Roy Keane should not be considered for the vacant manager’s job at Celtic, according to talkSPORT pundit Simon Jordan.
The former Crystal Palace chairman believes the Manchester United legend, who is currently third favourite to take over at Parkhead, has not shown himself to be a good manager during his time in the dugout:
“I think it’s a huge risk of the Roy Keane now that we have got. Roy Keane going into management first time around possibly you could see that whilst the risk could have been there for a newbie, the Roy Keane we have got now, I think as a football manager he is done, he is done.”
At his first job, Keane managed to get Sunderland promoted to the Premier League. However, after finishing 15th in his first season in the top flight with the Black Cats, he was sacked with his team 18th in the table the following year.
The Irishman then took on the role of manager at Ipswich Town, where he barely lasted eighteen months. He guided the Tractor Boys to 15th in his first full campaign in charge before he was given his marching orders after a poor start to his second season at Portman Road.
Since then, Keane has taken on assistant manager jobs under Martin O’Neill, as well as working under Paul Lambert at Aston Villa. However, it has been ten years since he was a number one.