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  1. Video: Johnny Sexton tells a tale of an Ireland team-mate forced to bungee jump in the nipRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Independent.ie

    Jonathan Sexton has revealed that one of his team-mates decided to bungee jump in New Zealand naked, but wouldn't spill on the beans on the identity of the player. The Ireland and Leinster out-half said the incident took place without the knowledge of the press and he will not divulge the name of the brave player Speaking during the second instalment of '3Chats', from Three, proud sponsor of the Irish football and rugby teams, shared the moment with fellow Irish international John O'Shea.

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  2. Roy Keane cautions against complacency as Republic of Ireland head...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Daily Mail

    Roy Keane has ordered the Republic of Ireland to treat their Euro 2016 clash with Gibraltar as an English cup-tie ripe for a giant-killing. The Republic face the Group D minnows in Faro, Portugal on Friday evening having already put seven past them without reply in the reverse fixture at the Aviva Stadium in October last year.

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  3. Ireland No2 Roy Keane: We need to treat Gibraltar game like a cup-tie or we could end up in troubleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Daily Record

    SCOTLAND'S Euro 2016 opponents know they can't take the group minnows lightly if they want to stay in the hunt to make France next year. IRELAND assistant manager Roy Keane has ordered the Republic players to treat their Euro 2016 clash with Gibraltar as a cup-tie ripe for a giant-killing.

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  4. Roy Keane rallies Ireland before 'cup-tie' meeting with GibraltarRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Independent.ie

    Roy Keane has ordered the Republic of Ireland to treat their Euro 2016 clash with Gibraltar as an English cup-tie ripe for a giant-killing. The Republic face the Group D minnows in Faro, Portugal on Friday evening having already put seven past them without reply in the reverse fixture at the Aviva Stadium in October last year.

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  5. Roy Keane: I'd be concerned about players not getting knocksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Independent.ie

    Republic of Ireland Squad Training. Abbotstown, Co. Dublin. Picture credit: David Maher / SPORTSFILE Ireland assistant manager Roy Keane has said that James McCarthy should "expect to get hit in midfield" and would be concerned if players didn't arrive at international training with niggles and knocks.

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  6. Keane: Gibraltar no gimmeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Sky Sports

    Roy Keane says Republic of Ireland have "seen enough of Gibraltar" to know Friday's European Qualifier is no walkover. Europe's newest international side were beaten 7-0 in Dublin in October last year and have shipped 34 goals in six Group D games.

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  7. Ian Harte hails Mick McCarthy and Roy KeaneRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | RTE.ie

    Ian Harte has spoken of his deep respect for former Republic of Ireland manager Mick McCarthy and international team-mate Roy Keane after announcing his retirement yesterday . Harte earned 64 caps between 1996 and 2007 and referenced the 2001 win over the Netherlands that set Ireland on the road to qualification for the following year's World Cup as his favourite moment in a green shirt.

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  8. Morgan Schneiderlin hoping to enjoy similar career to Man United legendRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | A Different League

    Morgan Schneiderlin is hoping that he can build upon his promising start to his Manchester United career, and become a Red Devils hero just like Roy Keane, according to the Daily Mirror . While the former Southampton man admitted that he is a different character to United's former captain, he suggested that he hoped to be as important a player as Keane was .

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  9. Damien Delaney ends Ireland career but has 'no issue' with Roy KeaneRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | Independent.ie

    Crystal Palace centrehalf Damien Delaney appears to have retired from international football after releasing a detailed statement on his Instagram account. Eyebrows were raised yesterday after Delaney was omitted from the Irish squad for the Gibraltar and Georgia qualifiers in September, given he is one of the few Irish defenders operating in the Premier League.

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  10. Delaney claims 'no issue' with KeaneRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | BBC News

    Republic of Ireland defender Damien Delaney has denied asking manager Martin O'Neill for a regular place and says he has "no issue" with Roy Keane. The Crystal Palace player was omitted from a 37-man squad on Tuesday, making the last of his nine appearances in a friendly defeat by Turkey last year.

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  11. FOOTBALL: Birthday boy Keanu nets Ludlow winner BIRTHDAY boy Keanu...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 13 | Ludlow Advertiser

    BIRTHDAY boy Keanu Cooper was the match-winner as AFC Ludlow kicked off their West Midlands League Division One programme with a 2-1 victory at Shenstone Pathfinder. Ludlow came from behind to bank all three points, with Cooper's first-half strike proving the perfect birthday present - he turned 18 last Wednesday.?Shenstone, coached by ex-Aston Villa, Liverpool and Republic of Ireland star Steve Staunton, had taken a 19th-minute lead against the run of play.?Ludlow levelled when a Dale Hodge cross-shot was helped in by Danny Gower as Shenstone appealed for offside.

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  12. Ruud Gullit admits he has never heard of Ruud Dokter... the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 12 | Daily Mail

    A fortnight after Ruud Dokter launched an Under 17 League pathway for Irish kids, fellow Dutchman Ruud Gullit did a double-take in Dublin when asked had he heard of the FAI's high performance director. After an awkward pause, it was suggested to Gullit that he might be more familiar with Wim Koevermans, who preceded Dokter on the FAI payroll.

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  13. Aston Villa fans - Your chance to meet 'God'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 10 | IcWalsall

    Former Ireland and Aston Villa Legend 'Paul McGrath' will be reminiscing about his career at The Irish Centre in Birmingham in November. The man known as 'God' to the Villa fans will be at The Irish Centre in Deritend on Thursday November 5th talking about his life and the highs and lows of his football career.

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

    Aug 3, 2015 | 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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  15. English Premier League: Five times Roy Keane absolutely nailed itRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 2, 2015 | 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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  16. 'Piers Morgan must think he's a model slagging Roy Keane'Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 2, 2015 | 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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  17. Selfies and six packs to derail Arsenal's title hopes: KeaneRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 2, 2015 | 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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  18. Arsenal won't win Premier League title - because players are...Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 2, 2015 | 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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  19. Roy Keane: Arsenal players are too obsessed with selfies and six packsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 2, 2015 | 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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  20. Roy Keane criticizes Arsenal players' self-interestRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 1, 2015 | 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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