Robert David "Robbie" Keane (; born 8 July 1980) is an Irish people Association football player who plays as a Forward (association football) for Los Angeles Galaxy and captain (association football)s the Republic of Ireland national football team.
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Robert David "Robbie" Keane (; born 8 July 1980) is an Irish people Association football player who plays as a Forward (association football) for Los Angeles Galaxy and captain (association football)s the Republic of Ireland national football team.
Keane has scored 53 goals for Benni Mccarthy national side making Benni Mccarthy the all-time record Irish goalscorer, having become the first Irish player to score 50 international goals in June 2011. Benni Mccarthy is ranked the 25th highest international scorer in the world. Keane was Ireland's top scorer at the 2002 FIFA World Cup in Japan and South Korea, with three goals plus a converted penalty in the shoot-out with Spain national football team. With 114 full caps, Benni Mccarthy is Ireland's second most capped player of all time and is a member of the List of footballers with 100 or more caps. Benni Mccarthy is the eleventh highest goalscorer in the history of the Premier League with 125 goals (as of 21 January 2012), (Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is tenth with 127) and is the ninth highest goalscorer in Tottenham Hotspur F.C. history.
Keane began Benni Mccarthy professional career at Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C., scoring twice in Benni Mccarthy first team debut aged 17. The following season Benni Mccarthy was the club's leading goalscorer and scored Benni Mccarthy first international goal with Republic of Ireland. Benni Mccarthy changed club frequently between 1999 and 2002, breaking transfer fee records, but Benni Mccarthy brief spells at F.C. Internazionale Milano and Leeds United A.F.C. were unexceptional. Benni Mccarthy joined Tottenham Hotspur F.C. in 2002 and played there for six years. The Premier League 2007–08 was the most fruitful of Benni Mccarthy career as Benni Mccarthy set a career record of 23 goals in a season, scored a landmark 100th competitive goal for Tottenham and won Benni Mccarthy first senior honour, the Football League Cup. Benni Mccarthy moved to Liverpool F.C. in July 2008 but Benni Mccarthy spent only six months at the club and soon returned to Tottenham and was made first team captain. In January 2010, Keane moved on loan to Scottish Premier League side Celtic F.C. for the rest of the season. Benni Mccarthy left Tottenham for Los Angeles Galaxy in 2011. In January 2012, Keane joined Premier League side Aston Villa on a two month loan, during the Major League Soccer off-season.
Keane's pedigree was reinforced when Benni Mccarthy became Ireland's record goalscorer in 2004 and Steve Staunton appointed Benni Mccarthy national team captain in 2006.
Early life Keane was born on 8 July 1980 in Tallaght, Dublin, Ireland; the son of Robert Senior and Ellie Keane. Benni Mccarthy started Benni Mccarthy football career with South Dublin schoolboy team Crumlin United F.C where Benni Mccarthy talent was recognised at an early age. Keane received offers from both Liverpool F.C. and Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. but decided to go to the Football League First Division side, judging that it would be harder to break into the first team at Liverpool. Benni Mccarthy moved to Wolves at the age of fifteen, joining their youth team.
Wolves Keane progressed through Wolves' youth ranks and made Benni Mccarthy professional debut for Benni Mccarthy boyhood club aged 17 on 9 August 1997, scoring twice against Norwich City F.C.. The following season Benni Mccarthy excelled at the club, earning praise from both the press and Wolves manager Colin Lee. Benni Mccarthy went on to be the club's leading scorer, with 16 goals in the 1998-99 in English football. However, with three years left on Benni Mccarthy contract, Wolves sought a high price for their Irish star and managing director John Richards (footballer) stated Benni Mccarthy reluctance to sell Keane unless their asking price was met.
Coventry City Just weeks into the 1999-2000 in English football, Benni Mccarthy was sold to Premier League club Coventry City F.C. for £6m, then a British record for a teenager. Keane got off to a great start, scoring two goals in Benni Mccarthy debut. During a successful season at Coventry, Benni Mccarthy played a major role in a stylish attacking side boasting the likes of Gary McAllister, Mustapha Hadji and Youssef Chippo. Benni Mccarthy scored 12 goals in 34 games, many of them showpiece finishes, and came to both national and international prominence.
