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  1. Passionate man: Five times ex-Manchester United skipper Roy Keane's nailed itRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Stuff.co.nz

    Arsenal's surprise victory over Chelsea in Sunday's Community Shield , the traditional curtain-raiser to the English Premier League season, had some excited commentators tipping a bona fide title challenge from the Gunners this term. Presumably, Roy Keane was not one of them.

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  2. English Premier League: Five times Roy Keane absolutely nailed itRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Age

    Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is excited about what the upcoming season may hold for the Gunners, after a morale-boosting 1-0 win over Chelsea in the Community Shield on Sunday. Arsenal's surprise victory over Chelsea in Sunday's Community Shield , the traditional curtain-raiser to the English Premier League season, had some excited commentators tipping a bona fide title challenge from the Gunners this term.

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  3. 'Piers Morgan must think he's a model slagging Roy Keane'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Independent.ie

    Piers Morgan's tongue-in-cheek tweet towards Roy Keane and his stance on selfies has become a talking point on social media today. Morgan was responding to Keane's criticism of Arsenal's attitude, with the Republic of Ireland assistant manager withering in his assessment of the Gunners' title chances, suggesting they are too obsessed with selfies and six packs.

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  4. Selfies and six packs to derail Arsenal's title hopes: KeaneRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Star Online

    Arsenal are not capable of winning the Premier League title this season because they have too many players interested in selfies and six packs rather than winning football matches, according to former Manchester United captain Roy Keane. Keane, a fire and brimstone midfielder, won seven Premier League titles as a player and enjoyed particularly competitive relationship with Arsenal and their similarly combative captain Patrick Viera.

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  5. Arsenal won't win Premier League title - because players are...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Independent

    Arsenal won't win Premier League title - because players are interested in selfies, six-packs and their hair - Roy Keane Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Arsenal won't win the Premier League title this season because too many of their players are more interested in selfies, six-packs and their hair, according to Roy Keane.

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  6. Roy Keane: Arsenal players are too obsessed with selfies and six packsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Independent.ie

    Roy Keane's continued absence from the Premier League front line hasn't dimmed his appetite for making forecasts, with Arsenal focus of his most strident views heading into the new campaign. Any prospects of Arsene Wenger ending a 12-year title drought have been utterly dismissed by a man with seven Premier League winners' medals to his name, as he reckons a coterie of their players are more interested in "selfies, six-packs and their hair."

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  7. Roy Keane criticizes Arsenal players' self-interestRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Fox Sports

    Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane did not hold back on his criticism of the Gunners. He accused some of the players of prioritizing their vanity over the team's ambitions.

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  8. Arsenal more focused on 'selfies and six-packs' than winning, claims KeaneRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 1 | Goal.com

    The Gunners squad are one of the most active on social media and their former nemesis feels that their focus has been distracted, while backing Chelsea to retain the title Former Manchester United star Roy Keane has accused Arsenal of having too many players "more interested in selfies and six-packs" than winning titles. The Gunners have won the FA Cup for two consecutive seasons but not lifted the Premier League trophy since 2003-04, a record which Keane does not see changing until they address the culture inside their dressing room.

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  9. Jack Byrne is like Roy Keane - they are both nuts, says Patrick VieiraRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | Independent.ie

    Jack Byrne has made a big impression on Patrick Vieira and the Frenchman expects the Dubliner to get even better Just as the well of young Irish talent appears to have dried up, Patrick Vieira thinks Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane have a gem on their hands in Jack Byrne. The 19-year-old Dubliner spent the last two years learning his trade under Manchester City's Elite Development Squad coach Vieira before clinching a season-long loan move to Dutch club SC Cambuur last month.

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  10. VIDEO: Roy Keane pleased by new Under-17 leagueRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | RTE.ie

    Roy Keane has welcomed the addition of the Under-17 division to the SSE Airtricity League. Watch a full interview with Tony O'Donoghue from Soccer Republic.

