Wednesday media watch [04.06.14 AM]: More Keane speculation
Birmingham Mail: Roy Keane will resume discussions with Paul Lambert when he returns from America next week - as former Villa star and Ireland team-mate Tony Cascarino applauded his likely return to the Premier League. The Manchester United legend emerged as a contender for the No.2 job at Villa Park on Monday, after it was revealed he held talks about replacing Ian Culverhouse as assistant manager several weeks ago.
Daily Star: Roy Keane is ready to become Paul Lambert's No.2 at Aston Villa after walking out on another World Cup. Keane, who famously quit Ireland's 2002 World Cup squad following a furious bust-up with Mick McCarthy, has pulled out of his deal to be a pundit in Brazil for ITV.
Mirror: Roy Keane has walked out on ANOTHER World Cup - clearing the way for him to become Aston Villa's assistant manager.
Daily Mail: John Terry could be asked to replace Roy Keane as ITV World Cup pundit if the Irishman quits for a job at Aston Villa.
Best Of The Rest
Daily Mail: Wayne Rooney is now fighting for his place as England head coach Roy Hodgson prepares to play him on the left wing against Ecuador today.
Daily Star: Former Liverpool star Samy Hyypia is in talks with Brighton over the vacant manager's job at the Amex Stadium.
Sky Sports: Mark Schwarzer is delighted that Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho wants him to remain at Stamford Bridge next season.
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