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Roy Keane has been ordered to appear in court following an alleged road rage incident involving a taxi driver in January.
The Republic of Ireland assistant manager is said to have entered into an altercation in Altrincham town centre on the morning of January 30th.
A statement from Greater Manchester Police today confirmed:
A summons was posted on March 2, 2015, for Roy Keane, 43, to his home address in Hale, to appear before Trafford magistrates court on March 31, 2015, for a Section 4A Public Order offence.
This is in relation to an incident on Friday, January 30, when police were called to Ashley Road, Altrincham to a report that a man had behaved aggressively towards another man.
Police are investigating an alleged road rage incident involving former Manchester United captain Roy Keane.
Keane, 43, is believed to have got into an altercation with a taxi driver in Altrincham town centre.
At 11.30am, police were called to Ashley Road, Altrincham, to a report that a man had behaved aggressively towards another man. An investigation is under way to establish the exact circumstances surrounding the incident.
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Former assistant manager Roy Keane did not have a training ground bust-up with players, according to Aston Villa.
Keane left his role at the Birmingham club on Friday, saying he could not combine his duties there with a similar job with the Republic of Ireland national team.
Newspaper reports claimed the former Manchester United midfielder had a confrontation with senior members of the Villa squad the day prior to resigning.
Roy Keane has quit his role as Aston Villa's assistant manager with immediate effect, the club have announced.
The 43-year-old had been splitting his time between Villa and his job as Martin O'Neill's number two with the Republic of Ireland.
But Keane has stepped down from the Barclays Premier League club ahead of their trip to Burnley on Saturday.
Keane said in a statement: "Ultimately, my roles with Villa and Ireland and combining my commitment to these have become too much.
"It isn't fair to either Villa or Ireland, so I've made this decision.
"I'd like to thank Paul for giving me a great opportunity to come to a brilliant football club, I've really enjoyed my experiences at Villa and I wish the management team, the players, the supporters and the club nothing but the best going forward."
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Roy Keane has called for talks between the Republic of Ireland and Everton coaching staffs over the management of the Toffees' internationals.
Republic assistant Keane and manager Martin O'Neill are hoping Seamus Coleman, Darron Gibson and James McCarthy can help them qualify for Euro 2016.
Midfielder McCarthy has missed the last three qualifiers through injury, though, including Friday's loss to Scotland, while Coleman also missed last month's draw with Germany.
I worry that he (McCarthy) is under lots of pressure, particularly from Everton's point of view.
Because every time there is an international match it does seem to be Seamus (Coleman) and James (McCarthy) under lots of pressure. They're turning up or they mightn't turn up, or they're struggling.
You always get the impression from Everton that Seamus and James are both barely able to walk, that type of thing. So when they actually turn up and they are walking through the reception, 'Praise the Lord, it's a miracle'.
There has to be, I think, some sort of sit-down conversation and say, 'Listen, I think Martin's been more than good enough here, particularly the friendlies but these are big qualifying matches now'.
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