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Roy Keane denies his rage is just restricted to roads

When police discovered the altercation involved Mr. Keane they summoned the Metropolitan Police's dangerous dog unit. Once tasered and muzzled, the subdued Republic of Ireland assistant manager was led away; leaving his victim to be treated for shock, rabies and stud-marks on the back of his shins.

The hearing at Trafford Magistrates' Court, saw graphic photographs of the broken remains of Alf-Inge Håland entered as circumstantial evidence that Mr. Keane had ‘rage to spare’. His Counsel concluded: ‘To suggest my client is prone to momentary lapses of bellicose behaviour is ridiculous. As anyone, who knows Roy, will attest – he is in a perpetual state of hate. He’s even been known to punch people in his sleep’

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