There’s clearly something in the Wearside air (or maybe pork?) that’s affecting prominent Irish football figures. Firstly, Roy Keane follows his own Saipan path by walking out on the Sundireland venture as soon as the going got a little tepid. And now, Northern Ireland’s leading international goalscorer has signalled his anger with international manager, Nigel Worthington, including in the article a less than humble reference to himself as ‘the hero/ messiah’ of the team.
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