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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Roy Keane
Ireland coach Martin O'Neill says his assistant Roy Keane has held talks with Celtic over the Scottish champion's managerial vacancy.
Publisher Orion says Booker Prize-winning novelist Roddy Doyle will work with former Manchester United star Roy Keane on a memoir exploring the psychological struggles he's faced off the pitch.
In soccer, fury has become part of the job. This sport celebrates coaches with short tempers _ step forward Alex Ferguson. It idolizes angry players _ think Roy Keane _ and hails their on-field aggression and occasional brutality as demonstrations of "commitment" and "leadership." It tolerates the idea that fans have a right to be angry in defeat, although it sometimes draws the line when they rip out their seats and pelt players with coins.