Inquiry chief is ‘a grafter in the style of Roy Keane’

Ciarán Lynch will have to manage the banking inquiry’s 11-member team carefully to avoid rows, walk-outs and possible legal challenges

4th December, 2014

In an interview with The Sunday Business Post, Lynch said he fully agreed with Keane’s motto of “fail to prepare, prepare to fail”.

“I’m a great believer that hard work brings its reward. One of the things I admired about Roy Keane, he was not somebody who was seen as a naturally gifted footballer, but somebody who through graft and application succeeded,” he said.

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