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Old 08-14-2002, 09:39 PM   #1
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Should Roy Keane be punished?

Roy Keane admited in his forthcoming book that he intended to injure Alf-Inge Haaland in the Manchester derby at Old Trafford in April 2001.

I think is a dissgrace to the sport and his team, a man that tried to injure a coleague, I dunno if he will receive some kind of suspecsion from the Premier League or by Manchester United, but I'm sure he will be sued by Haaland.

I wonder if then is true that Alex Ferguson allow this kind of behavior as was stated by Jap Stam in his book.
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I always wondered exactly what Ferguson his problem with Stam is
Man Utd. (at least last year) sorely missed a player like Stam

I don't think Keane should be punished for saying what most of today's football players are thinking
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Wasn't Haaland the guy who busted Keane's knee in 1997?
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Old 08-19-2002, 03:32 AM   #4
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I always wondered exactly what Ferguson his problem with Stam is
Man Utd. (at least last year) sorely missed a player like Stam

I don't think Keane should be punished for saying what most of today's football players are thinking
100% with you on this.Lets see what Ferdinand can do.If Nistelrooy is anything to go buy, this should be a good buy for fergusson.I think Diego Forlan is a bit of a let down though.
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Re: Should Roy Keane be punished?

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Roy Keane admited in his forthcoming book that he intended to injure Alf-Inge Haaland in the Manchester derby at Old Trafford in April 2001.

I think is a dissgrace to the sport and his team, a man that tried to injure a coleague, I dunno if he will receive some kind of suspecsion from the Premier League or by Manchester United, but I'm sure he will be sued by Haaland.

completely agree.

couldnt have said it better myself

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He deserves to be punished he isnt much of a credit to any football team
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I say we get a gang of circus midgets to clip his nuts off with safety scissors.


Seriosuly, though, after his acts right before the World Cup a few months ago, and now this, I think the guy is just hungry for attention. He is a world class player, but because he played for Ireland, no one cared. I think it's just his way of staying in the spotlight.
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but because he played for Ireland, no one cared.
What
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goodbye ireland , nice knowing ya

well Russia will destroy Ireland , 6-0 in moscow , 2-0 in dublin hehehehehehe .

we have a new super coach with attack side , 20 new players youngsters soon to be stars + masters veterans , i feel sorrry for ya

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Re: goodbye ireland , nice knowing ya

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well Russia will destroy Ireland , 6-0 in moscow , 2-0 in dublin hehehehehehe .

we have a new super coach with attack side , 20 new players youngsters soon to be stars + masters veterans , i feel sorrry for ya

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heeheehee thats funny.....cuz yknow.....you ARE jokin right??

cuz if not.......your are SERIOUSLY deluded!
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Wasn't Haaland the guy who busted Keane's knee in 1997?
You saying its a grudge thing?

Soccer players are always going on with this kind of tomfoolery. If they dont spend half their games thrashing around on the ground trying to milk penalties, they are using dirty tactics - accidents, my arse.

I think ManU are one of those teams who are either loved or despised. Their status in the game can be easily used to manipulate this to sound worse than it really is. There would be so much BS at that level, I think we would only know half of what really goes on. I often wonder who of the top divisions are there because they still love the game.
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By the way, Roy Keane was sent off today in the 90 minute for hitting with the elbow the head of a Sunderland player, Keane the sportsman. Score? Man U 1-1 Sunderland
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He should be kicked out of his team. He make his team look like a bunch of idiots. And then we wonder that there is so much aggression between the footbalsupporters. yes, Keane is a fine example for good sportmanship.
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Not just any Sunderland player, McAteer!!!! HA! Funny shit, Jayo really rose Keane with a bad tackle and of course Mr."I am a complete fuckin NUTTER and NOBODY FUCKS WITH ME RIGHT?!?!" Keane reacted as usual, although he didn't wait a few years this time. He's such a toolbag, good to see McAteer laughing at him and pretending to write a book, and then mouthing "ah fuck off" to Keane, and then Quinn sarcastically(I hope) offering to shake Keane's hand as he walked off the pitch. Ferguson went nuts! And then Fergie of course can't believe why his little angel got sent off, what a spanner! As they say down on Cork, Alex and Roy, ye are a right pair of LANGERS!
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well , there is no clubs from ireland in eurocups ( they're all ) . i'm not . it's a reality , mon chere . russia is bigger , better in football , hehe .
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