Ex-Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane has revealed his reasons for refusing to take over at the club. Sunderland again
The former Irishman is reportedly set to return to the ‘Black Cats’ job after serving as manager from 2006-2008 and leading the ufabet club to promotion from the Championship to the Premier League in the 2007/08 season.
However, in the end, no appointment took place and the way Sunderland also set up Alex Neil to act, which Keane revealed the reason for refusing even though negotiations had progressed a lot.
“The agreement must be suitable for all parties. It didn’t make sense last week. It shouldn’t be that way,” said Keane. “Everything has to be right – there’s a proper fight. have a suitable contract You must miss it.”
“I haven’t had that kind of opportunity over the years. There is no club that I think ‘I’m a good fit for that club’ if I didn’t get that opportunity. It’s not a big deal.”
“You need some luck, too. The appropriate club will contact you. that didn’t happen It’s not a big deal.”
Former Republic of Ireland assistant Keane, who has been out of management since being sacked by Ipswich in 2011, guided Sunderland to promotion to the Premier League in 2007 in his first season in charge.
The following season, the Black Cats finished 15th in the top flight before Keane quit following strained relations with the club’s hierarchy.
Sunderland sacked Johnson following their humiliating 6-0 defeat at Bolton last month, just over a year after appointing