Friday, December 05, 2008

What we all learned from the Roy Keane/Sunderland fiasco

Are you, like thousands of Sunderland supporters, looking for meaning in this mess that has come in the wake of Roy Keane walking away from his job at the club? Confused, and looking for some sort of lesson learned? Some greater overall meaning?

If so, you have come to the right place. If Roy Keane walking out on Ireland, I mean, Sunderland (sorry, got my 'Roy Keane walk outs' confused there) taught us all anything, it taught us (click for a larger view);




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2 comments:

Liam said...

spoken from a corkman, keano is an idiot. i can't stand the wanker. i've got family in mayfield and they always said that roy had a bad attitude growing up.

robbie keane, there's a keane that ireland can get behind. maybe not as much raw talent, but he's got the desire to prove himself.

Brian said...

Let's not even compare the 2 Keane's - Robbie sucks and has little passion on the pitch - at least when I've seen him live.

Sad to see Keano go, I do have a deep seated respect for him going back to his playing days but he certainly has a kink in his personality which isn't suited at all to management.

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