Robbie Keane

Where is Robbie Keane now?

Former Premier League striker Robbie Keane retired from playing in 2018 after a spell playing for Indian side ATK.

Starting his career at Wolverhampton Wanderers in 1997, he went onto make 737 professional appearances and scoring 325 goals for 11 teams including spells in the United States with LA Galaxy and Italy with Inter Milan.

A three-times MLS Cup winner and a League Cup winner with Spurs, Keane won a number of individual honours including the FAI Young International Player of the Year twice, Tottenham Hotspur’s Player of the Year three times and LA Galaxy’s MVP four years running.

He was also an important member of the Republic of Ireland national side between 1998 and 2016 winning a record 146 caps and scoring a record 68 goals.

 
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Having already gained his UEFA A license in 2016 whilst still an active player, Keane joined the Ireland national setup in 2018 as part of Mick McCarthy’s backroom staff but left in April 2020 upon the appointment of Stephen Kenny.

In June 2019 he joined former team-mate Jonathan Woodgate as assistant manager at Middlesbrough but the pair only lasted a year before they were sacked with the side languishing near the bottom of the league and fighting for Championship survival.

Back to Coventry City / Leeds United / Tottenham Hotspur


Robbie Keane: Premier League Statistics

NationalityRepublic of Ireland
PositionStriker
Appearances349
Goals Scored126
Yellow Cards17
Red Cards2
Premier League Teams Played forAston Villa, Coventry City, Liverpool, Leeds United, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com