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Robbie Keane Was At A Super Bowl Party With Boy George And Deep Purple Amid Rumours They're All Buying Wolves

Robbie Keane Was At A Super Bowl Party With Boy George And Deep Purple Amid Rumours They're All Buying Wolves
By Gavin Cooney Updated

Robbie Keane is quickly becoming the best connected Irishman in the world who doesn't have the surname Healy-Rae.

We discussed this on our daily sports podcast, The Racket:

Martin O'Neill referred to Robbie Keane's preseason prep during the BBC's Super Bowl coverage. We now have a much better what that preparation entails. It turns out Robbie Keane was watching Peyton vs Cam in the company of Boy George and Deep Purple's Glenn Hughes  at the home of former's manager, Paul Kemsley, and the group might have been plotting something big for the Championship.

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From an Irish point of view, these photos are merely further proof of Keane's crusade to shame Hollywood's caption writers. For Wolves fans, however, the photos had a more profound effect.

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An internet rumour surfaced last week that Hughes of Deep Purple - a Wolves fan - was planning on joining up with Keane to purchase the club put up for sale by Steve Morgan last year.

The subsequent photos of Keane and Hughes together sent Wolves fans into speculation mode:

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Hughes has subsequently taken to twitter, and he didn't exactly deny the links with the takeover:

Perhaps the entire thing is simply a case of Hughes trolling Wolves fans, as the 'Smoke on the Water' singer knows there is no smoke without fire. Robbie famously started his career with Wolves and ownership at Molineux would be an incredible place to start his career after football.

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Whether the deal is legit, Keane's Hollywood credentials are clearly on the rise. Things started badly for Robbie in Lipstick City, following the aforementioned captioning snub:

Then, amazingly, it emerged that Keane is distantly related to Smiths' oracle of misery, Morrissey:

Then followed Keane's Wolf of Wall street style Ice Bucket Challenge, where he called out Mickey Rourke and Steve Nash.

 

See Also: What English Fans Need To Know To Properly Get On The Chris Forrester Bandwagon

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