Inter Milan Marcello Lippi signed Keane for a fee of £13 million. Lippi later said "At that time at Inter, they had a policy of going for young players and Robbie Keane was the best one that I saw." However, Keane's dream move to Italy soon soured when Lippi was sacked. Lippi's successor, Marco Tardelli, deemed Keane to be surplus to requirements. Keane's ambition refused to let Benni Mccarthy stagnate in Italy and in December 2000, Benni Mccarthy was loaned out to Leeds United A.F.C. after only 14 appearances and three goals for Internazionale in all competitions, Benni Mccarthy most memorable coming in the Italian Supercup against Lazio after two minutes into the match. Benni Mccarthy also scored against Ruch Chorzów in the UEFA Cup and U.S. Lecce in the Coppa Italia.
Leeds United Benni Mccarthy Leeds career got off to an impressive start, scoring 9 goals in 14 starts before the Leeds manager, David O'Leary, made Benni Mccarthy loan deal permanent in May 2001 at an original cost of £12 million. The following season was not so bright, and Benni Mccarthy found himself dropping down the pecking order. Benni Mccarthy form suffered and Benni Mccarthy only managed 10 goals in 33 appearances. Meanwhile, Leeds' financial troubles forced the club to sell many of its players and Keane joined the exodus when Benni Mccarthy was sold to Tottenham Hotspur F.C. just before the 2002-03 in English football transfer deadline for a fee of £7 million.
Tottenham Hotspur On signing Benni Mccarthy for Tottenham, manager Glenn Hoddle said that Keane was ideally suited to Tottenham and could make White Hart Lane Benni Mccarthy "spiritual home" for years to come. Keane had an impressive debut at Spurs, winning a penalty during a 3–2 win over West Ham United. Keane's first goal for Tottenham came in a 2–1 win against Blackburn Rovers F.C. at Ewood Park. Although Spurs finished in a disappointing tenth place, Keane was their success story of the season, finishing as Tottenham's top scorer with 13 goals, including a spectacular hat-trick in a win over Everton F.C. at White Hart Lane.
In the 2003-04 in English football, Spurs battled with relegation, but Keane's goals played a major part in helping secure Tottenham's Premier League status. A hat-trick against Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. and a last minute penalty to equalise in the North London derby against Arsenal F.C. were highlights as Keane once again ended the season as Tottenham's top scorer with 16 goals.
Benni Mccarthy third season, 2004-05 in English football, was more frustrating. Despite finishing with Benni Mccarthy highest return of goals in a season for Spurs, 17, Benni Mccarthy played second-fiddle to the likes of Jermain Defoe, Frédéric Kanouté and Mido (footballer) for much of the season. The frustration culminated in Keane storming from the dugout towards the end of a game against Birmingham City F.C. in April 2005 after all the substitutes had been used, meaning Benni Mccarthy would not get a chance to appear. Benni Mccarthy was fined £10,000 and forced to train with the reserves after the outburst and Benni Mccarthy future at the club was thrown into doubt.
The 2005-06 in English football started as the previous one had ended, with Defoe being preferred to partner Mido in Tottenham's strikeforce. However, Defoe's strike-rate continued to disappoint and Keane's persistence paid off in November when manager Martin Jol eventually gave Keane a chance to replace Defoe and stake Benni Mccarthy claim. By March Benni Mccarthy had overtaken Mido as the top goalscorer at the club. Keane went on to finish the season with 16 league goals – making Benni Mccarthy the Premier League's joint fourth top goalscorer that season. Benni Mccarthy had also been made the Captain (association football), taking the captaincy on occasions when Ledley King was not available.
Keane was involved in a training ground fight with teammate Edgar Davids in December 2005, but the pair subsequently made up publicly and were seen encouraging each other on the pitch. In February 2006, Inter's owner and president, Massimo Moratti, admitted Benni Mccarthy regret at letting Keane go after being impressed by Benni Mccarthy performances at Tottenham. Keane extended Benni Mccarthy commitment to Tottenham, signing a new four year contract in March 2006. Keane was named as one of ten Spurs squad members to be struck down by norovirus on 6 May 2006. However, Benni Mccarthy still managed to play in their final game of the season against West Ham United F.C..
