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    Owen and Keane Swap Deal

    I'd take that, but it won't happen.
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    Reports linking Keane with City.

    Good, that's that then. He's off. :smile:
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    Reports linking Keane with City.

    See, don't take this the wrong way, but what's Lennon got that everybody waxes lyrical about? I don't rate him. I watched him against Burnley the other week. Yep, he's quick, but he can't pass, cross or shoot, so no different than Pennant there then. I think along run in the team will sort Robbie out, the only thing I do know, is that we are a more dangerous team with Stevie sitting behind nando.
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    Reports linking Keane with City.

    Not trapped wind then.
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    Reports linking Keane with City.

    Robbie Keane: I'll fight for my place Jan 27 2009 by Tony Barrett, Liverpool Echo ROBBIE Keane wants to stay at Liverpool and fight for his place. The out of favour striker has been targeted by Spurs for a return to White Hart Lane but the ECHO understands Keane is not looking to quit the Reds just six months after joining them. Spurs boss Harry Redknapp has again publicly spoken of his desire to take Keane back to North London – something which will amuse Liverpool’s hierarchy after being accused of illegally tapping up the 28-year-old by Spurs chairman Daniel Levy last summer – but no formal offer has been made. Redknapp said: “I wouldn’t sit here and say I wouldn’t like to have Robbie Keane at my football club, I’d be a liar, but he belongs to Liverpool so it is not an option unfortunately. “As a player and a person I have a lot of time for Robbie Keane – I think he’s fantastic.” Keane has struggled to impose himself at Anfield since signing for Liverpool in a £20m move and his spell at the club hit a new low at the weekend when he was left out of the squad that faced Everton in the fourth round of the FA Cup. Speculation surfaced suggesting the Irishman had refused to attend the game after being omitted but Rafa Benitez insists he was simply given the day off along with all other players who were not selected for duty. Keane has since returned to training at Melwood and is hoping to be included in the travelling party to take on Wigan at the JJB Stadium tomorrow night. Benitez said: “Keane is one of the players who were not involved against Everton the other day. “But he trained yesterday and he will train today.” Spurs’ interest in Keane is real though and should they come up with a formal offer which would allow Liverpool to recoup most or all of their summer outlay for the striker it could tempt Benitez to do business. But with just days to go before the January transfer window closes the Spaniard would have to be convinced that he would be allowed to reinvest any incoming fees in squad replenishment before any bids are even considered. Keane has three and a half years of his four year Liverpool contract remaining and would only consider his future if he was told he is surplus to requirements at Anfield. A source close to the player told the ECHO: “Robbie does not want to leave Liverpool. “When he signed for Liverpool last summer he said it was his dream move to be able to sign for the club he supported as a boy. “He was not in the team on Sunday but now he just wants to fight for his place.” Robbie Keane: I'll fight for my place - Liverpool FC latest - Liverpool Echo.co.uk Gut instinct tells me he'll be in the squad for tomorrow.
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