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Roy Keane might not have warmed to the joke on the day he was fired by Ipswich Town.

Jewell poised to take over at Ipswich after Keane pays the price

Paul Jewell is favourite to take over as Ipswich Town manager after Roy Keane was sacked by the Suffolk club, ending the Irishman's second unsuccessful spell in management.

Ipswich confirm Roy Keane sacking

Ipswich have sacked manager Roy Keane after just 20 months in charge of the npower Championship strugglers.

Keane's troubled reign at Ipswich ends in sack

Roy Keane's difficult 20 months at Ipswich Town were ended last night when the club's owner, Marcus Evans, finally sacked the former Manchester United captain.

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Ipswich denies Keane in training fight

Reports of a fight between Ipswich manager Roy Keane and defender Damien Delaney have been denied by the Championship club.

Paul Newman: Time is running out for Keane to stop Ipswich's decline

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A stirring second-half recovery at Turf Moor saw Leeds United fight back from 2-0 down to beat Burnley 3-2 and move to fourth in the Championship, two points off an automatic promotion place.

League round-up: Beattie at the double as Swans close on top two

Craig Beattie scored twice as Swansea City beat Ipswich Town 3-1 at Portman Road, to move to within a point of the automatic promotion places.

Keane respite as Leadbitter fires Ipswich into final four

Ipswich Town 1 West Bromwich Albion 0

Injury woes reduce Keane's hopes of West Brom cup upset

West Bromwich Albion will face a depleted Ipswich Town side at Portman Road tonight as they attempt to reach their first League Cup semi-final since 1982. Ipswich are without four cup-tied players and at least another four injured, obliging under-pressure manager Roy Keane to field another youthful XI. Keane, whose side lost 4-1 to Norwich in the East Anglian derby on Sunday, admitted: "I don't really have any choice."

United to fight it out with Liverpool in FA Cup

Manchester United will take on Liverpool in January's FA Cup third round. The bitter rivals will meet in the only all-Premier League tie in the last-64 draw, which was made at Wembley yesterday.

Keane living on borrowed time after Holt's hat-trick has Norwich celebrating

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