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Keano Up And Running

Keano will be back at Old Trafford next season, full of optimism.

Roy Keane performed a minor miracle at Sunderland. After a dreadful start Niall Quinn had fired himself and hired the greatest Irish footballer of all time who turned the club's fortunes around.

Crystal Palace beat Derby County on Sunday and that confirmed Sunderland's promotion. Quite a remarkable achievement for a rookie manager but will he avoid the fate of McCarthy, a man with whom his relationship is erm, not the best?

Well, he certainly believes he can.

"I look forward to going to all the grounds next season, not just Old Trafford.

"The North East derby will be special and we want to beat Newcastle. But we also want to beat Middlesbrough, Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham, Everton, Bolton. We want to beat all of them.

"And I want us to bring good football to the Premiership.

"We`re not going up with the attitude of just surviving, we`ll bring something to it. Our fans certainly will. It has been a yo-yo club — there`s no getting away from that — and we want to change the mind-set

"If I can bring in the right players we can add to the Premiership, not just try to hang in there. It will be hard but you have seen Bolton do remarkably well this season.

"The hard work starts now. I am not going up with the mind-set of thinking we`ve had a great season if we finish fourth from bottom.

"I`ve heard managers say that many times but you won`t be hearing that from me."

I'm also looking forward seeing his team at any ground but the biggest moment will be Keano entering Old Trafford again. Just imagine how he'll be greeted... Good luck, Roy!



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Writer:Zae
Date:Wednesday May 2 2007
Time: 12:03AM

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Comments

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it will be a great even t seeing what keano can do in teh prem ... He does play good football when ever he can , he has installed some serious belief into his players and thats a good thing Im sure
dazednconfuzed
02/05/2007 07:50:00
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I hope he will not give points to manchester winkers , as everton boton and blackburn did , this year .
L_F_POOL
02/05/2007 10:50:00
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do get upset that we have quality to beat teams like that. well done to keano
rooneyisgod
02/05/2007 11:28:00
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Good luck Keano,hope you come second!!!
SweetLeftFoot
02/05/2007 17:05:00
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Good Luck Roy
Silent
03/05/2007 10:40:00
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L_F_POOL,WE TOOK SIX OFF YOU TOO.
SweetLeftFoot
09/05/2007 19:28:00
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