Roy keanes tactics

i think he mixed them up this week -

451 vs Stoke
442 vs chelsea

He’s now in the stands to mull over his mistakes. Been sent off from the line.

Did he really go 4-5-1 at Stoke and 4-4-2 at Chelsea?

That’s gas.

[quote=“Bandage”]Did he really go 4-5-1 at Stoke and 4-4-2 at Chelsea?

That’s gas.[/quote]

I’m a big Keane man, but i have to say he’s got a lot to learn about tactics yet, but of course he still relatively new to it, especially considering he was never a coach/trainer/assistant to see other peoples mistakes. He’s got a fine bunch of players, i would say anything outside top 10 is a failure.

Agree/Disagree???

this is his 3rd year in the job - wouldnt call him relatively new.

would you consider a collegue of yours for the past 3 years relatively new ?

they are serious contenders for relegation and oh how i will celebreate if it happens

big time- he must be one of the biggest spenders in europe & his team is pap - he goes through players like scully

1 point off relegation NCC - the dream could become reality !!

but he has spent more than barca in the summer?

[quote=“north county corncrake”]but he has spent more than barca in the summer?

[/quote]

has he seriously ?

and pep guardiola is relatively new to the job !!!

  1. Manchester City 64.65M
  2. Internazionale 43.25M
  3. Aston Villa 44.9M
  4. Fiorentina 37.77M
  5. Zenit St Petersburg 30M
  6. Sunderland 26.4M
  7. Barcelona 25.4M
  8. Manchester United 24.84M
  9. Wolfsburg 24.08M

yep

just reading the sindo at the moment and i see that richard sadlier is after having a right cut off ‘roy the boy’…

what did he say?

giles who i normally cant stand had a pop too- saying its time Roy stopped blaming the players & looked at himself

self destruction isnt far away for the traitor

gave out that keane who was alway a man to call it as he saw it and not afraid to take a hop off people wouldn’t condemn the sunderland fans for their carry on again newcastle…

good stuff - his 2 big summer signings were on the bench - another bunch of players were nightclubbing in newcastle on friday

It’s actually funny that he had a go at them for throwing a few insults at him put when they started a riot he wanted everyone to let it go.

when a couple booed him he gave out shit- when there was a pitch invasion he didnt

[quote=“thedancingbaby”]this is his 3rd year in the job - wouldnt call him relatively new.

would you consider a collegue of yours for the past 3 years relatively new ?

they are serious contenders for relegation and oh how i will celebreate if it happens[/quote]

Absolutely depending on the role. Do you consider yourself an expert in your job?
I’m 2 years in my present job, consider myself very good at it, but i’m still fairly “new” to it and would expect to learn alot mnore as i go on.

I think this is just more Anti-Keane stuff, which is fair enough as i know alot of people don’t like him.

a walking contradiction, he was a super footballer but is turning into the bryan robson of management, he will be untouchable in 5 years time having fucked up a few clubs and will still be blaming everyone else.
its quinn i feel sorry for, he’s in a no win situation, a lot of other chairmen would be putting keane under pressure at this stage, when quinn eventually bows to public pressure(it will come) and fucks him off in the next 2 years he will again be the villian and keane the hero for the thousands of keane loyalist drones in this country.
like their hero it is always someone elses fault.
fail to prepare bla bla bla, not even his own words

Think that’s fairly harsh on Keane.

Don’t think he’s a brilliant manager by any stretch of the imagination and he has an awful lot to learn about buying players in particular but he has moved the team from bottom of the Championship to the Premier League and his spending is only reflective of the massive hike in income Sunderland have enjoyed over the same period.

Whether he can progress them further is questionable but I don’t see why he wouldn’t be given the opportunity. Whatever way you look at it his time at Sunderland so far has been a success for the club and for its investors - who are now sitting on a far more valuable asset.