James Lawton: Keane can’t afford another failure
Ireland legend must learn to take the best and live with the rest to save his managerial reputation
In any case study of Roy Keane, one would have to include the striking image of the Corkman's very latest cry for inclusion.
It is the one this week that caught his welcome at Istanbul by Kasimpasa, the ambitious Turkish team which were apparently eager to invest £1.4m in what so many now see as the irreparable image of a natural-born winner who lost his way.
Keane is there, to all intents and rather confusing purposes, but then, when you look closer, he is not.