keane was keen to put off his contract as he was more focused on stopping the rot at the Black Cats.
Roy Keane has hinted that there is a possibility he may leave Sunderland in 'six or seven months', as that is when his current contract expires. The comments seem to raise concerns over his future at the club.