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 n.— «Roy Keane has been labelled a “rent-a-quote” manager by former Ireland midfielder Eamon Dunphy. “I know Roy well and he hated all that manager-speak,” Dunphy said. “Now he holds these lengthy press conferences. It’s sad to see Roy bullshitting but there you go, it happens.”» —“Today in the Premier League” by James Mariner Independent (United Kingdom) Feb. 13, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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