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Keane may give up on his dream of becoming a manager

Sun 21 November 2021 | 11:31

The former Manchester star is far from dreaming of becoming a coach.

Former

Manchester United

captain Roy Keane believes he will forget his dream of becoming manager if he stays on TV for another year.

Kane played as a player between 1989 and 2006 and had many successes at Old Trafford. But in coaching he could not repeat the success and was last fired as an assistant at

NottinghamForest

in 2019. Kane has been an expert on television in recent years and now claims that he will forget coaching if he continues to do so for another year.

"I definitely have that bug, that desire to go back into it,"

he has told the Sunday Times. "But maybe my career going forward will be punditry. I can’t be afraid of that

.

"If it doesn’t happen, so be it. I might then have closure on it. If I sign on for another year with TV, I will give up on that dream of being a manager.”

“There are days where I look back on my time in Sunderland and think I did enough, Ipswich didn’t work out but there were good things there,"

he added.

"If I was somebody else looking at my CV, I’d be going, ‘Why doesn’t he get another opportunity?’

“Is my name tarnished in boardrooms? Who knows? People say you have to play the game.

"I don’t know that game. In all my years there is nobody in the media I have a relationship with. That’s a good thing but people inside the game see it as a bad thing.

"I want people to say I was a good player, or coach or manager or pundit, because I was. No hidden agendas."

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