May 25, 2024

Saipan : Roy Keane & Mick McCarthy – Bibliography

I have listed below the books, research reference materials and other resources that I used when I was researching the Saipan incident. I have not read every book listed form cover to cover but I have read the parts that deal with Saipan, Roy Keane or other aspects germane to the topic.

Offline Bibliography

Keane: The Autobiography; Roy Keane & Eamon Dunphy (2002); Michael Joseph Ltd

Mick McCarthy: Ireland’s World Cup 2002; Mick McCarthy & Cathal Dervan (2002);
Simon & Schuster UK Ltd

Niall Quinn: The Autobiography; Niall Quinn (2002); Headline Book Publishing

Red Mist : Roy Keane and the Football Civil War; Conor O’Callaghan (2004). Bloomsbury Publishing Plc

The Gaffers; Paul Howard (2002). The O’Brien Press Ltd

Niall Quinn: World Cup Diary; Niall Quinn (2004). New Island

Ireland’s Soccer Top 20; Colm Keane; Mainstream Publishing (Edinburgh) (2004) Ltd

Roy Keane: Portrait of a Legend; Stafford Hildred & Tim Ewbank (2008); John Blake Publishing Ltd

Roy Keane: Red Man Walking; Drank Worrell (2006); Mainstream Publishing Company (Edinburgh) Ltd

The Republic of Ireland: International Football Facts; Dean Hayes (2008); The Collins Press

The Legend of Jack Charlton; Tom Humphries 1994; Weidenfeld and Nicholson Ltd

Cloughie – Walking on Water – My Life; Brian Clough 2002; Headline

Managing My Life: My Autobiography; Alex Ferguson & Hugh McIlvaney (2000); Hodder & Stoughton

The Boss: The Many Sides of Alex Ferguson; Michael Crick 2003; Pocket Books

Sir Alex; David Meek & Tom Tyrrell (2007): Orion Books

This is the One: The Uncut Story of a Football Genius; Daniel Taylor (2008); Aurum Press

There’s Only One Keano; Mark Evans (1999); Marino Books

Jaap Stam : Head to Head; Jaap Stam with Jeremy Butler 2001; Collins Willow

The Glorious Game: Extra Time – Arsene Wenger and the Quest for Success; Alex Flynn &
Kevin Whitcher 2004: Orion

Deep into the Forest; Daniel Taylor (2005); Parrs Wood Press

Manchester United: The Biography; Jim White (2008); Sphere

Green Devils: The Irish and Manchester United; Keith Falkiner (2008); Hachette Books Ireland

Who Stole Our Game?: The Fall and Fall of Irish Soccer; Daire Whelan (2006); Gill & MacMillan

Born to Score; Dwight Yorke (2009); Pan MacMillan


Roy Keane: As I See It; Odyssey Entertainment – A Bombo Sports & Entertainment Production in assoc. with The Television Production Company PLC (2002) : Warner Bros.

Online Bibliography

(Some of the articles and materials below are no longer online and are, therefore, no longer linked) Articles
Forever young: Keane and his friends separated only by death – Sep 2002 [No longer available online] Articles
Jason McAteers World Cup 2002 Diary – May 2002
Too many sides to Transformer Man – Dec 2008
Ferguson in moves to effect reconciliation for Keane – May 2002
Driven by a death wish – May 2002
The day that Roy Keane left United – Aug 2008 [these articles are no longer available online]
Keane is not the sole culprit in collision of grand egos – May 2002
Matt Holland: The day our talisman, our one World XI star, abused the manager, his team-mates and – he will realise – himself – May 2002
James Lawton: Keane: the ultimate professional who eventually cracked – May 2002
Roy Keane: The power and the fury of football’s most driven man – Aug 2002
Nasty Profane Tirade Sealed Captain’s Fate – May 2002
Roy Keane / Patrick Viera Tunne Row – Feb 2005
Keane in reports of Fergie bust-up – Jul 2005
The departure of Ferguson’s enforcer will leave United with huge boots to fill – Sep 2005 Articles
Danger! Mick McCarthy! – Mar 2003
Marriage of two troubled minds – Aug 2002
Inside the minds of Roy Keane – Sep 2002
Ferguson to clear air over Keane bust-up – Jul 2005
Roy Keane and Alex Ferguson: 1993-2005 – Nov 2005
A nation divided: the dispute that split Ireland – Feb 2003
End of the affair: Ferguson & Keane – Nov 2005
Will Roy Keane be committed to the Ipswich cause? – Apr 2009
Roy Keane: no calm after the storm – Dec 2009

