(Note: That's a picture of Roy Keane on the right. Honestly.)
Why should anyone be surprised that great players rarely
make great managers? The two jobs require a totally different set of skills.
Expecting somebody to go directly from one to the other is like
getting a top-class roofer and telling him to design a cathedral.
There is not much crossover between the qualities that make
a great player and those that make a great manager.
You might find the occasional exception who is good at both,
like Johan Cruyff, or indeed good at neither, like Carlton Palmer.
In Roy Keane's case, it was hisRead More »from The best of Roy Keane