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Keane

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ISBN: 9781781177310
AuthorO'Callaghan, Eoin
Pub Date21/08/2020
BindingPaperback
Pages288
CountryIRL
Dewey796.334092
Quick overview Keane: Origins charts Keane's journey from an economically-ravaged Cork to a spectacular three-season spell under Brian Clough at Nottingham Forest via a memorable stint on a government-funded training scheme and brief spell in the League of Ireland.
€17.99

Pick your favourite Roy Keane moment. The header against
Juventus? The tunnel clash with Patrick
Vieira? The bone-crunching challenge on Marc Overmars at Lansdowne Road? All worthy choices that complement his
aggressive, combative warrior persona. But
that was Version 2.0.


Keane: Origins delves into the inexplicable story
of what came before. Focusing on the
period between 1988 and 1993, it charts Keane's journey from an economically-ravaged
Cork to a spectacular three-season spell under Brian Clough at Nottingham
Forest via a memorable stint on a government-funded training scheme and brief
spell in the League of Ireland.


With contributions from former team-mates, coaches and those
who knew him best, Keane: Origins examines a largely over-looked,
under-appreciated and unheralded time in the legendary midfielder's career that
set him on the path to immortality.

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Pick your favourite Roy Keane moment. The header against
Juventus? The tunnel clash with Patrick
Vieira? The bone-crunching challenge on Marc Overmars at Lansdowne Road? All worthy choices that complement his
aggressive, combative warrior persona. But
that was Version 2.0.


Keane: Origins delves into the inexplicable story
of what came before. Focusing on the
period between 1988 and 1993, it charts Keane's journey from an economically-ravaged
Cork to a spectacular three-season spell under Brian Clough at Nottingham
Forest via a memorable stint on a government-funded training scheme and brief
spell in the League of Ireland.


With contributions from former team-mates, coaches and those
who knew him best, Keane: Origins examines a largely over-looked,
under-appreciated and unheralded time in the legendary midfielder's career that
set him on the path to immortality.

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