Keane dispels talk of retirement

Keane dispels chat of retirement
Republic of Ireland skipper Robbie Keane has warned pretenders to his throne that he has no intention of quitting worldwide football just nevertheless. Connected Stories Worthington springs surprise Ireland wait on St Ledger Trio set for competitive debuts Ireland below-21s experience late loss Tosic winner downs Northern Ireland

Train companies ‘left stranded passengers to fend for themselves’
TRAIN passengers left stranded for hrs because of to signalling issues on the East Coast main line have criticised rail operators’ lack of support.

Train companies ‘left stranded passengers to fend for themselves’
TRAIN passengers left stranded for hrs due to signalling problems on the East Coast major line have criticised rail operators’ lack of assist.

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West Ham reserves coach Lomas happy Keane amongst goals

West Ham reserves coach Lomas satisfied Keane among targets
Newcastle United Tottenham West Ham United West Ham United reserves coach Steve Lomas was satisfied viewing Robbie Keane score in their victory about Newcastle United . On-mortgage ahead Keane is ineligible for Saturday’s Barclays Premier League trip to mother or father club Tottenham Hotspur. Lomas informed whufc.com : “It was very good, certainly, to get Robbie some match time. Certainly he can’t play on Saturday, so it …

Sunderland boss Bruce makes Wigan winger N’Zogbia priority target
Liverpool Newcastle United Sunderland Wigan Athletic Sunderland boss Steve Bruce has created Wigan Athletic winger Charles N’Zogbia his top summer season target. The Journal says Bruce worked with the Frenchman at Wigan Athletic , but was unable to provide him along when returning to the North East. He has not misplaced curiosity in the previous Newcastle United winger – the topic of some desperate ultimate-hour …

What the back pages say: Sir Alex Ferguson blasts Kenny Dalglish whilst going through up to possible summer time sale of Wayne Rooney
THE MAIL ON SUNDAY: Sir Alex Ferguson has released an extraordinary defence of his behaviour in criticising referee Martin Atkinson after Manchester United’s two-one defeat at Chelsea.

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