02 Jan 2018 14:59:54
Roy Keane pictured at the game yesterday. Suite, shirt and tie, job interview?

1.) 02 Jan 2018
02 Jan 2018 15:41:44
Does the quality of his suit and tie make him a good manager No
Is he the right man for the job IMO No as he hap poor management skills,

2.) 02 Jan 2018
02 Jan 2018 15:43:21
Wasn’t redknapp there as well?

3.) 02 Jan 2018
02 Jan 2018 15:45:13
That doesn’t sound right to me , who has given you the info that Roy Keane was at Elland road.

4.) 02 Jan 2018
02 Jan 2018 17:10:11
He was scouting his Irish squad players

5.) 02 Jan 2018
02 Jan 2018 17:21:16
Calm down guys,just posting what is already out there.It was on a sports web site with a photo to go with,true or not I can't say for sure.Just thought if it was true someone might know something?? Not saying he is the right man for the job but who knows he might have mellowed a bit and learned from Martin.Personally I think both together would be a good shout.

6.) 02 Jan 2018
02 Jan 2018 18:32:38
Just shows how dumb some people are then, Daz. Put 2 and 2 together and come up with 76.

7.) 02 Jan 2018
02 Jan 2018 19:06:44
‘Keano in crowd today…’

‘Please come home.’

‘Would love him back. ’

‘Hero. Legend.’

All quoted from Sunderland fans in October 2017! He won the Championship title for them.

I'd prefer him to Karanka.

8.) 02 Jan 2018
02 Jan 2018 20:26:55
Please not Keane. Remember what he did to Alf Inge Haaland?

9.) 02 Jan 2018
02 Jan 2018 20:48:30
Nice to see the chairman was in attendance and looking busy. Even better there was no sign of Fawaz.lol

10.) 02 Jan 2018
02 Jan 2018 20:50:03
I remember what he did for forest,great player for us.
Could do with steel and leadership now in our midfield instead of 5ft and 7stone weaklings

11.) 02 Jan 2018
02 Jan 2018 21:09:33
I heard Keane was at the home game agaisnt sunderland rather than the game agaisnt Leeds as well as redknapp

12.) 02 Jan 2018
02 Jan 2018 21:54:05
Malcky Mackay, Ian Holloway, Steve Bruce, Sean Dyche, Nigel Pearson, Harry Redknapp, Eddie Howe, Alex Neil, Jokanovic, Sean Dyche, Aitor Karanka, Steve Bruce, Chris Hughton, Rafa Benitez, David Wagner.

Notice how few of them are not British anyone? Only four of the last 15 promoted managers were not from UK/Ireland! Overseas managers have a bad record in the Championships.

Give me Keane, O'Neill or Monk based on that statistic please!

Just saying.

13.) 02 Jan 2018
02 Jan 2018 22:09:00
I remember seeing keanes first game, thrust in against the then nightly Liverpool. Marked the then mercurial John Barnes out of the game. A complete psychopath but defo in my top five favourite players. Jesus Pearce laws and Keane all the same team . .ouch! Young Nigel wasn’t scored of mixing it either .

14.) 02 Jan 2018
02 Jan 2018 22:54:28
They were the days 2star! I do have a soft spot for Cloughie as well but I reckon Keane or Monk would sort this bunch of soft touches out and sign a midfield enforcer without hesitation. Rocket up arses is sometimes necessary especially with this crop IMO.

I have a bad feeling that this regime are foreign coach lovers (hope I'm wrong but they were behind the Montanier appointment)

If I turn out to be wrong then great. I don't mind who gets us up but those who don't learn the lessons of history are doomed to repeat them!

15.) 03 Jan 2018
03 Jan 2018 02:34:55
I agree I would prefer a British manager really but not convinced by Keane really and worry the romance of that appointment might lead to over expections. Same with O’Neil really and though I rate him more as a manager he is used to having money to splash and I am not convinced we have that much yet.
Monk might not do bad but there are others out there, Hecklingbottom at Barnsley, Parkinson at Bolton, Clough at Burton, Smith at Brentford, Harris at Millwall or maybe Big Mick at Ipswich. not to mention some quality young managers in League 1 and 2 who I think are just as likely to do a job as Monk or others being mentioned. Whoever we get needs to come soon!