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Agree with Keane or is he still a bitter old fool?
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pdl



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PostPosted: Sat Mar 18, 2017 5:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

From wikipedia re; his departure from the Japanese world cup..Among Keane's issues with Irish management were the conditions of the camp, travel arrangements (which made the players sit in second class seats on flights, while FAI officials sat in first class), strategy, expectations, diet, and McCarthy's competence."

so it's wrong for our manager, whose job it is to look after the players, to complain. However, as the captain of his national team he can piss off home and hang his fellow pros out to dry.

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The Dave



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PostPosted: Sun Mar 19, 2017 8:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

john smith wrote:
keano may be bitter or , he may honest, depends I suppose on how you view the man, but what he says in that clip is spot on .

and let's be honest he isn't the only one saying these things.

managers are like politicians, you never get a straight answer you just get rhetoric and propaganda, but there comes a time when someone needs to advise them and say "just lay off the bull shit", everyone can see through it , especially the fans.


Yeah Keane can come up with some old rubbish these days but I can't disagree with him here. Isn't he just a season ticket holder these days? Ergo a fan just like us? And plenty of us have been saying the same thing.

After Ibrahimovic's elbow Mourinho came out with summat about "not crying to the media cos I come from old school football." Then days later he was crying to the media over the pitch in Russia - an "old school" surface no worse than the likes of Old Trafford and Stamford Bridge were a decade or so ago. Then he starts whinging about fixtures... I find Mourinho so much more palatable when his mouth's shut.
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