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Roy Keane at Turner's Cross as Cork City beat the champs

The former Ireland midfielder is enjoying his time back in the Rebel County.

ROY KEANE DROPPED by Turner’s Cross this evening to check out Cork City’s Airtricity League clash with league champion St Patrick’s Athletic.

Keane, who was in attendance at Ronan O’Gara’s testimonial dinner in Cork on Thursday, will have been pleased with the fare as City defeated St Pat’s 4 — 2.

The former Manchester United and Ireland midfielder, who is in the running for the role as Irish manager, took time out to pose for a picture with City fan Paul Fitzgerald. The picture was taken by Paul’s older brother, Brian.

imagePaul Fitzgerald and Roy Keane. Credit: Brian Fitzgerald via Twitter

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