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Roy Keane' Sunderland makes triumphant return to Leeds


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LONDON, Sept 13 (Reuters) - Sunderland manager Roy Keane made a triumphant return to Elland Road on Wednesday as his new team beat Leeds United 3-0 in their second division clash.

The former Manchester United midfielder was given a hot reception by the home fans at a ground he described this week as one of the most hostile venues he had ever played in.

His team took the pressure off their manager, though, as goals by Liam Miller, Graham Kavanagh and Stephen Elliot put the visitors firmly in control by the 48th minute.

Sunderland jumped eight places to 14th with nine points from seven games, while Leeds dropped four spots to replace their opponents in the bottom three as they remained on seven points. The win should help Keane forget painful memories of Elland Road, which was where he damaged his cruciate in September 1997 with Manchester United as he tried to foul Alf Inge Haaland. The Irishman was sidelined for nine months.

In April 2001 he exacted his revenge on Haaland by inflicting serious knee ligament damage on the Norwegian at Old Trafford.

Source: Reuters

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In April 2001 he exacted his revenge on Haaland by inflicting serious knee ligament damage on the Norwegian at Old Trafford.

Source: Reuters

You need to remove that part as he was found not guilty of that.

That is liable.

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