Roy Keane Leaves Nottingham Forest Role👋

  |   Football

Roy Keane has left his role as assistant manager of Nottingham Forest to restart his own managerial career.

Having worked under O'Neill for five years with the Republic of Ireland, Keane followed him to Forest in January, but the former Manchester United captain is now seeking a return to a top job.

After beginning his managerial career with Sunderland, Keane spent two years at Ipswich, who he left in 2011, before linking up with O'Neill in his Ireland role in November 2013.

It is understood there is no animosity between O'Neill and Keane, who explained the timing of his departure is intended to avoid mid-season disruption during Forest's 2019/20 Sky Bet Championship campaign.

Read more:

📲 Get Football on Whatsapp 💬