25 January, 2011

Delany's Delight @ Keane Departure:

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Damien: Delighted
Keane: Negative
Paul: Positive
            Cork's Ireland international Damien Delaney has revealed that Ipswich Town is a much happier place to be after the sacking of manager Roy Keane early this month. "Roy Keane was seldom around the training ground as manager here and you never knew where you stood with him as a player. You'd also never know when he'd 'blow up.' He would talk to players on a match-day alright, but, besides that, I hardly spoke to him. As a player, you need feedback from your manager as to how you're doing.  The mood was very gloomy for most of Roy Keane's 18-month tenure here and that was reflected in the results. Paul Jewell (pictured above) has come in as manager and is a lot more hands on and positive. Players here have a smile on their face again and long may it continue."
         Ipswich Town play Premier League high-flyers Arsenal in the semi-final second leg of the Carling Cup tonight. The Tractor Boys lead 1-0 from the first leg and now have a real chance of causing a big shock and making the Cup Final. New brooms do indeed sweep clean.

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