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ROY Keane has launched a scathing attack on today's hen-pecked Premier League stars, insisting they are not a patch on the kinds of characters with whom he spent the majority of his playing career.
HIBS boss John Collins revealed today that he will not be pursuing his interest in the two trialists who played in a bounce match against Sunderland yesterday.
REMEMBER the portents of doom expressed when Roy Keane arrived in Glasgow halfway through last season? Remember the chin-stroking analysis that decided that Keane would be a footballing disaster because of his supposed incapability of lowering his expectation levels to tally with the modest talents of his new teammates? Remember the predictions of uproar and unrest in the east end of the city, of dressing-room mayhem, of the supposed threat to the very spirit of the club and to Gordon Strachan's
FORMER Celtic manager Billy McNeill claims the signing of Roy Keane was a waste of money for the Parkhead club.
ROY KEANE is retiring from football on medical advice due to a long-standing hip injury.
ROY Keane maintains the abrupt decision to sever his ties with Manchester United was the right one. The Irishman returned to Old Trafford for the first time since he left United in November on Tuesday night, with almost 70,000 turning up for his testimonial clash with Celtic.
ROY Keane last night achieved the sense of closure he craved on his glorious Manchester United career then delivered the strongest indication yet that he will call time on his association with Celtic after just six months with the Parkhead club.
ROY Keane has been branded "selfish and egotistic" and someone "you didn't mess with" by former Manchester United team-mate Jesper Blomqvist. The Swedish winger was the player blamed by Keane for missing the 1999 Champions League final through suspension, as it was his pass that forced Keane to foul Zinedine Zidane.
ROY Keane, who moved to Celtic in January, made sure of a championship medal with his tenth SPL appearance in the 2-0 win over Kilmarnock on Wednesday night.
BRIAN Quinn, the Celtic chairman, is confident Roy Keane will continue playing for the club next season despite the player suggesting he may retire in the summer because of a persistent hip injury.
AS the final whistle blew and the delirious celebrations of the home players and supporters began at Broadwood yesterday, Roy Keane turned away and immediately headed for the sanctuary of the visiting dressing-room.
WHEN Roy Keane dies, or, if he is to be true to himself, when he has a bust-up with life and storms out of being, the obituary writers will frame his career as a drama punctuated by a series of exits. In part they will be right. Nothing better characterises the commitment which Keane offers an employer than the manner in which he says goodbye.
THE surroundings may not match those which graced his two previous debuts in British senior football, but Roy Keane is no doubt anticipating that Broadwood Stadium will be the stage tomorrow for a more successful start to his Celtic career than he enjoyed with either Nottingham Forest and Manchester United.
FORMER Celtic striker Charlie Nicholas believes Roy Keane may have been lined up as a future manager at Parkhead.
ROY KEANE is staying in Edinburgh while he looks for a home in Scotland to use as a base for his new contract with Celtic.
CELTIC completed the highest-profile signing of their 117-year history yesterday and insisted that Roy Keane's arrival at Parkhead has the unequivocal support of everyone at the club from the boardroom to the bootroom.
IT'S right to be suspicious of big turnouts outside the front porch at Celtic Park. John Barnes and Kenny Dalglish attracted a great throng on a day of sunshine and hope, and twice as many chased them out the door again.
WHILE their better halves checked out the pre-Christmas offers at Mohammed Al Fayed's famous emporium, Roy Keane and Gordon Strachan chewed the fat in a London hotel to set in motion one of the most dramatic signings in Scottish football history.