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Roy Keane: Understood to be in the frame
ROY KEANE IN ICELAND LINK
The Icelandic Football Association is on the lookout for a new national team boss - and Roy Keane is reportedly in the frame for a return to management.
The Irishman has been out of the game since being dismissed by Ipswich in January but is now understood to be one of the candidates to replace Olafur Johannesson as Iceland coach.
Johannesson's four-year spell in charge of Iceland is set to come to an end after next month's final Euro 2012 qualifier and the country's FA is keen to get a new man in place.
"Interviews have taken place with a number of coaches," an Icelandic FA spokesman said in the Daily Mirror.
"We're in no hurry because the current coach's contract runs until the end of the qualification campaign, which finishes against Portugal on October 7."
Keane is expected to meet with officials in Reykjavik on Tuesday after reportedly failing to show for talks on Monday.
Former Reading and Crystal Palace manager Steve Coppell has also been linked with the role, along with ex-Sweden boss Lars Lagerback and Stuart Baxter.
Iceland have endured a miserable Euro 2012 qualifying campaign and are currently bottom of Group H with just one point from six games.