Audio: "I've got a job and I'm very happy in my job" – Roy Keane rules himself out of Man United job in Today FM interview
Corkonian Keano talked about his role as Irish assistant manager, his relationship with Alex Ferguson and how his dedicated dogs always know when he's in a bad mood. The poor dogs...
Broadcasting live from Cork this morning, Today FM DJ Ray D'Arcy was joined by Ireland and Manchester United footballing legend and Irish Guide Dogs For The Blind patron, Roy Keane.
Proud Corkonian Keane met up with Ray to chat about the brilliant and important work that guide dogs do but, unsurprisingly, talk of a certain recent, vacant managerial position came up in discussion, as well as his tip for this year's All-Ireland Hurling Championship and the living legend reveals who his favourite footballer is to watch currently...
You can hear the full interview by clicking on the play button below (Roy starts to talk around the 27.30 mark) and, for more information on the work that the Irish Guide Dogs do, you can visit their website by clicking here.
The Irish Guide Dogs are currently looking for volunteers for their Shades campaign - you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1850506300 to donate one-two hours of your time to sell Puppy Pins on the street or on their Tesco days.
As well as chatting to Keano and a panel of people whose lives have been transformed by guide dogs, Ray was also joined by Irish mammies author Colm O’Regan, Wallis Bird provided some live music, and Munster men Ronan O’Gara and Donnacha O’Callaghan popped in for a quick chat too. You can listen back to the entire Today FM show by clicking here.