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Roy Maurice Keane Net Worth

Roy Maurice Keane Net Worth is
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Roy Maurice Keane Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Roy Maurice Keane (born 10 August 1971) is an Irish football manager and former professional football player. He is the assistant manager of the Republic of Ireland national football team and Aston Villa. In his 18 year long playing career, he played for Cobh Ramblers, Nottingham Forest, and Manchester United, before ending his career at Celtic. Keane was a dominating defensive midfielder, noted for his aggressive and highly competitive style of play, an attitude that helped him excel as captain of Manchester United from 1997 until his departure in 2005. Joining the club in 1993, Keane helped United achieve a sustained period of success during his twelve year tenure at the club. He then signed for Celtic but retired as a player less than a year later. Keane is regarded by many football players, managers and critics as the greatest captain in English football history.He played at international level for much of his career, representing the Republic of Ireland over a period of 14 years, most of which he spent as captain. He played in every Republic of Ireland game at the 1994 FIFA World Cup, although he was sent home from the 2002 World Cup after an incident with national coach Mick McCarthy.He was appointed manager of Sunderland shortly after his retirement as a player and took the club from 23rd position in the Football League Championship, in late August, to win the division title and gain promotion to the Premier League. Keane's arrival was cited as the key catalyst in Sunderland's recovery. He managed to keep Sunderland from relegation in the 2007–08 season but in his second season as a top-flight manager he left his position with Sunderland in the relegation zone. In April 2009, he was appointed as manager of Ipswich Town but was sacked after 20 months in January 2011 due to the club's position of 19th in the Championship.In November 2013, he was appointed assistant manager of the Republic of Ireland national football team by manager Martin O'Neill. Keane also served as a studio analyst alongside Ian Wright, Lee Dixon and Gordon Strachan, fellow contemporary footballers of his time, for ITV's football coverage up until 2014.
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Full NameRoy Keane
Net Worth$44 million
Date Of BirthAugust 10, 1971
Place Of BirthMayfield, Cork, Ireland
Height5' 10" (1.78 m)
Weight81 kg
ProfessionManager, Football player, Sports analyst
NationalityIrish
SpouseTheresa Doyle
ChildrenCaragh Keane, Alanna Keane, Leah Keane, Aidan Keane, Shannon Keane
ParentsMaurice Keane, Marie Keane
SiblingsJohnson Keane, Hillary Keane, Patrick Keane, Denis Keane
AwardsPFA Players' Player of the Year, Premier League Player of the Month, PFA Team of the Year, FWA Footballer of the Year, Cork Person of the Year
Star SignLeo
#Quote
1As a player you could physically go up against people. As a manager it is not really allowed. I've made a conscious effort. When the players cross that line you can't tackle, you can't pass, you can't score. The major part of it was to try and keep a calm head. If you do lose it, do it in the dressing room, otherwise you'll go to an early grave.
2You see different people in different lights [as a manager]. As a player I didn't care where I was going, I just wanted to beat them and showed little or no respect for any player. I'm definitely more respectful to other managers. Rafael Benítez couldn't be more helpful. Arsène Wenger has been brilliant.
3The discovery that there was a serious drinking sub-culture at United was delightfully reassuring.
4[asked if he ever wakes up at four in the morning and wonders who should be playing left-back] Four? I would love to sleep that long. If you want a really long career you have to find a way of switching off. I do it when I'm out walking my dog, Alex Ferguson got into horses, others get into wine. Some players like going shopping, which is not my scene. A lot of them turn to golf. I tried it, didn't like it. I have to walk. If I couldn't I'd be in a padded cell by now.
5Ian Holloway was managing Plymouth. I didn't get a real chance to celebrate the victory because Ian pulled me into a meeting to tell me all about the problems he was having getting training facilities. I was thinking, 'I don't give a shit about your training facilities. I just won a game of football.'
6Fabien Barthez and Laurent Blanc used to smoke together in the toilets, at half-time. They were French - they smoked. If it had been a couple of Irish lads, I'd have been shouting at them: 'Yeh dirty bastards - get out!'
7[about his 'revenge' foul on 'Alf-Inge Håland'] My attitude was, fuck him. What goes around comes around. He got his just rewards. He fucked me over and my attitude is an eye for an eye.
8I was asked last week by ITV to do the Celtic game. A couple of weeks before that I was asked to do the United game against Celtic at Old Trafford. I think I've done it once for Sky. Never again. I'd rather go to the dentist. You're sitting there with people like Richard Keys and they're trying to sell something that's not there. Any time I watch a game on television I have to turn the commentators off.
9[about his 'revenge' foul on 'Alf-Inge Håland'] I'd waited long enough. I fucking hit him hard. The ball was there... I think. Take that you c**t. And don't ever stand over me sneering about fake injuries.
10[to referee Graham Poll during the Highbury tunnel incident] Tell him [Patrick Vieira] to shut his fucking mouth!
11[on Triggs, his Labrador Retriever] Unlike humans, dogs don't talk shit.
12[on longtime rival Patrick Vieira] I don't think we'll ever be bosom buddies buying each other a drink in the pub but out of everybody I ever faced as a player, he drove me to become better. Obviously Arsenal were the team that really challenged Manchester United and, for a short time, went past us. And as their leader Patrick was immense. Without doubt I'd put him alongside (Zinedine) Zidane, (Paul) Scholes, (Steven) Gerrard and (Frank) Lampard as one of the very best I've ever played with or against, he was that good. On his day, when he was driving Arsenal on with the sheer force of his personality, he was unplayable.
13Happiness is not being afraid.
14If it had come to a fight, Patrick [Vieira] could probably have killed me.
15Hopefully kids will look at me and see that your dreams can come true.
16[on the Highbury tunnel bust-up between him and Patrick Vieira] I'd read something in the match programme about the charity work Patrick supported in Senegal, where he'd been born. I said "If you love Senegal so much, why don't you fuckin' play for them?" I think he said something smart to me about Ireland and the World Cup. It was grown men, bitching.
17I don't think some of the people who come to Old Trafford can spell football, never mind understand it.
18These so-called big stars are people we are supposed to be looking up to. Well they are weak and soft. Priorities have changed in football and they are being dictated to by their wives.
19Yorkie [Dwight Yorke] has officially retired about 5 times... The man's a clown... People are going on about the game and agents and directors of football and managers losing their jobs, but we should be worried about people like him... Clowns. That's the last time I'm going to say clown... If he's the vice-president of FIFA, God help us all.
20The last time I was charged by the FA they had a murder lawyer in against me, so it's going to be a hard case to win.
21Over analyse, paralyse, you mustn't over analyse.
22I got Robbie's [Robbie Savage] mobile number and rang him. It went to his voicemail: 'Hi, it's Robbie - whazzup!' Like the Budweiser ad. I never called him back. I thought: 'I can't be fucking signing that'.
23I don't believe skill was, or ever will be, the result of coaches. It is a result of a love affair between the child and the ball.
24There has been lots of things said about me over the years. I am happy to comment on people's opinion in football I respect, but Tony Cascarino is a man I certainly do not respect, for a lot of reasons, and if I told you, you would be shocked. So the day I worry about Tony Cascarino will be a very sad day of my life.
25Aggression is what I do. I go to war. You don't contest football matches in a reasonable state of mind.
26I think players tend to get anxious if they've not really done things properly - like eating, resting or training. If you're fully prepared you've got nothing to worry about - it's just a game of football.
27Fail to prepare, prepare to fail.
#Fact
1Lived in Avonmore park, Mayfield, Cork.
2After leaving Manchester United Roy fulfilled his child-hood dream by signing for Scottish team Celtic on December 15th 2005.
3After 12 years at Manchester United he decided to call time on his career there on 18th November 2005, leaving by mutual consent.
4In February 2005, the comedy musical "I, Keano" opened in the Olympia Theatre Dublin.
5His hero was Glen Hoddle.
6He was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Law from Cork University.
7He used to be an amateur boxer in his early days.
8He reportedly earns a whopping £92,000 a week.
9Has played in a record five FA Cup finals in the 1990's One for Forest and four for United.
10Has captained United to 9 major honors making him Manchester United's most successful skipper.
11Has a pet Labrador called Triggs.
12As a youngster Roy wrote to English clubs for a trial, but didn't write to United. He didn't think he was good enough.
13Came out of international retirement in 2004.
14Made his debut for the Republic of Ireland on 22nd May 1991 against Chile.
15Formely played for Cobh Ramblers and Nottingham Forest.
16Retired from international football citing medical reasons.
17Missed the final of the Champions League in 1999 due to yellow cards. Man Utd won the final 2-1 against FC Bayern.
18Was the captain of Manchester United.
19Was sent home before even playing a match in the 2002 World Cup in South Korea & Japan.
20Played in the 1994 FIFA World Cup in the USA.
21Republic of Ireland international footballer.

