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Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane denies taxi row offence

Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has denied committing a public order offence in an alleged road-rage incident with a taxi driver. Keane, 43, is said to have behaved aggressively towards cabbie Fateh Kerar, 44, near traffic lights in Ashley Road, Altrincham, on January 30. He did not attend a brief hearing at Trafford Magistrates' Court on Wednesday but a not guilty plea...
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Roy Keane in court over alleged road-rage row with taxi driver

Roy Keane must appear in court over an alleged road-rage row with a taxi driver. Former Manchester United captain Keane, 43, has been summonsed to go before Trafford Magistrates' Court after police received a report he had behaved aggressively in the incident in January. It is alleged that Irishman Keane got in to the row with cabbie Fateh Kerar, 44, near traffic lights on Ashley...
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March 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Martin O'Neill gives Roy Keane his backing after his latest outburst

Martin O'Neill has given Roy Keane his backing after the latest outburst from his Republic of Ireland assistant at the weekend. Keane's name was mentioned in connection with an alleged altercation involving a fan at the Ireland team hotel last week. The 43-year-old then took a scatter-gun approach when he spoke to the media on Sunday following Ireland's 1-0 European Qualifier defeat...
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November 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Republic of Ireland coach Martin O'Neill backs Roy Keane after incident

Ireland manager Martin O'Neill has backed assistant coach Roy Keane after the former Manchester United captain was involved in an incident with a member of the public at the national team's hotel. Details of the incident have not been disclosed, although the Football Association of Ireland said late Wednesday that Keane called the Irish police to tell them what happened. O'Neill...
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November 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Roy Keane: A Legend Tarnished

Over the past few days, all that seems to be lining all the major sport websites across the world of football are the reactions to Roy Keane’s new book, The Second Half… There is no doubt that Roy Keane is an absolute Manchester United legend; 480 appearances for the club, 51 career goals, and all for the bargain price of £3.5 Million… Any Manchester United supporter can tell...
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October 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Roy Keane reveals why he left Manchester United

Roy Keane reveals why he left Manchester United - originally posted on “He is my best player. When you are talking about Manchester United 30 or 500 years from now, Roy Keane will be regarded as one of the greatest players ever at this club” – Sir Alex Ferguson, 2005.  And that’s how we shift our attention to Roy Keane and his love-hate relationship with the...
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October 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Roy Keane Ditches ITV Pundit Job To Pursue Aston Villa Assistant Manager Position

The always outspoken and controversial Roy Keane is in the news once again. This time it’s due to him not traveling with ITV to Brazil to cover the World Cup as a pundit. Instead, he may become the assistant manager at Aston Villa. Keane is currently assistant manager for the Republic of Ireland, but returning to the Premier League could improve his future as a coach. Interestingly...
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June 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Roy Keane Accuses Sir Alex Ferguson of Trying to Control Manchester United in Retirement

Roy Keane and Sir Alex Ferguson may have a “nonexistent” relationship, but the two continue to fight like an old married couple. Keane fired the latest salvo in their war of words Monday when he accused Ferguson of trying to control exert control over Manchester United despite retiring as manager in May, according to the Telegraph. “The two words the manager used all the time...
December 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Keane launches new Ferguson attack

Roy Keane believes Sir Alex Ferguson is still trying to exert "control and power" at Manchester United despite retiring as manager in the summer. The Irishman, who was Ferguson's midfield driving force in a glorious spell for the club between 1993 and 2005, says the Scot has a "massive ego" and rated his former boss at Nottingham Forest, Brian Clough, as the best manager he had...
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December 09, 2013  |  Discuss

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