He was born in South Dublin on July 8, 1980. Roy Keane is joined by Liam Brady in central midfield with Damien Duff on the left wing and Ray Houghton on the right-hand side. Roy Keane has backed namesake Robbie to make an impact for the Republic of Ireland in their key Euro 2016 qualifier against Scotland — despite the shocking death of his cousin in the build-up. But, of all the greats he worked withering that period, Roy Keane is the one he misses playing with the most. Damien Duff: 'Not me or Robbie, but people were afraid of Roy Keane in 2002' - Independent.ie Damien Duff is extremely passionate - that we can say for certain. Roy Keane and Robbie Keane went head-to-head in a crossbar challenge as Republic of Ireland took a break from their Euro 2016 preparations. No, Robbie Keane and Roy Keane are not brothers, despite the fact that they share a last name and are both footballers from the Republic of Ireland. Keane’s impressive form persuaded Leeds to make the move permanent. 1 month ago.

For an initial fee for £12million, Keane joined the Elland Road outfit permanently and thus came the end of his Inter career. Robbie Keane has delivered a cutting put-down to Republic of Ireland assistant Roy Keane after he said the captain could only miss the Euro qualifier against Germany if he was breastfeeding. According to the Daily Mail, it is often incorrectly assumed that they are related.
But, of all the greats he worked withering that period, Roy Keane is the one he misses playing with the most. W hen Robbie Keane first began turning heads with the Republic of Ireland, scoring two goals against Malta in a 5-0 European Championship qualifying match, he also spun the wheels in motion for an unstoppable journey towards becoming the greatest goalscorer his country has ever produced. As a wolves fan his comments make me laugh about "his club" but when he says it about wolves he always prefaces it with saying … Robbie Keane has responded to Roy Keane's breastfeeding comments following his press conference on Wednesday. Robbie Keane's parents are Robert and Anne Keane.

Roy Keane has revealed he didn't sign Robbie Savage when he was Sunderland manager because the midfielder's voicemail message was 'Hi, it's Robbie - whazzup!'. Without Keane, Inter ended 2000/2001 in fifth place in the league as Marco Tardelli endured a rather up and down spell in hot seat.