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Keane proud of players (AUDIO)


Sunderland manager Roy Keane says he's still subdued after watching his side come back from two goals down in the opening quarter of an hour at the Emirates Stadium, before Robin Van Persie's 80th minute strike sealed another win for Arsenal.

However, the Black Cats boss says he can take a lot of heart from the performance.

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Writer: Lee Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday October 8 2007

Time: 11:09AM

Your Comments

you cant blame him they played really well i thought you could of nicked all 3 points
muffdaddy1983
yeah i think hes a bit peed
KEV1N
I tink he has agood right we deserved atl east a point
Vella
 

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