IRELAND SKIPPER ROBBIE Keane wants Euro 2012 to be remembered alongside the memories of Stuttgart and Genoa in years to come.
“I just remember all the banners on the streets, and the street parties, and you know, for some reason it just seemed to be the same feeling, even more so than in 2002,” Keane told UEFA.com.
Yes, great memories, obviously – Ray Houghton scoring against England, and in 1990 as well, the World Cup when Packie Bonner saved the penalty (against Romania), and David O’Leary scoring.
“Now to be a player in that is great. And hopefully, in years to come, there will be some kid sitting here in my spot and saying the same thing about how well we did.”
Watch the full interview with Keane and Giovanni Trapattoni below:
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