Roy Keane: The most controversial moments in the former Manchester United captain's career
The former midfielder is set to be Martin O'Neill's assistant as Republic of Ireland manager
Tuesday 05 November 2013
With an uncanny magnetism for controversy, Roy Keane was a red-top journalist's dream during his seventeen-year career in British football.
As news broke of the Republic of Ireland's intention to anoint the untameable former Manchester United star alongside Martin O'Neill at the very top of their national game, it seemed fitting to take a stroll down memory lane.
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