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Roy Keane To Sunderland

Roy Keane To Sunderland

Former Manchester United midfielder star Roy Keane has agreed terms with Sunderland with regards to taking over as 1st Team manager.

With the Mackems seeing fit to continue as they left off (currently bottom of the Championship), Roy's lack of experience will certainly make interesting watching for the neutrals.

The official Sunderland site said: 'Keane and the club have agreed terms for him to be appointed as manager, and it is envisaged that he will sign a formal contract immediately after Sunderland's game against West Brom tomorrow.'

It is believed that former United Assistant Manager Brian Kidd will join Keane, who replaces Niall Quinn as manager. Quinn, who recently led a consortium that bought the club, sacked himself...that must have been a fun meeting!


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Date:Sunday August 27 2006
Time: 8:08PM

Comments

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keanooooooooooooooooooooo will do a good job for them but he should of got a coaching job at man utd first
carrickisours
27/08/2006 21:05:00
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keano will surely do a good job like wat carrickisours sais he should ve been at man utd...anyways no problem keano do a good job...
rosh16
30/08/2006 07:44:00
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even my friend jeevith loves keano a lot....
rosh16
30/08/2006 08:07:00
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should of been offered a coaching role at Utd as should Hughes, Robson and Bruce should of been. He's a born leader and as such has a great opportunity to lift Sunderland out lof their misery.
Kanchelskis
30/08/2006 18:07:00
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He'll fall on his @rse. He'll just shout his mouth off as usual and get everyone's backs up! You need tact and diplomacy to be a good manager, Keane is hugely lacking on both counts.
ValsPal
30/08/2006 22:22:00
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He certainly made Transfer Deadline Day entertaining. Welcome to management Keano!
sandgroanun
02/09/2006 11:44:00
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at least keano can get management experience before he comes to manage man utd
carrickisours
02/09/2006 14:36:00
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