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No Hairdryer From Keane

No Hairdryer From Keane

Sunderland defender Danny Higginbotham has spoke of the calmness which now surrounds Roy Keane.

Higginbotham told the Sunderland Echo said: 'He is a character who, when he speaks, you listen, because there is not much he has not seen in the football world."

'If he has got something to say, you know 100% it is correct and you listen."

'He has not ranted and raved - sometimes as a manager you can rant and rave, but you do not get the point across."

'He gets his point across. The lads know he is not happy, but he is calm with things and for me, he is approaching it absolutely brilliantly."

'He gets his point across and the lads understand everything he is saying. It is up to us to listen to him and take it on board, and that will enable us to move forward.'

Editors Comment

Its nice to see that the players respect Keano and he doesn`t need to give them the hairdryer treatment. I would however like to see him hit them in their pay packets if ever repeat the performance that they put in last Saturday against Everton.

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Writer:KEV1N
Date:Thursday November 29 2007
Time: 10:02PM

Comments

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Yeah right, I bet Keane told them to say that otherwise he'll break their necks! lol
DeanoVilla
30/11/2007 13:07:00
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Me tinks he is licking mr keanes bum some what LOL
Vella
30/11/2007 21:10:00
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Higgy needs too, he is bloody awful at the moment.
grim72
04/12/2007 11:05:00
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