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Jermaine Jenas On Why Robbie Keane Was His Favourite Striker To Play Alongside

Jermaine Jenas played with some of the game’s most elite strikers during his career which spanned clubs like Newcastle, Tottenham and Nottingham Forest as well as 21 caps for England. Jenas, whose career was cut short due to injury in 2014, shared the field with a selection of the game’s finest frontmen; Alan Shearer, Dimitar Berbatov, Patrick Kluivert, Jermaine Defoe, …

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Jamie O’Hara Recalls Time Robbie Keane “Sparked” Edgar Davids

Former Tottenham midfielder Jamie O’Hara has detailed the time in which his ex-teammates Edgar Davids and Robbie Keane got into a training ground scuffle. The trio played for Spurs in the mid-2000s under Martin Jol, who had previously revealed that Keane and Davids were involved in a tussle but did not give too many details surrounding the incident. O’Hara was …

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Can You Name The Eight Most Expensive Irish Transfers Of All Time?

The January transfer window has reached its half-way point with a host of Irish players already finding either temporary or permanent moves. Darren Randolph made his return to West Ham following a spell at Middlesbrough U21 internationals Conor Coventry and Zak Elbouzedi both secured moves to League One Lincoln City. No deal involving an Irish player has broken the bank, …

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Keane “Guarantees” Luca Connell Won’t Become Another Declan Rice

Ireland assistant manager Robbie Keane has insisted that talented midfielder Luca Connell will not become another Declan Rice despite reported interest from England in persuading him to play for the Three Lions. Connell has represented Ireland since U17 level and was recently called into the senior squad by Mick McCarthy for the qualifiers against Denmark and Gibraltar but was forced …

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“Why Should We Go And Chase People? We Are F***ing Ireland”

Ireland assistant manager Robbie Keane has hit out at the recruitment of English born-players for the senior squad outlining that they shouldn’t be chasing anyone to come and play. Mick McCarthy had recently been pursuing Leeds United striker Patrick Bamford, who qualifies to play for the Boys in Green, but despite promising initial discussions, the Irish boss outlined that the …

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Mick McCarthy Congratulates Robbie Keane On Middlesbrough Job

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Republic of Ireland boss Mick McCarthy has congratulated Robbie Keane for his recent appointment as assistant-manager of Middlesbrough.  It was confirmed today that Keane will become a part of Jonathan Woodgate’s backroom staff at the north-east club with Woodgate signing a three-year contract as head coach. Keane will continue his assistant manager role with the Republic of Ireland as the …

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Robbie Keane On What Troy Parrott Needs To Do To Become A Top Player

Ireland assistant manager and former Tottenham Hotspur striker Robbie Keane has called for caution over the hyperbole surrounding 17-year old Troy Parrott who many feel is the heir to the record goalscorer’s throne. Parrott is one of Ireland’s most promising prospects having impressed for Spurs’ underage sides, scoring 19 goals this season, including 14 in just nine games for the U18s. …

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Robbie Keane Offered Assistant Manager Job By Middlesbrough

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“If the FAI or Mick McCarthy had an issue with me considering this job, I’d just have said ‘thanks but no’ to Middlesbrough.” Robbie Keane has revealed that he has been offered the opportunity to become Middlesbrough’s assistant manager. Jonathan Woodgate has been named as the new manager of the Championship side, and he wants his former teammate to join …

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Gordon Strachan On Bizarre Dream Which Led To Robbie Keane Signing

Former Scotland and Coventry manager Gordon Strachan’s dreams came through in 1999 when he signed striker Robbie Keane for the Sky Blues as a teenager. Keane had burst on the scene in English football with Wolves as an 18-year-old and had been attracting attention from the likes of Manchester United thanks to his impressive displays. It was, however, Coventry City …

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Robbie Keane: “I Can’t Wait To See What’s Next”

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The Republic of Ireland’s top goalscorer, Robbie Keane, has revealed his ambition to be a manager at the highest level as he prepares to take on a role in Mick McCarthy’s backroom team.  Robbie Keane made an appearance on Eamon Dunphy’s ‘Paddy Power’s Head2 Head’, which will air tonight, during which he discussed his distinguished career and his plans for the …

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Mendieta Opens Up On What Made Robbie Keane A Great Goalscorer

On Wednesday Ireland’s record goalscorer Robbie Keane announced his retirement from professional football after a glittering 23-year career in the game. Keane, who scored 68 goals in 146 games for the Boys in Green, announced his retirement following the news that he would be joining Mick McCarthy’s backroom staff at the helm of the Irish national team. The Tallaght native starred …

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Watch: Baby-Faced Robbie Keane Dazzles On Wolves Debut

On Wednesday, the Republic of Ireland’s all-time leading goalscorer Robbie Keane announced his retirement from the professional game following a 23-year career. Keane became one of the Premier League’s most potent finishers starred for the likes of Tottenham, Leeds United and Liverpool on his way to grabbing over 100 goals in the English top flight. The 38-year old hangs up …

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Houghton On Keane Involvement: “Rest Assured, No. 1 Will Be Mick”

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Ireland football legend, Ray Houghton, believes Robbie Keane will be a huge asset to the Republic of Ireland coaching setup and will learn his trade under Mick McCarthy.  McCarthy was unveiled as the new manager by the FAI on Sunday and he has selected Terry Connor and Keane as his assistants. While both will add valuable contributions, Houghton insists that McCarthy …

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