All had perfect finales consistent with the high quality of everything that had preceded it. Keane’s goal 30 minutes into his last ever game for the Republic of Ireland proved entirely fitting for a man who has played 146 times for his country, with his 68th international strike taking him level with Gerd Muller in the all-time goalscorers’ list. In truth, the friendly international against Oman was a tame affair and provided no real test for Martin O’Neill’s side before Monday’s World Cup qualifier with Serbia. However, the game showcased Keane’s career perfectly. View photos In the build-up to Keane’s last ever international, former Ireland teammate Stephen Hunt criticised the striker for his selfishness in front of goal, claiming that the Dubliner got all the credit for putting the ball away after other people had done the hard work. With a testimonial atmosphere infecting the fans and the players at the Aviva Stadium, Jon Walters gave up on a clear goalscoring chance to try to get Keane on the scoresheet. That seemed to be the approach of everyone in a green jersey – get the ball to Keane and hope he scores. When the former Tottenham Hotspur striker was in his prime, that was also the approach of his teammates. They knew that if they could give the ball to Keane in the box, it could easily end up in the net. Before his exquisite bit of skill to turn the ball past Faiz Al Rushaidi, Keane also harked back to his past, gesticulating at teammates for not giving the ball in the exact position he wanted, and then muttering to himself when a chip grazed the top of the net. View photos Keane has often been a divisive figure for Irish supporters, with many expecting him to score with each and every opportunity after he burst onto the scene as a 17-year-old full of confidence and cockiness. Similarly, many have accused the striker of being a ‘flat-track bully’, only scoring against the minnows of the world, bloating his goalscoring record with penalties and tap-ins against inferior opposition.
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@TimTebow assesses his baseball workout and comments on his football future. https://t.co/mM7t6MCiGW NFL (@NFL) August 31, 2016 Tim Tebow s NFL career is over, according to Tim Tebow. The former Heisman Trophy winner, who famously completed 47.3 percent of his passes with the Denver Broncos during the 2010 and 2011 seasons and was on a team that won a playoff game, had a Major League Baseball tryout on Tuesday afternoon. http://epicsophieharrison.denaliinstitute.org/2016/08/29/the-growing-challenges-in-medical-student-programsIt reportedly went well at least it went as well as youd expect and while it remains to be seen whether Tebow has a future in baseball, he told NFL Network that his football career has come to an end. After saying he was nervous to go through with the tryout, Tebow claimed that the door was completely closed on football. Tebow said that he still loves football, but also said that he loves hitting baseballs and that hes excited for the pursuit of a career in the majors. He did, however, say that hell always be a part of football in some way. As for how his future looks as a baseball player, one scout graded Tebows raw power, running ability, arm, and glove on a 20-80 scale. Pay special attention to the arm section, which shouldnt come as a surprise to anyone who watched Tebow throw a football. Tim Tebow’s scouting report from today’s MLB showcase FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) August 30, 2016 So as it turns out, Tebow is big and strong, but his footwork isnt great, his delivery is pretty poor, and he doesnt have a cannon for an arm. Where have we heard that one before?
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