The original mischief maker Eamon Dunphy fronts the second episode in ‘Paddy Power’s Head2Head’, a brand new five-part television series available free-to-view on eir Sport 1 on Wednesday night at 10.30pm.
Keane discusses the art of goalscoring, how he struggled to understand Glenn Hoddle’s tactics at Spurs, why he loved playing under Giovanni Trapattoni for Ireland, and how he overcame challenges in his career, including that spell at Liverpool. Robbie also chats about his stint in LA with David Beckham, and how the support of wife Claudine carried him through his career.
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There’s great chemistry, impassioned opinion, occasional fiery clashes, plenty of laughs, and countless moments of rare and raw honesty.
I’ve played for many clubs, but the jersey that fit the best was the green jersey. Being Irish is something special. Playing for your country is the best thing that could ever happen. It’s something that I will take with me to the grave.
Recorded over five nights in September 2018 at the pop-up Paddy Power Museum of Mischief on St Stephen’s Green in Dublin, to celebrate the brands 30 years as an Irish business, Eamon sat down with Mick McCarthy, Robbie Keane, Ruby Walsh, Graeme Souness and Tomas O’ Sé.
The below episodes will be shown over the Christmas period and will also be free to view on the Sky platform.