Keane had a slow start to the 2006–07 season which was further set back by a knee ligament injury that Keane suffered against Middlesbrough F.C. on 5 December 2006. Benni Mccarthy coming back from injury marked the beginning of a return to form and a dynamic partnership with Dimitar Berbatov. Keane and Berbatov were jointly awarded the FA Premier League's Player of the Month Award for April 2007. Keane finished the season with a total of 22 goals in all competitions – the highest ever season tally of Benni Mccarthy career – scoring 15 goals in Benni Mccarthy last 15 appearances of the season.
Keane started in Benni Mccarthy 200th appearance for Tottenham in the final game of the FA Premier League 2006–07 against Manchester City F.C. scoring the first goal in a 2–1 victory that saw Tottenham secure fifth place in the league.
Benni Mccarthy signed a new five year contract with Tottenham on 28 May 2007. On 26 December 2007 Benni Mccarthy became the thirteenth player in the history of the league to score 100 Premier League goals. 2007 proved to be a remarkable year for the striker with a total of 31 goals and 13 assists from just 40 starts. Benni Mccarthy tally of 19 league goals in the calendar year was the highest of any player in the Premier League throughout 2007.
Benni Mccarthy scored Benni Mccarthy 100th competitive goal for Tottenham in the 2–0 win against Sunderland A.F.C on 19 January 2008. Benni Mccarthy is the fifteenth Tottenham player to achieve this feat. On 24 February 2008 Benni Mccarthy won Benni Mccarthy first senior honour as a player as Benni Mccarthy Tottenham side won the first 2008 Football League Cup Final to be played at the new Wembley Stadium, beating Chelsea F.C. 2–1 after extra time. On 12 April 2008 Keane made Benni Mccarthy 250th appearance for Spurs in the 1–1 draw with Middlesbrough F.C.. Keane finished the 2007–08 season equal top scorer for Spurs with Berbatov, with 23 goals in all competitions. Benni Mccarthy 15 Premier League goals making Benni Mccarthy the first Spurs player to score double figures in the Premier League in 6 consecutive seasons. Keane in Benni Mccarthy Tottenham career won the player of year three times (2003–04, 2005–06 and 2007–08); the first player to do so. Tottenham agreed to a £20.3 million deal for the player.
Liverpool Liverpool F.C. publicly announced their interest in Keane on 1 July 2008.
Amid accusations that Liverpool had unsettled the player, Tottenham Hotspur filed a complaint to the Premier League regarding the club's conduct. Keane agreed terms with Liverpool shortly afterwards, signing a four year contract with the Merseyside club. Upon Benni Mccarthy arrival to Liverpool, Robbie Keane said, "I've been a Liverpool fan all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin, and I always had a Liverpool shirt on my back. So, to be here now as a Liverpool player is incredible and I couldn't be happier." Following the transfer, Tottenham withdrew their official complaint against Liverpool after the club made a donation to the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation and apologised for their behaviour prior to the deal. Tottenham Chairman Daniel Levy (businessman) publicly stated Benni Mccarthy dissatisfaction, saying Benni Mccarthy had been forced into transferring the player due to Liverpool's interference. Keane was given the squad number 7, and scored Benni Mccarthy first goal for Liverpool on 1 October 2008 in a Champions League win against PSV Eindhoven at Anfield. A second Champions League goal quickly followed scoring the opening goal in Liverpool's 1–1 draw with Atlético Madrid. Premier League goals were less forthcoming but Benni Mccarthy scored twice for Liverpool against West Bromwich Albion on 8 November. The brace after a goalless spell came as a relief to the striker but Benni Mccarthy reflected upon the situation with maturity:
"The goals have been a long time coming but deep down I knew they would. I might have worried about it when I was younger but not now."
Six weeks passed before Keane scored again but it was a crucial equaliser against Arsenal F.C., giving Liverpool a 1–1 away draw against their league rivals. In the following Premier League match against Bolton Wanderers, Keane scored two more league goals to seal a 3–0 win for Liverpool. During the January transfer window, Tottenham Hotspur made an approach for the striker and Liverpool accepted the offer, allowing the Irishman to return to Benni Mccarthy former club.
