Louis Saha: Roy Keane Can Succeed As Ireland Manager
If the Ireland manager job opens up Louis Saha thinks that one familiar name can take the role and lead his country to success.
Louis Saha had an incredibly successful career at Man United and he certainly knows all about Roy Keane having shared a dressing room with the former star United and Ireland midfielder.
Saha believes that Keane could have success if he were to find himself managing the Republic of Ireland team but under one condition.
Check out Saha’s thoughts on Roy Keane, David De Gea, Frank Lampard and Everton below!
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Can you envisage Roy Keane returning to management? The Ireland boss is currently struggling would he make a good fit?
I think Roy Keane would be motivated to prove he can still be a top manager and I’m sure he’d love the chance to be Ireland boss.
You can see his passion every week on commentary. It’s clearly different in punditry and Roy has to prove that he’s able to be a good manager and not just highly passionate.
He should to adapt and make sure he gets his message across without a certain directness – especially with a new opportunity.
If Ireland comes calling, I’d love him to take it and I’m sure he’d have the quality to succeed – as long as he adapts.
Roy Keane has never big fan of De Gea, do you think he has a point and should United go for someone like Edouard Mendy who is out of favour at Chelsea?
De Gea is still right at the top level, but of course making mistakes like he did against Everton is never good.
Over the years, De Gea has done tremendous performances to save the team and he deserves the time and credit for that.
If De Gea doesn’t sign a new contract then a move for Chelsea goalkeeper Edouard Mendy would make perfect sense.
He has been one of the best goalkeepers in the world the last few years and I’m not sure what happened.
Do you think Frank Lampard needs more time or do Everton need a new face in the dugout?
Lampard and Everton board are both to blame for Everton’s struggles.
I respect Lampard so much as a player and a manager. Other big managers like Carlo Ancelotti found it difficult too.
Lampard has to be questioned because the team keep making the same mistakes and Everton need to take less risks and be more direct.
The tactics need to change and Lampard will never hide from the decisions and the players have to take responsibility because there’s too many individual mistakes – as that’s why they are fighting relegation.
Everton reportedly want to sign Ings, would that be a good move?
I think Everton moving for Danny Ings makes a lot of sense. He’s a striker who’s always had an eye for goal and he would be a big boost up front for Everton.
They’re missing that link up front and they don’t have enough chances in games – just like we saw against United.
You always face players who put you under pressure but Everton don’t have that and they need someone who knows where the goal is – Ings can bring that.
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