O'Neill: Keane can join Celtic

Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill says he will not stand in the way of assistant Roy Keane should he wish to become the new boss at Celtic.

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steviebhoy1888 (Celtic) says...

boggo,what a load of tosh you spill,

Posted 10:26pm 28th May 2014

boggo (Everton) says...

Celtic are a perfect fit for Keane, as they really dont need a manager and success is guaranteed, all Keane has to do is tough look tough and Irish on the sidelines. Only draw back is possibly from Liverpool fans who also fans of the Bhoys.

Posted 3:47pm 26th May 2014

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