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Blues fans still backing Keane

PUBLISHED: 14:32 22 September 2009 | UPDATED: 14:08 06 July 2010

IPSWICH Town fans are still right behind manager Roy Keane - and prepared to put their money on the line.

Odds on the Blues boss leaving Portman Road this season have contracted in the last week from 3-1 on to 7-4 on.

IPSWICH Town fans are still right behind manager Roy Keane - and prepared to put their money on the line.

Odds on the Blues boss leaving Portman Road this season have contracted in the last week from 3-1 on to 7-4 on.

And supporters' faith in their manager is such that many have taken up 9-4 odds that Keane will stay for the whole campaign.

Mike Triffitt, of Sky Bet, said: “Picking up a point away at Doncaster on Saturday was a step in the right direction.

“Scoring three goals was an encouraging sign and punters evidently still have faith in Roy Keane as our 9-4 for him to see out the season proved extremely popular.”

These odds have now been reduced to 5-4, with Tranmere's John Barnes and Bolton's Gary Megson other managers also considered by Sky Bet to be under pressure.

Barnes is 3-1 on to be the next manager to leave his club with Megson 3-1 against and Keane 6-1 against.

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