Five Players Who Shockingly Left World Cup

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Irishman Roy Keane’s already well known disdain for then Ireland boss Mick McCarthy boiled over when the Manchester United star expressed his disgust at the pre-finals training camp organised by the Irish federation (FAI) in Saipan. McCarthy decided to make him speak about his concerns in front of the whole squad which proved to be a humiliating experience for both coach and player. Keane launched into an expletive-ridden tirade at McCarthy and stormed out missed the finals. Midfielder Matt Holland, writing just afterwards in his column for ‘The Independent’ commented: ‘People say Roy Keane went over the top. I would say he overstepped the mark by as far as Bob Beamon did when he broke the long jump world record in Mexico in 1968′. Keane did return to play for Ireland once McCarthy left his post and is now assistant coach.

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The Incredible Sulk

Unhappy at the largely unloved Raymond Domenech’s decision to play him on his own up front for the opener against Mexico, Nicolas Anelka let rip with a Keanesque expletive-filled rant. “I was only insulting someone who the rest of France had already insulted. I would do it again,” an unrepentant Anelka told MetroNews earlier this year. Domenech professed himself to be more shocked by Anelka’s lack of respect than the words but he was sent home once the affair made it into the papers. The French squad infamously went on strike in sympathy and several of them, along with Anelka, were punished afterwards, the striker seeing his international career pretty much ended with an 18 game ban.