Keane speaks on Celtic switch


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Robbie Keane has targeted winning the Scottish Premier League with Celtic.

The Tottenham Hotspur striker has moved to the Scottish giants on loan until the end of the season.

“I’m here until the end of the season,” he said.

“That’s as far as I’ve thought about anything.

“I’ll enjoy these few months of playing football.”

“I’m not a betting man, so I don’t get involved in that, but at the end of the day, I’m here to hopefully win trophies for Celtic and that is hopefully winning the league,” he added.

“I want to be part of that and I believe, with the squad of players that are here, there’s no reason why we can’t.”

“The Rangers-Celtic game is obviously massive,” he said.

“I’ve been lucky enough to be at the game a couple of years ago. The atmosphere was absolutely unbelievable.

“It’s a game I’m really looking forward to.”

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  1. Celtic can’t hope to afford to keep him. Neither the fee nor the wages. He’ll be back in the summer, then someone like Birmingham will take him for £8million.

  2. keane regularly got low rateings from fans,when gradeing players.this maybe loss of confidence after he failed at liverpool.this came after a golden time with berbatov.both players have gone backwards since that time.

  3. said what needed to be said yesterday, time to concentrate on the future, now we will need to see some new character at leeds, i think this could be a defining game for our season, it is time for some new leaders to take up the challenge it is not going to be an easy atmosphere but it is about time some of the others step up to the plate, i have every confidence in dawson as captain, he seems to play better with more responsibilty, once again good luck robbie.

  4. How many teams did Keane support as a child? Answer= as many as
    people are daft enough to believe. I’m glad he’s gone. Please don’t
    let him come back, it’s getting embarrassing for supporters to
    support this nonsense from old man Redknapp. Enough is enough.

  5. Looking forward to a great Series with great pitching. Perhaps, continued clutch performances by Cody Ross and/or Josh Hamilton? As much as I adore the NFL (my reason for breathing), I’ll take a well-played, hard-fought baseball game any day over a mediocre football game.


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