Business of Sport

Ewan MacKenna: Roy Keane was a top-class player, but events have shown he may not have what it takes to be a top-class manager.

1st June, 2014
Ewan McKenna.

For so long, there was enough mystery and mysticism that you could barely see through its white haze. Each year, when Roy Keane showed up at his guide dogs gig, journalists would throw laptops into bags and head off like lost souls making their way as if heading to a yogi on the sub-continent or a monk half way up a Tibetan mountain. What would he say? How would he say it? Who would he...

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