The former Manchester United and Irish captain Roy Keane was talking recently to League of 72 where Keane admits he hasn’t given up on management. Wouldn’t it be great to see the Cork man back on the sidelines, granted he’d be missed from the studios, but the man still has a lot to give.
“I’ve spoken to a number of clubs over the last few years,”
“It’s been well documented, and Sunderland recently.
“But it has got to be a realistic offer on the table and say, listen. ‘we believe you are the man to take the club forward’.
“I feel like I would be a decent manager, but I have got to get the right opportunity. If I don’t, I’ve a great life and I am doing a lot of great stuff outside of football management.
“I’ve a great life, a brilliant life, but I still feel when I am doing matches at the weekends that I should be out in a dugout somewhere. But if it’s not to happen I’ll move on. I’ll survive.”
You can watch the full interview below with the 50 year old pundit.