I have to agree with utopia. There has to have been an alternative to this. As is said in this articleutopia said:I don't quite agree. I am sure there could have been a solution to this dispute in some other way....Keane is just too important for Ireland to be axed like that. They will miss him dearly.......
Bollocks yourself. Keane was not in a good frame of mind - that is clear, but he did not WANT to go home. He WANTED the problems that he was having to be addressed - there is a big difference.dubh-ban said:Bollocks, Keane wanted to go home, he made it quite clear.
Fee-Go said:10. Keane claims his slanging-match with McCarthy, in front of his team-mates, arose after the boss accused him of faking injury in previous internationals.
He said, she said.
11. He said: "I have huge pride in the Irish nation and that has not altered. But I will never be accused of faking injury and letting down my country, particularly when the accusations are made in front of the rest of the players. "That's why I reacted the way I did and I don't feel sorry about any aspect of it.