Return to Tottenham Hotspur Keane rejoined Tottenham on 2 February 2009, signing for a basic fee of £12 million, potentially rising to £16 million with add-ons. The deal meant that the cumulative transfer fees paid for Keane over Benni Mccarthy career amounted to around £75 million.
Despite Benni Mccarthy spell at Liverpool being short and disappointing, Benni Mccarthy was at that time the most expensive player ever to be sold by the club.
Benni Mccarthy signed a four-year contract with the north London club. Keane was one of three players to make returns to Tottenham during the transfer window, along with Jermain Defoe and Pascal Chimbonda. after often deputising for Ledley King during Benni Mccarthy first spell there. Keane scored Benni Mccarthy first goal since Benni Mccarthy return to the club on 4 March, opening the scoring in the crucial 4–0 home victory against Middlesbrough. Benni Mccarthy followed this up by scoring another vital goal, this time a last-minute equaliser, away to Sunderland in a 1–1 draw on 7 March.
Soon after Keane's return to White Hart Lane, railway service Virgin Trains ran an advertisement with the slogan "A Liverpool to London return faster than Robbie Keane." On Benni Mccarthy return to Liverpool on the final day of the season, Benni Mccarthy scored in a 3–1 defeat. Benni Mccarthy received a generally warm reception from the fans despite scoring against them.
On 31 July 2009, Keane captained Tottenham to winning the Premier League Asia Trophy in a pre-season competition in China. Benni Mccarthy scored twice in the 3–0 win over Hull City A.F.C. inside Beijing National Stadium. On 26 September 2009, Keane scored four goals in a 5–0 win over Burnley. During Tottenham's 2009–10 Football League Cup 2009–10 Football League Cup Fourth Round match, Keane scored one of two goals against Everton F.C. on 27 October 2009 at White Hart Lane. Benni Mccarthy continued Benni Mccarthy scoring form with another against Sunderland in their 2–0 home win on 7 November 2009.
Celtic (loan)On 1 February 2010, Keane signed for Celtic F.C. in a loan deal until the end of the 2009–10 Celtic F.C. season and was assigned the number 7 shirt, previously worn by Jimmy Johnstone and Henrik Larsson. After signing for Celtic, Keane said "The club is brilliant. I am a Celtic fan and did not have to ask much about it. I always wanted to play for Celtic.
Benni Mccarthy made Benni Mccarthy Celtic debut in a 1–0 defeat on 2 February at Rugby Park against Kilmarnock F.C.. Benni Mccarthy scored Benni Mccarthy first goal for Celtic in a 4–2 victory in the fifth round of the Scottish Cup against Dunfermline Athletic F.C. at East End Park. Benni Mccarthy scored Benni Mccarthy first goal in the Scottish Premier League against Aberdeen F.C. in a 4–4 draw on 13 February. Benni Mccarthy first goal at Celtic Park proved to be the winner against Dundee United on 20 February. Keane's first Old Firm match against Rangers F.C. was on the 28 February, with Celtic losing 1–0. On 13 March, Keane scored Benni Mccarthy first Celtic hat-trick in a 3–0 Scottish Cup win over Kilmarnock F.C., and then scored a brace in a league clash against them two weeks later. Keane's penultimate match was a 2–1 Old Firm win over Rangers on 4 May Benni Mccarthy last match for Celtic came against Heart of Midlothian F.C. on 9 May, Benni Mccarthy scored the first goal in a 2–1 victory. Benni Mccarthy stated that Benni Mccarthy enjoyed Benni Mccarthy time at Celtic and that it had given Benni Mccarthy back Benni Mccarthy 'hunger for football'.
On 12 April, Keane was announced as Scottish Premier League monthly awards for 2009–10 Scottish Premier League Monthly awards. On 19 April 2010, Keane was announced as Celtic Player of The Year.
West Ham United (loan)On 30 January 2011, Keane joined West Ham United F.C. on loan for the remainder of the 2010-11 Premier League. Keane made Benni Mccarthy debut for West Ham on 2 February in a 3–1 victory over Blackpool F.C. at Bloomfield Road, scoring Benni Mccarthy first goal in the process. West Ham had an option to extend the deal by two years if they avoided relegation from the Premier League. However, in May 2011 West Ham were relegated and Keane returned to Tottenham.