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
ITV Sport: Euro 20162016TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Republic of Ireland Assistant Manager / Himself - Analyst / Himself - Assistant Manager, Republic of Ireland
Match of the Day: Euro 20162016TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Assistant Manager, Republic of Ireland
Keane & Vieira: Best of Enemies2013DocumentaryHimself
Live from Studio Five2010TV SeriesHimself
Football Top 10 & Boxing Top 102006VideoHimself
Dream Team2003-2004TV SeriesHimself
Manchester United: Play Like Champions2003Video documentaryHimself
The Dunphy Show2003TV SeriesHimself
Roy Keane: As I See It2002VideoHimself
Manchester United: Premiership Champions 2000-20012001Video documentaryHimself
Champions Again2000Video documentaryHimself
Manchester United: Beyond the Promised Land2000Video documentaryHimself
The Treble1999Video documentaryHimself
Manchester United: Official Review 1997/98 Season1998Video documentary
Football World Cup1954TV SeriesHimself - Expert

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
ITV Sport: Euro 20162016TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Assistant Manager, Republic of Ireland
Match of the Day: Euro 20162016TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Assistant Manager, Republic of Ireland
Inside the Mind of Roy Keane2003TV Movie documentaryHimself
Manchester United: The Official History 1878-20022002Video documentaryHimself (Centre-midfield 1993-)
The Story of Football2002Video documentaryHimself (uncredited)
United in the 90's1999Video documentaryHimself
300 Premiership Goals1998Video documentaryHimself
Top of the Pops1996TV SeriesHimself - Manchester United F.C.
Champions 2: Manchester United Official Review of the 93/94 Season1994Video documentaryHimself

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