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  11. Roy Keane: 'Teams don't dread playing us, every match for Ireland is tough'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | Independent.ie

    Wales earned their place as first seeds in last Saturday's draw primarily due to their ascent above Belgium to the summit of their Euro 2016 qualification campaign. Asked for his response to the draw while in Dublin today to launch the League of Ireland U-17 league, the Ireland assistant boss was philosophical.

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  12. Keane jealous of Wales' Premier League contingentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | RTE.ie

    Republic of Ireland assistant manager Roy Keane is envious of the number of players Wales have competing in the Premier League ahead of the two countries' meeting in World Cup qualifying in 2017. Keane, who was helping launch the new SSE Airtricity Under-17 league at FAI headquarters in Abbotstown, said that the dwindling number of Ireland players featuring regularly in England's top flight is having a detrimental effect on the country's international hopes.

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  13. Handy draw can't mask deep-seated problemsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | Independent.ie

    Martin O'Neill's interest in remaining as Ireland's manager for the World Cup campaign may be the best thing for Irish football right now. Ireland's opponents for the qualifiers were revealed at the draw in St Petersburg yesterday and while Wales, Serbia and Austria may not be among the global elite, they will worry Ireland while doing little to attract people to the Aviva.

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  14. Wales' World Cup 2018 Fans' Guide: Thanks for Ireland and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | IcNetwork

    Whether they take their 2016 summer holidays in France or not, Wales' travel hardened fans face some daunting trips on the road to Russia 2018 Excited Welsh fans currently struggling to resist the temptation to start planning for France for next summer now have another headache. Now the World Cup 2018 groups have been drawn Wales fans can soon start thinking about some interesting trips to Austria, Serbia, Ireland, Moldova and Georgia.

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  15. World Cup draw: Best & worst scenarios for IrelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | RTE.ie

    Martin O'Neill will be hoping for some welcome respite from the Euro 2016 campaign in Saturday's World Cup 2018 draw in St Petersburg. There are 14 places up for grabs at the Russian event in 2018 and with the hosts already guaranteed their place in the tournament, the other 13 berths will be filled by the top side in each of the nine groups alongside the four play-off winners.

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  16. Wolves: As Chris Iwelumo returns to Molineux, here's a countdown ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | IcWolverhampton

    Chris Iwelumo, Wolves' new Under-18s coach, though a fine footballer in his day was responsible for one of the worst misses in modern day football. Here we reflect on that particular howler, though he would probably prefer we didn't, and others that have stood the test of time.

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  17. Commercial Court to hear Keane's billboard actionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 20 | RTE.ie

    Roy Keane's legal action against bookmaker Paddy Power over the firm's alleged use of his face on a mocked-up image of the film Braveheart will be heard by the Commercial Court. The action relates to a billboard featuring Mr Keane, assistant manager of the Republic of Ireland soccer team, depicted as Scottish hero William Wallace in a still from the Oscar-winning film Braveheart, which was allegedly placed on the side of a truck and driven around Dublin ahead of Ireland's recent match against Scotland.

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  18. Leicester preparing to make approach for Ireland boss Martin O'Neill this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 10 | Independent.ie

    Martin O'Neill had plenty of time to ponder his future at the K Club today. Picture: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin.

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  19. Leicester City set to approach Martin O'Neill this weekend about emotional Foxes returnRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 10 | The Independent

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Leicester City are set to approach the Football Association of Ireland this weekend to ask for permission to speak with Martin O'Neill about their vacant manager position.

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  20. Leicester want O'Neill talksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 10 | Sky Sports

    Leicester City want to hold talks with Republic of Ireland boss Martin O'Neill over a potential return as the club's manager, according to Sky sources. O'Neill previously managed the Foxes for five years, winning promotion to the Premier League in his first season in 1996, but it is understood the club are yet to approach the Football Association of Ireland with their interest.

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