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The Second Half ghostwriter admits he 'got a bit impatient' with the football hardman as he tried to extract revelations for memoir. Roy Keane's book is a masterpiece: The Second Half gives a startling account of his colourful career and reveals the hard-man midfielder's. Roy Keane has lost little of his anger but now directs it as much at himself as at former targets.
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The trajectory of both narratives is near identical, after all. I was pleasantly surprised.
Firstly, the impression given by the media is that of Keane as a thuggish lout. I think the book goes some way to softening this image.
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Rather, the ghost-writer depicts Keane as someone roy keane the second half "midlife crisis has been going on for years". We see a man with a desperate fear of failure; a man who is too afraid to enjoy things when they are going well because he is sure he will mess things up somehow.
We see a man who was desperately upset at the death of someone with whom he was going to work Gary Ablettand we see the respect he had and has for the other players with whom he played.
For balance, we also see how scathing Keane can be for those whom he thinks do not try, or for those with whom he does not get along or with whom he has disagreed. The least interesting part of this book was the portion devoted to Keane's eventual separation from Manchester United and his spat with Ferguson.
He writes about being out of his element at Ipswich; his kids were attending a school for the middle class and "I was from Mayfield, in Cork. A reader needs to know what the first half was like, and in particular learn about his childhood in the tough suburbs on the north side of Cork city.
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Although it is written for football followers, the book reveals a sinister side to the business of sport, especially as it is practiced in Europe.
The salaries and bonuses are calculated in numbers that are several levels above what professional sports people understand in this country.
Extracts from Roy Keane's new book revealed: I never should have apologised to Alex Ferguson Independent. Roy Keane says he wished he had not apologised to Alex Ferguson shortly after leaving Manchester United, as he revealed the explosive nature of the pair's break-up that led to his departure.
Roy Keane left and Peter Schmeichel of Manchester United hold the FA Charity Shield after victory against Chelsea at Wembley Stadium in Keane, in his new autobiography The Second Half, provides the chronology of the falling out with both Ferguson and his assistant Carlos Queiroz, which divided United supporters over their allegiance to the club roy keane the second half and manager.
After they went their separate ways Keane approached the Scot to try to settled their differences. The story of that match is the story of his career, and not just because of his spirited captaincy from midfield.