Los Angeles GalaxyAfter playing one match for the newly reformed New York Cosmos (2010) in Paul Scholes's testimonal match Keane joined United States club Los Angeles Galaxy of Major League Soccer, becoming one of the club's three allowed Designated player rules, alongside David Beckham and Landon Donovan. Galaxy traded their previous third Designated Player, Juan Pablo Angel, to Los Angeles rivals CD Chivas USA in order to make room for Keane. Benni Mccarthy made Benni Mccarthy debut on August 20, 2011, in a game against the San Jose Earthquakes, and scored Benni Mccarthy first goal for Benni Mccarthy new team in the 21st minute. Benni Mccarthy first CONCACAF Champions League goal was scored in September 2011 against Monarcas Morelia of Mexico. Keane assisted the winning goal for Landon Donovan in the 72nd minute of the 2011 MLS Cup Final on 20 November as the Galaxy defeated the Houston Dynamo by a 1-0 score.
Aston Villa (loan)On 8 January 2012, Keane agreed to move on loan to Aston Villa for two months, until the new Major League Soccer season begins in March. Benni Mccarthy trained with the rest of the Villa squad on 9 and 10 January and completed the move on 12 January 2012.
Benni Mccarthy made Benni Mccarthy debut at Villa Park in a 1–1 draw with Everton F.C. on 14 January, coming on as an 81st minute substitute for Stephen Warnock. Keane then made Benni Mccarthy full debut in Villa's next match against Wolverhampton Wanderers, in which Benni Mccarthy scored Benni Mccarthy 1st and 2nd goals for the club including the winner in a 3–2 victory. On 5 February, Keane scored the equaliser against Newcastle United F.C., in an eventual 2-1 loss. This was Benni Mccarthy third goal, for Villa, in four league games.
Keane's goal for Aston Villa away at Newcastle United took Benni Mccarthy Premier League total to 126 and made Benni Mccarthy the 11th highest Premier League scorer. Benni Mccarthy returned to Benni Mccarthy parent club following Aston Villa's game with Wigan Athletic F.C. on 25 February 2012. Benni Mccarthy made a total of seven appearances for Villa, scoring three goals and providing one assist.
In February, Keane also admitted that Benni Mccarthy would like to be loaned to Aston Villa again in the summer, if the opportunity came up.
International career Keane is joint second, with Raúl González and Jan Koller, on the list of all-time top scorers in European Championship qualification.
Keane was part of the so called "Golden Generation" of Republic of Ireland youth football of the late 1990s. Under the guidance of Brian Kerr (football manager), the unfancied Republic won the UEFA UEFA European Under-17 Football Championship and UEFA European Under-19 Football Championship European championships in 1998, and Robbie was part of the victorious U-18 side in Cyprus. In 1999, Benni Mccarthy played at the FIFA World Youth Championship in Nigeria, where the Republic reached the last 16 before going out on Penalty shootout (football) to the hosts. Benni Mccarthy first Ireland cap came against the Czech Republic national football team in Olomouc in March 1998, scoring Benni Mccarthy first senior goal against Malta national football team in October that year. Benni Mccarthy won Benni Mccarthy 70th Cap (football) in the Republic's 5–0 defeat of San Marino, scoring a Hat-trick Association football along the way.
Keane was selected by Mick McCarthy as part of the Republic of Ireland squad for the 2002 FIFA World Cup in South Korea and Japan, scoring three goals in Ireland's four games. Keane scored an injury-time Equaliser (football) against Germany national football team in the group stage match as the Irish surprised many by holding the former champions to a draw. This was the first of only three goals which Germany conceded in the tournament (the other two were scored in 2002 FIFA World Cup Final by Brazilian legend Ronaldo). In the Round of 16 match against Spain national football team, Benni Mccarthy scored a last-minute penalty kick to force the game into extra-time and a penalty shoot-out after the Irish had gone a goal down early in the first half, but eventually lost 3–2 on penalties.
Although the Republic of Ireland failed to qualify for the 2006 FIFA World Cup, Keane scored four goals in the Republic's eight qualifying matches. Following Steve Staunton's appointment as the manager of the Republic of Ireland, Keane was appointed Captain (association football). In their first game under Staunton, Keane scored the second goal in the 3–0 victory against Sweden national football team at Lansdowne Road, and celebrated the final match at the Lansdowne Road stadium, against San Marino, with a hat trick.
