Triggs RIP!!

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  1. Sep 10, 2010
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    Ringo 07 Full Member

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    This is sad news for our club seem as this dog played a big role in giving Keane the emotional support he needed as a player for us which helped make him the great player he was!!:D

    Roy Keane's dog Triggs dies | Mail Online

    Roy Keane is mourning the passing of his dog Triggs.
    The golden labrador has been a constant companion for the Republic of Ireland legend.
    Keane, now boss of Ipswich, famously took Triggs for walks - followed by a mass of journalists - on his return home from the 2002 World Cup, when he walked out after a blazing row with Mick McCarthy.
    Never one for meeting his team-mates away from the pitch or training HQ, Keane trusted his dog more than his fellow players.
    Triggs passed away at the age of nine after a battle with cancer.
    A source was quoted in The Sun as saying: 'Roy has lost his best friend. Triggs has been a calming influence on him over the years. This news will have the Ipswich players panicking.'


    Read more: Roy Keane's dog Triggs dies | Mail Online
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    Erics_Collar Full Member

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    He's actually not dead, just very sick.
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    WeasteDevil Full Member

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    No it didn't! What the feck is this doing in the United forum?
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    Kelvin Banned

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    this should be in the general chat....
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    Randall Flagg Worst of the best

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    What about Phil?
    This was front page news of the Irish Sun today.
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    charleysurf Obnoxious, abusive bellend who is best ignored

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    Yeah, slow fecking news day.
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    Dwazza Van Hernandez A Special Kind of Hipster

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    Awful for his family. That's very sad news.
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    Redrage Full Member

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    Damn! This is awful.
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    Joey Mac Full Member

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    No news is good news.
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    Devilton Banned

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    A dog dying isn't news, and it's got nothing to do with united.
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    Moston Red Formerly Giggs1973

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    I was devastated when my dog died..still not over it now..sniff sniff
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    Dwazza Van Hernandez A Special Kind of Hipster

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    I'm sure Roy Keane will beg to differ as to its importance and he's a fans favourite.
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    WireRed Full Member

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    You are Mary Bale and I claim my £5 :smirk:
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    Big-Red Tall angry ginger drunk who wishes he was Maagge

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    The Herald had a story of a girl who was banned from her debs a few days ago on the front :confused::confused:

    Slow news week...
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    Chorley1974 Lady Ole

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    we can sympathise, but get it in the general
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    Forever Red Full Member

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    Ken Dodds Dads dog died too .............. apparently :smirk:
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    77 Full Member

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    I had to have my little pug Eric put to sleep a couple of month back. RIP Triggs. A legend's dog.
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    OldRed1 Full Member

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    I had my little 17 year old (25/4/1995 - 26/5/2012) Maxie put to sleep on Saturday, still upset.
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    KingEric7 Conspiracy enthusiast

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    It obviously didn't put the required effort in. Saw him walking it round Hale a few times - didn't rate it as a dog, to be honest.
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    padzilla Hipster

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    Sorry to hear that, funny how they become part of the family.
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