Town boss Keane involved in row with unhappy fans
UNDER-fire Ipswich Town boss Roy Keane was involved in a spat with Blues supporters following his team’s 1-0 defeat to Nottingham Forest.
The Irishman gestured to fans who had vented their frustration at another under-par performance as he walked towards the Portman Road tunnel at the final whistle yesterday.
One steward said Keane had been ushered away after reacting to the protests of a number of disgruntled supporters in the Britannia Stand.
Another witness, who had been sitting in the family enclosure, said a scuffle broke out among pro and anti-Keane supporters soon after.
Yesterday’s defeat saw Town slip to within three points of the relegation zone.
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