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Down in leafy Suffolk, a United legend could be about to see time called on his reign as Ipswich manager.

Roy Keane who served Manchester United gloriously fro many a year, hasn`t had the best of seasons at Ipswich Town and the Portman Road board are rumoured, according to the tabloid press, to be considering replacing Roy with Tony Mowbray.

Keane was brought in on the surmise that he could replicate the promotion feat he achieved with Sunderland, unfortunately the Suffolk side struggled to hit the dizzy heights predicted and, at times, were looking nervously over their shoulder at the relegation battle.

If Keane is ousted we have this unnerving feeling that he might decide to walk away from management which would be a great shame considering how passionate he was as a player.

All we can hope is that the rumours are proven to be unfounded.

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday June 7 2010

Time: 5:00PM

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Roy Keane the player is an absolute legend. But since he became a manager he has become a bit of a rent-a-quote. If he stopped managing I personally, would not miss his input. He just seems to be getting more mental as he gets older.
tuscan3000
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07/06/2010 18:07:00

could he get more mental, bloke disgusts me ever since that Alfe Inge Haaland challenge!
merlin
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07/06/2010 19:45:00

Did not like his attitude to other players, very self centred and horrible individual. Great hard player got in there when the team needed him, would not miss him if just disappeared
Only-Sleggin
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07/06/2010 19:50:00

wouldn't like to meet him in a dark alley!
Al Billy
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07/06/2010 19:54:00

Seems to have completely lost it, the attitude was okay when you are "motivating" players around you for an hour but not managing teams!
elvido
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08/06/2010 04:05:00

He expects far too much from players who are incapable of meeting his demands. As a player he will always be remember but as a manager well I'll let you guys figure that one out.
TheFamousNo7
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08/06/2010 17:46:00

 

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