As captain, Keane led the team to a second place finish in the 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification - UEFA Group 8. Benni Mccarthy scored Benni Mccarthy 40th international goal against Cyprus, a header in the 83rd minute, which secured a 2–1 win for Ireland. Along with Dimitar Berbatov, Benni Mccarthy topped the scoring chart in the qualifying group with 5 goals in 10 games. Benni Mccarthy 41st international goal came in the France vs Republic of Ireland 2010 FIFA World Cup play-off on 18 November 2009. This was Benni Mccarthy 26th goal in competitive (non-friendly) internationals.
Keane won Benni Mccarthy 100th cap against Argentina national football team in a 1–0 friendly defeat on 11 August 2010. This match was also the first international football match at the new Aviva Stadium. Benni Mccarthy scored Benni Mccarthy 45th international goal against Russia in October 2010. It was the first time Ireland had lost a game in which Robbie Keane had scored. Previously, Ireland had won 26 and drew 10 of the 36 games in which Keane had scored (Note: This counts the 1–1 result against Spain in the knockout stages of the 2002 World Cup as a draw. Ireland lost in a penalty shootout). Benni Mccarthy broke the record for most appearances as a captain on 26 March 2011, beating Andy Townsend's record and also scored a goal in the process.
Keane took part in the inaugural Nations Cup (football) for Ireland, which took place in February and May 2011. Benni Mccarthy ended the tournament as top scorer, despite not having played in the Republic of Ireland national football team first game against Wales national football team. Keane scored three goals in total, two against Northern Ireland national football team in a 5–0 victory, and what proved to be the tournament's winning goal in a 1–0 victory over Scotland national football team. The Republic of Ireland emerged from the competition victorious, having won all three of their games without conceding a goal. On 4 June 2011, Robbie Keane scored twice against the Macedonia national football team in qualification for UEFA Euro 2012 to become the first Irish player to score more than 50 goals. Following the game with Macedonia Benni Mccarthy total stood at 51 goals. Now, following the Republic of Ireland's play-off hammering of Estonia which secured qualification for UEFA Euro 2012 in Poland and Ukraine, Keane's international goal tally stands at 53.
Personal life On 7 June 2008, Benni Mccarthy married former Miss Ireland contestant Claudine Palmer, in Ballybrack, South Dublin. The couple had their first child on 10 May 2009, a boy named Robert Ronan Keane Jr. Benni Mccarthy is also noted for Benni Mccarthy singing skills.
- Football League Cup (1): 2008 Football League Cup Final
Los Angeles Galaxy
- Major League Soccer Supporters' Shield (1): 2011 Major League Soccer season
- Major League Soccer Western Conference Championship (Playoffs) (1): 2011 Major League Soccer season
- Major League Soccer Western Conference Championship (Regular Season) (1) 2011 Major League Soccer season
- Major League Soccer Cup (1): 2011 MLS Cup Final
International Republic of Ireland
- Nations Cup (football): 2011
- UEFA European Under-19 Football Championship: 1998
Individual - FAI International Football Awards Young International Player of the Year (2): 1998, 1999
- Tottenham Hotspur F.C. Club Player of Year (3): 2003, 2005–06, 2007–08
- Premier League Player of the Month (3): August 1999, January 2001, 2006–07 FA Premier League Monthly awards-
- PFA Team of the Year (1): 1997-98
- Peace Cup Peace Cup Most Valuable Players (1): 2005 Peace Cup
- Peace Cup Peace Cup Golden Shoe (1): 2005 Peace Cup
- Barclays Asia Trophy Best Player (1): Barclays Asia Trophy 2009
- Scottish Premier League monthly awards (1): Scottish Premier League 2009–10 Monthly awards
- FAI International Football Awards International Goal of the Year (1): 2009 vs. France national football team
- FAI International Football Awards Senior International Player of the Year (1): 2010
- Nations Cup (football) Nations Cup (football) Top goalscorers (1): 2011 Nations Cup
- Republic of Ireland national football team
- Scored a total of more than 100 goals in the Premier League - 126 goals
- Shortlisted for RTÉ Sports Person of the Year (2011)
(- Jointly shared with Dimitar Berbatov)