Five Exclusive Nights with Roy Keane across the UK and Ireland
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The Legendary Manchester United Captain will be with Superstar Speakers in the Summer of 2020
Roy Keane is one of Manchester United's all time legends. Fiercely passionate and determined to win, Keane became a hero not only to the Manchester United fans, but also the Republic of Ireland fans when he brought his on brand of dedication to his national team. Keane ended his playing career at Glasgow Celtic, but lost none of the fire and aggression that made him the leader and player that he is.
Today Roy Keane is one of the nations favorite pundits and he bring the same passion and fearless honesty in his work on both Sky Sports and ITV, making him must see TV.
Keane's straight forward approach to offering his opinion is backed up by the fact he has delivered at the very top of the world of football with Manchester United and Celtic, and its a level of raw, honest intensity that you can expect seeing Roy live on stage.
Dublin 14th May
Born Cork, Keane played at International level with the Republic of Ireland for 14 years, playing 67 games and scoring 9 goals. Keane even captained his country on numerous occasions.
A proud Irishman Keane returned to the national team as assistant manager under Martin O'Neill from 2013 - 2018
Keane is the joint most successful ever Irish footballer with 19 trophies to his name (a record he shares with Denis Irwin)
Glasgow 21st May
Keane finished his playing career with Glasgow Celtic, and whilst only being with the Scottish giants for 6 months he played a vital part in helping the club win the League and League Cup double as well as a win in the Old Firm derby.
Roy even played the first half of his Manchester United testimonial game in the green and white hoops of Celtic.
London 4th June
A visit to the English capital for Keane. Proof that the career and legacy of Roy Keane isn't limited to the town's and cities that he played in. Keane is one of the greatest midfielders in the history of football and a 2004 class member of the English Football Hall of Fame (in recognition to his contribution to the English game)
Nottingham 17th July
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After leaving his first club, Cobh Ramblers, Keane joined Nottingham Forest under Brian Clough in 1990. Appearing in the 1991 FA Cup final and the League Cup Final. In 1993 Keane was set to leave Forest and go to Blackburn Rovers for £4 million. However due to lengthy negotiations and the Blackburn office being closed for the weekend - Keane was back in Cork for the weekend when Alex Ferguson called him and signed him for Manchester United for a British transfer record of £3.75 million and history was made.
Keane never forgot his time at Forest and returned in 2019 as the assistant manager under Martin O'Neill - and whilst it was short lived, it proves that Roy still has a lot of love for Nottingham
Belfast 18th July
A visit to Northern Ireland for Keane and an opportunity to meet the passionate Manchester United fans in the city. Having led Manchester United to 9 major honours, he is The Red Devils most successful captain in history.
Regardless of which city Roy Keane is in, these five dates provide an opportunity to hear from a true icon of the Premier League and British football. A driving force behind the continued success of Manchester United and a vital part of the historic treble winning team of 1999.
In describing Roy Keane, Gary Neville put it best when he said
"His greatest gift was to create a standard of performance which demanded the very best from the team. You would look at him busting a gut and feel that you'd be betraying him if you didn’t give everything yourself. "
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