Irish Examiner Online
Roy Keane’s Contract Negotiations 2002 – Feb 2002
Keane: The Autobiography by Roy Keane (with Eamon Dunphy) – Sep 2002
Saipan shenanigans on the Road to Dundalk – Apr 2004
Roy Keane’s last stand – Nov 2005
Roy Keane has to beat his own demons – Apr 2009
Ireland’s captain Keane sent home from World Cup
Roy Keane: Mick McCarthy was right to send me home
Keane Makes FIFA Deadline – May 2002
The demons that drive Keane to heights of fame and folly – May 2002
Keane’s lawyer dismisses bust-up claims – Jul 2005
Ferguson admits to Keane row – Aug 2005
Keane on Brian Clough – Aug 2008 – Aug 2002
The man behind the myth – Jan 2008
Will Roy’s style Suffolk-ate the Tractor Boys? – Apr 2009
Roy Keane gives his first interview since leaving Sunderland – Feb 2009 [Article Removed]
Not Keane on Anyone: But Tractor Roy should be looking up to Mick McCarthy – Apr 2009 [Article Removed]
Irish National Team Arrive – May 2002
The War of Saipan – May 2007

Bleacher Report
The Two Sides of the Roy Keane Coin – Jun 2009

Dunphy: I was not drunk – Jun 2002

Online Videos
RTE: Roy Keane Interview with Tommie Gorman – May 2002
YouTube: Roy Keane / Patrick Viera Tunnel Row – Feb 2005

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Saipan Table of Contents Roy Keane & Eamon Dunphy
Saipan Introduction Roy Keane & Cork
Methodology Keane’s Aversion to Being Away From Home
Saipan Conclusions Roy Keane’s Relationship with Ireland
Roy Keane – Mick McCarthy Relationship Roy Keane – Zenith Data Systems Cup
Roy Keane Version of Saipan Incident Roy Keane – Jack Charlton Relationship
Mick McCarthy Version of Saipan Incident 1 Roy Keane’s Flawed Character
Mick McCarthy Version of Saipan Incident 2 Roy Keane’s Good Character
Niall Quinn Version of Saipan Incident Roy Keane – Footballer
Jason McAteer Version of Saipan Incident Roy Keane – Team Captain
Matt Holland Version of Saipan Incident Roy Keane – Family Man
Roy Keane & Saipan – The Backdrop Roy Keane & Faking Injury
Roy Keane & Saipan – The Issues Roy Keane – Bad Boy
Keane / McCarthy Boston Row 1992 Roy Keane – Career Lows
Keane Misses Iran Playoff Game Roy Keane – Red Cards etc
Keane Misses Niall Quinn Testimonial Roy Keane – Cruciate Injury
Countdown to Saipan Incident Roy Keane & Alf-Inge Haaland
Roy Keane Saipan Tirade at Mick McCarthy Roy Keane & Gareth Southgate Red Card
Roy Keane / Tom Humphries Saipan Interview 1 Roy Keane & Alan Shearer Red Card
Keane / Humphries Saipan Interview 2 Roy Keane / Alex Ferguson Relationship 1
Roy Keane / Irish Times Saipan Interview 3 Roy Keane & Sir Alex Ferguson 2
Roy Keane / Paul Kimmage Saipan Interview 1 Roy Keane & Charity
Keane / Kimmage Saipan Interview 2 Roy Keane & Autobiography Contradictions 1
Roy Keane / Sunday Independent Saipan Interview 3 Roy Keane & Contradictions 2
Roy Keane / Tommie Gorman Interview 1 Roy Keane – Integrity
Roy Keane / Tommy Gorman Interview 2 Roy Keane – International Matches
Roy Keane / RTE Interview 3 Roy Keane – Football Record
FAI Involvement in Saipan Affair Roy Keane & Sandwiches
Saipan Reaction of Irish Players Roy Keane – Walker
Mick McCarthy – ‘crap player, crap manager’ Saipan – Pacific Island
Roy Keane / Mick McCarthy Playing Record I Keano – The Musical
Colin Healy – Forgotten Man of Saipan Roy Keane – Football Manager
Saipan Ten Years Later Roy Keane’s Dog Triggs
Roy Keane’s Autobiography Saipan Bibiliography
Roy Keane – View Seven Years After Saipan
Football Quotes about Saipan
Triggs – The Autobiography of Roy Keane’s Dog
Ireland at 2002 World Cup Finals – Irish 2002 World Cup Squad – Irish Group Matches
Ireland V Cameroon – Ireland V Germany – Ireland V Saudi Arabia – Ireland V Spain