Browse roy keanes bestselling audiobooks and newest titles. Roy keane says he regrets his first autobiography and it. Would you try another book written by roy keane and roddy doyle or narrated by roy keane and stephen hogan. Download read the second half 2014 by roy keane in pdf. The opening is crude and nasty it cemented the picture i already. Roy keanes selfdeprecating wit, combined with a takenoprisoners approach, make for an entertaining read i newspaper the 10 best sporting memoirs as an arsenal fan, i was never a. His thoughts on his players are humane, interesting, candid and never less than believable the times. He wrote the book with eamon dunphy, bestselling author of only a game this shopping feature will continue to load items. But with the person in question being roy keane, it dosent. A publishing phenomenon in hardback, roy keanes autobiography was the biggest selling sports book of the year. He is really tough, really strong, but he was fair. I didnt mean to deliberately injure alf inge haaland this article is more than 5 years old keanes new book denies he targeted city midfielder.
It was a pleasure to see him play, its just a shame that this book didnt quite live up to the heights of his glittering career. Keano is my second most favorite united leagend after giggsy. Roy keane has lost little of his anger but now directs it as much at himself as at former targets. The remainder simply did not live up to the tone set in the first chapter.
This book is a candid look inside roy keanes thoughts. Keanes second autobiography neatly picks up where his first book left off, starting with the fa charge he. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or. In the wake of his explosive and very funny new book, roy keane talks to shortlists tom ellen about drinking, fighting, fergie and why he sings for no. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Full coverage of the official launch of roy keanes second autobiography at the aviva stadium in dublin. Roy maurice keane born 10 august 1971 is an irish football pundit, manager and former professional player. Written by roy keane, roddy doyle, audiobook narrated by roy keane, stephen hogan. Both of keanes books caused a stir and sold a lot of copies. Just last month the former playercumpundit tore into his former team, manchester united, following a 20.
But with the person in question being roy keane, it dosent come as a big surprise. Famed as one of footballs hard men, roy keane has rarely been one to mince his words. In a stunning collaboration with booker prizewinning author roddy doyle, roy keane gives a brutally honest account of his last days as a player, the highs and lows of his managerial career, and his life as. He was the manager of english championship club ipswich town. A great insight into the great footballer that was roy keane. Discover book depositorys huge selection of roy keane books online. The closer you come to the dream of winning the closer you. One of the very few books where the author is being completely honest. Asked, in an interview with ucfb for the league managers association, about the things hed change in his career, keane says. He freely shares what he thinks about the game, opposing players, teamates, and many other subjects. Roy maurice keane born 10 august 1971 in mayfield, cork, republic of ireland is a former irish football player.
Keanes targets include his club, teammates, fellow pros, the media, the football association of. Discover more authors youll love listening to on audible. A publishing phenomenon in hardcover, roy keanes autobiography was the bigge. Buy the second half reprint by roy keane, roddy doyle isbn. Roy keane has said that he regrets his first autobiography according to the former manchester united captain, his first book, published in 2002. In a stunning collaboration with booker prizewinning author roddy doyle, roy keane gives a brutally honest account of his last days as a player, the highs and lows of his managerial career, and.
The second half download free pdf and ebook by roy keane. Now in paperback it includes a new chapter covering keanes. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. Is a tesco store in burnage birthplace of liam gallagher behind the flurry of roy keane revelations. A publishing phenomenon in hardcover, roy keanes autobiography was the biggest selling sports book of the year. Roy keane himself read the first chapter, and it is a shame he did not read the entire book. A number of media outlets in the uk have got their paws on advanced copies of roy keanes new autobiography the second half and the leaked extracts are certainly juicy. The second half by roy keane, roddy doyle books on. Quite simply one of the best football books ive ever read. Keanes 2nd memoir nicely picks up where his initial book left off, beginning with the fa fee he obtained as a result of the. It may well be the finest, most incisive deconstruction of football management that the game has ever produced mail on sunday a genuine pleasure. Finally, i feel the author often used profanity in a somewhat gratuitous fashion. Keane, one of irelands most prolific and respected literary figures, died on 30 may 2002 at the age of 73, after a long and difficult battle with cancer. What i like about him is the fact that he would not talk, he would take the kick, he.
Now updated with a new chapter, including roy leaving aston villa and the republic of irelands qualification for euro 2016. The second half by roy keane used good 9781780228822. Coldfaced corkman shows insecurity and peculiar need to please. Roy keane says he regrets his first autobiography and it was a. Quite merely one of the very best football books i have actually ever before read. The autobiography 2002, im struck by just how good the book is. The first one, written with eamon dunphy, landed him in trouble with the football. Larry ryan compares roy keanes two autobiographies to see what has changed during his second half.
The second half by roy keane, roddy doyle nook book. According to the former manchester united captain, his first book, published in 2002, was a mistake because he was still a. Reading the two books together definitely gives a truer and more complete picture of keane than taking either book in isolation. Roy keane has said that he regrets his first autobiography. For anyone who actually understands the game of football, and has a desire to glimpse the innerworkings of one of the most passionate, hard grafting and complete players of all time, this book. The second half ebook written by roy keane, roddy doyle. This object is attached to the original book and cant.
Signin to download and listen to this audiobook today. For me, being in england for nine years, i would have said roy keane. The second half audiobook by roy keane, roddy doyle. Roy keane simple english wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
This book gives a truthful look at his world without any blinkers and without being politically correct as many other books. I didnt expect to like this book and i certainly didnt expect to like roy keane after reading it. Contradictions, complexity and the quintessential roy keane highly selfcritical and selfaware, roy keanes autobiographyasconfessional delivers wit and wisdom of sorts. For me, keanes book smacked of more honesty and less glibness. The book will include a new chapter covering events that followed the books publication keanes vindication by the fai report. The energy or drive remains obvious but 2014s roy keane. Roy keane regrets penning an autobiography while still a player. I wouldnt listen to another book narrated by stephen hogan, roy keanes intro is great but as. Notes from roy keane book i never forget how fine the line between success and failure when youre chasing the greatest prizes in the game. For an irish fan, its even harder to not to love or loathe him. Roy keane the second half full press conference 910. Has a tesco store in burnage, manchester sparked todays revelations. The book will include a new chapter covering events that followed the books publication. He is the jointmost successful irish footballer of all time, having won 19 major trophies, 17 of.528 1179 1198 234 235 921 1555 937 1563 376 1371 549 891 1321 285 1527 609 1608 1600 1154 984 545 1284 960 645 480 315 907 246 1287 419 401 575 1052 886 1272 491 15 838 1473 1375 185 91