Roy Keane Admits His Management Days Are Likely Over
Roy Keane doesn’t think he’ll manage again
The former Manchester United and Republic of Ireland captain says up until recently he felt he’d be offered a chance to get back into management but he’s coming to accept that those days could be behind him.
Keane held talks with Sunderland in February but the League One side ultimately opted to appoint Alex Neill as their head-coach.
The Cork man, who most recently served as assistant to Martin O’Neill with Ireland and Nottingham Forest, has told fellow Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher that he can’t see another club giving him an opportunity to get back into management.