Robbie Keane

Harry Kane reveals Robbie Keane influence in early Spurs decision

Harry Kane reveals Robbie Keane influence. Harry Kane has listed Robbie Keane among the influences in his decision to don the #10 jersey for Tottenham Hotspur. After scoring 31 goals during a breakthrough 2014/15 campaign, Kane took over the #10 shirt ahead of the 2015/16 season, which saw Spurs go toe-to-toe with Leicester City for the Premier League title.
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Robbie Keane worried for Leeds amid concerning form

Robbie Keane is worried for Leeds United. Former Ireland international Robbie Keane has revealed his deep-rooted fears for his former club, Leeds United, amid their concerning run of form. Keane watched on as Marcelo Bielsa’s side were beaten 4-2 by fierce rivals Manchester United in front of the Sky Sports...

Robbie Keane hails the job Bruno Lage has done at Wolves

Robbie Keane hails Bruno Lage. Robbie Keane has hailed the impact Bruno Lage has had at Wolverhampton Wanderers, since he became manager of the club last summer. The Portuguese coach had some big shoes to fill following the departure of his compatriot Nuno Espirito Santo, who enjoyed four successful years at Molineux before embarking on an ill-fated spell in charge of Tottenham Hotspur.

Micah Richards on why he was “never scared” of facing Robbie Keane

Micah Richards on playing against Robbie Keane. Micah Richards has claimed that Robbie Keane never gave him the “fear factor” whenever the pair faced each other during their playing careers. The former Manchester City defender crossed paths with Keane over the course of approximately nine Premier League seasons and despite...

Football Legends Robbie Keane and Michael Owen to Host Football Escapes Latest Camp

Located on Dubai’s most famous stretch of coastline, the ultimate relaxed family beach resort Jumeirah Beach Hotel announces the return of the highly sought-after children’s football camp Football Escapes this October half term. Running over two weeks, from 18th to 22nd October for the first week, and 25th to 29th October for the second week. The coveted football camp will bring Premier League legends Robbie Keane and Michael Owen giving children an extra-fun addition to their break.

On this day in 2016: Robbie Keane announced his international retirement

On this day in 2016 Republic of Ireland captain Robbie Keane announced his retirement from international football.The then 36-year-old called time on his international career which spanned 18 years, and included a record 145 senior appearances and 68 goals.Keane made his debut against the Czech Republic in Olomouc in March 1998, and was part of a generation of Irish talent that reached the last 16 of the World Youth Cup in 1999.His first international goal would come in October 1998 against Malta, and he was part of the World Cup squad in 2002.Keane would play a final friendly match against Oman on August 31 in his last appearance for the national side.On that occasion he signed off with his 68th international goal, and he received a standing ovation when he was substituted just before the hour mark.Two years later Keane announced his retirement from all football after being named assistant Republic of Ireland national side coach by Mick McCarthy.