Roy Keane may have been addressing the watching British public back home, but his angry television analysis about Ireland's hammering by Spain quickly ran through the press room in the Gdansk stadium. We could almost see the steam escaping from the ITV box.
Keane is not a man for kind words. Emollient is not his style. If he sees a dog lying prostrate on the ground, his instinct is always to give it a good kicking (football wise, I mean; he wouldn't do that to Triggs, obviously). And, as is always the case, there was no attempt to sugar the pill as he laid into Ireland's hapless performance,Read More »from Ireland have not let anyone down