The Assistant Manager of Nothenham Forest has quit his job, barley six months since he was appointed to assist Martin O’Niell. The United Legend and former Republic of Ireland Midfielder Keane quit the job today and according to his statement the main reason why he is leaving the club side is that he want a fresh Job as a manager and not assistant.
Remember that Keane had coach Sunderland and Ipswich before he was appointed to assist Martin in January.
The official statement of his club in their twitter handle reads ”
Nottingham Forest FC
#NFFC can confirm that assistant manager Roy Keane has left the club.
Nottingham Forest can confirm that assistant manager Roy Keane has left the club.
“Roy would like to express his gratitude to the club’s owner, board of directors, the staff, the players and in particular manager Martin O’Neill for the opportunity to return to the City Ground.”
Working with Martin over the last few years has been a magnificent experience, one of my greatest in football both as a player and a coach and one I want to personally thank him for,” Keane said in a statement.