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  1. Roy Keane storms to Tom Cleverley's house to confront him over alleged bust up - reportsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Independent.ie

    Roy Keane stormed around to Tom Cleverley's house to confront him about the alleged rumours the Irishman had a training ground bust-up while at Aston Villa. According to reports today, Keane blamed Cleverley for starting stories about an altercation with another player the day before he left Aston Villa.

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  2. Paul McGrath and 6 Best Players to Play for Aston Villa and Manchester UnitedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BleacherReport

    As Manchester United prepare to travel to Birmingham to face Aston Villa, we look back at Paul McGrath and some of the other magnificent players to have graced both clubs. This collective would form a very effective six-a-side team, given the balance of forwards, ball-playing defenders and a particularly decent goalkeeper.

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  3. Aston Villa: Roy Keane alleged to have rung Tom Cleverley's doorbell...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IcTamworth

    Aston Villa's former assistant manager Roy Keane has tried to confront midfielder Tom Cleverley over claims he had a bust-up with the Villa players. The Sun reports that Keane turned up at Cleverley's home in Cheshire and furiously rang the doorbell for 15 minutes waiting for an answer.

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  4. Conor McGregor the most searched Irish sporting personality on Google in 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Independent.ie

    In the Top 10 list of sports personalities searched for on Google in Ireland over the last 12 months, the UFC fighter ranks as the highest searched Irish athlete. Unsurprisingly, Michael Schumacher is the most searched after his terrible skiing accident in the final days of 2013 and the stories regarding his condition gleaned massive interest.

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  5. 'It all went downhill the moment Keane arrived' - Villa exit explainedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 13 | Business News

    Roy Keane 's bad relationship with several members of the Aston Villa backroom staff and playing squad was behind his exit as the club's assistant manager, according to a report in the Daily Mail . The former Manchester United captain is said to have had a training ground bust-up with Aston Villa striker Gabriel Agbonlahor, in particular, which sped up his Villa exit.

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  6. Joe Brolly tells Stephen Hunt that his "head is up his arse"Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 7 | Independent.ie

    Writing in his column in the Gaelic Life, former All-Ireland winner Joe Brolly has had another swipe at Stephen Hunt over his article in last week's Sunday Independent. Hunt attracted widespread debate in his Sunday Independent column last weekend when he suggested that GAA players wouldn't know what hit them if they tried to live with the same level of commitment as professional soccer players.

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  7. Villa return too soonRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 7 | Ananova

    Former Aston Villa midfielder Stiliyan Petrov has ruled out an immediate return to the club in a managerial capacity as he continues to recover from Leukaemia. With assistant manager Roy Keane leaving the club due to a conflict of interests between his roles at Villa Park and with the Republic of Ireland, sections of the Villa support have called for Petrov's return to the club as Paul Lambert's No 2. But when asked if he could consider a return to the club the Bulgarian explained his recovery from the illness which forced his retirement from the game in 2013 would take precedence over a move back into football at any level.

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  8. Goals on Sunday: Stiliyan Petrov to focus on Leukemia recovery over return to Aston VillaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 7 | Football365

    Former Aston Villa midfielder Stiliyan Petrov has ruled out an immediate return to the club in a managerial capacity as he continues to recover from Leukaemia. With assistant manager Roy Keane leaving the club due to a conflict of interests between his roles at Villa Park and with the Republic of Ireland, sections of the Villa support have called for Petrov's return to the club as Paul Lambert's number two.

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  9. Sam Hammam flew in from Lebanon to attend the film's premiere in London on Thursday nightRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 6 | Theboltonnews.co.uk

    Former Wimbledon owner Sam Hammam admitted he was "appalled" after watching a documentary which depicted the club's Crazy Gang as thugs. The programme tells the story of Wimbledon's rise from non-league football to winning the FA Cup final in 1988 when the team beat overwhelming favourites Liverpool 1-0 thanks to a goal from Lawrie Sanchez.

