On this page you’ll find all merchandize cards from Roy Keane that were published in 1991 / 1992 and that I actually own. I don’t copy & paste pictures from all around the internet. So chances are that these aren’t all cards available. If you like to suggest one or more cards for me to complete my collection, just give me a hint in the commentary section on this page. Thanks in advance!

  • Roy Keane         [Pro Set card no.] 78
  • Club: Nottingham Forest F.C.
  • Position: Midfield
  • Born: 10/8/71         Cork

Roy has made a huge impact in his first season in the First Division. He is an energetic, tough-tackling midfielder and passes the ball intelligently. His Forest debut came in the second game of the previous season at Liverpool and he immediately established himself in Brian Clough’s team.

  • Shooting Stars
  • Roy Keane · Nottingham Forest
  • Born: 10.8.71         Cork
  • Ht: 5’10” [1,78m]         Wt: 11st 3lb [71kg]

Club Record
League debut:
Crystal Palace v NOTTINGHAM F     15.9.90

Season Club
1990-91 Nottingham F (1) 35 8

International Record
Debut: Republic of Ireland v Chile         22.5.91
REPUBLIC OF IRELAND         1 app, 0 goals

Roy Keane, undoubtedly the most exciting new talent in the English League, has a hard running style that has enabled Brian Clough to improve the club’s finances by releasing Steve Hodge. An all-round goalscorer, his 8 League goals included 2 headers.

  • Official Players Collection
  • 92 Panini Cards [no.] 161         Roy Keane
  • Nottingham Forest
  • Midfield         Born: Cork         10.8.71

A typically audacious signing by Brian Clough, a mere £25.000 from Cobh Ramblers, was pushed into a debut at Liverpool after just ten minutes of reserve team football. Had to be introduced to his teammates on the eve of the match! Made immediate impact, a tireless midfield worker with enough talent to break into Jack Charlton’s Republic of Ireland reckoning. Plundered the winner against Norwich in the sixth round and scored the winner against West Ham in the semi final, a leading role in taking Forest to FA Cup Final.

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