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United - Keane`s England Outburst!

Now, in previous articles, I`ve vigorously defended Roy Keane.

When his job at Ipswich appeared to be in jeopardy I hoped that he`d be given further time and it appears that he has been granted that.

But, after his latest outburst where he quite openly gave his views on the England squad in South Africa, calling out individual names and stating what sort of a season they`d had, my support for the man severely waivered.

After all this is the same Roy Keane who deserted his country in its hour of need and the same Roy Keane who struggled to steer Ipswich Town away fro the relegation pack last season.

Some of those England players might not have had the best of season`s but you`re hardly one to gloat are you Roy!

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Wednesday June 30 2010
Time: 5:00PM

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Well, I've never agreed with Roy Keane before and have never defended what he had to say, but I guess there's a first time for almost everything. His comments were a bit over the top, but mostly spot on. England were terrible, and the likes of Gerrard, Terry and Rooney were the worst offenders.
fifthcolumnblue
30/06/2010 17:35:00
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Roy has always been painfully honest and though he's not one to talk his still not wrong.
TheFamousNo7
30/06/2010 17:56:00
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Does the truth hurt?
Wswilly3
30/06/2010 22:39:00
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He's a complete egomaniac, but he's correct; though, I think Capello deserves more of the blame than Roy's willing to assign. It was a collective failure.
Teddy_KGB
01/07/2010 03:06:00
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He may be a whack job at times but he is definitely right on this one!
elvido
01/07/2010 12:39:00
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and I'll agree with that mate!
Al Billy
01/07/2010 19:15:00
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