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  10. 'He has a strong sense of what's fair and what's right' - Grainne Seoige gushes about fiance LeonRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 6 | Independent.ie

    Grainne Seoige and Leon Jordann at Keith Duffy's Masquerade Ball at The Ritz Carlton Hotel in Enniskerry, December 1. PIX BRIAN MCEVOY Blushing bride-to-be Grainne Seoige has said her highlight of 2014 was celebrating her engagement to fiance Leon Jordaan. The Gaelgoir also cited the success of her younger sister Sile's charity single Maybe This Christmas as another high point.

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  11. Wimbledon's Crazy Gang furious at BT Sport documentary which they...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 5 | Daily Mail

    In it, Vinnie Jones describes a horrific attack by John Fashanu on a team-mate at the club's training ground, while Fashanu himself is on camera appearing to glory in intimidation and violence around the club, saying at one stage: 'We ruled by fear. Wonderful.'

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  12. Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert refutes Roy Keane bust-up rumoursRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 4 | A Different League

    Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert gave a somewhat angry response due to the rumours surrounding Roy Keane's exit from the club, vehemently suggesting there was no bust-up, reports ITV Football . With Roy Keane leaving the club as assistant manager on the eve of Aston Villa's clash against Burnley, rumours rose about an alleged fallout with players in the squad that led to his departure, but Lambert has continued to dispute the claims.

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  13. Roy Keane: My only playing regret is stamping on Gareth Southgate.. but it was his faultRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 3 | Independent.ie

    Roy Keane has admitted the only time he feels he crossed the line regarding acceptable behaviour on a football pitch was when he stamped on Gareth Southgate. Keane has always maintained he does not regret anything in his career, including his falling out with former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson or walking out on the Ireland squad before the 2002 World Cup.

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  14. Tweedle Dee On Tweedle Dums ExitRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 3 | Vital Football

    Ok, nothing to see here folks, apparently staff at Villa can leave 'with immediate effect` without giving notice, just a day before a key game a few days before another. No bust up, no arguments, ooooooh no siree, just I`m leaving 'ok, thanks, bye`.

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  15. Sir Bobby Charlton, Kevin Keegan, Roy Keane - Golden Years hairstyles specialRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 3 | Daily Mail

    Football has thrown up some pretty special styles over the decades - from the comb-overs sported by Bobby Charlton and Ralph Coates, to the infamous Kevin Keegan perm and Jason Lee's 'pineapple'. We should have something for everyone here, and if you're inspired to share some memories of your own, please do use the comments section beneath this feature.

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  16. Man United legend Roy Keane issues foul-mouthed dismissal of Red Devils' fans in new interviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Mirror.co.uk

    "If United fans say I had a decent career, brilliant. If they want to say, 'What's gone on with the Fergie stuff?' then f*** them" snaps ex-Old Trafford captain Roy Keane couldn't give a damn if Manchester United fans think he is to blame for the vicious feud with Alex Ferguson.

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  17. Warnock has no sympathy for VillaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 1 | Independent.ie

    Neil Warnock insists he does not have time to feel sorry for Aston Villa and the position they find themselves in following the exit of Roy Keane. Paul Lambert's side visit Selhurst Park on Tuesday night without a win in nine Barclays Premier League games - a run which leaves them just two points clear of the relegation zone.

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  18. Crystal Palace V Aston Villa at Selhurst Park : Match PreviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 1 | Football.co.uk

    Crystal Palace V Aston Villa - view commentary, squad, and statistics of the game live. Warnock has no sympathy for Villa Neil Warnock insists he does not have time to feel sorry for Aston Villa and the position they find themselves in following the exit of Roy Keane.

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  19. the Wonderer: Statistics reveal that without Balotelli's goals, Liverpool would still be rubbishRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 1 | Theboltonnews.co.uk

    DECEMBER can be a busy time for those with a bushy white beard and a job that sees you travel the world at a moment's notice. Yes, Roy Keane now has a lot more time on his hands now that he hasn't got an assistant manager's role at Aston Villa to worry about.

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  20. Roy Keane walkout 'farce' leaves Villa high and dryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 1 | The First Post

    There was a sense of deja vu about Roy Keane's sudden departure from Aston Villa on Friday, with little surprise that the Irishman's arrangement with Paul Lambert at Villa Park had come to an abrupt end. The club insists that the split was amicable and down to Keane's wish to devote more time to his other role as assistant manager of the Republic of Ireland.

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