Keane ready for clear out

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Ipswich manager Roy Keane has admitted that some of the side who featured in the 2-0 defeat at West Brom at the weekend have played their last game for the club.

Keane was incensed by the defeat at the Hawthorns which would have been a lot more damning if goalkeeper Richard Wright had not turned in an inspired performance.

Keane refused to name names, but said: "There are one or two who played at the weekend who will never play for me again. Eventually you have to make a decision and I don't like what I have been seeing."

He added: "This is not just based on Saturday but on the end of last season and pre-season as well.

"You can't keep waiting and you have to say enough is enough. And it's not personal - it is just time to move on.

"You can't keep doing the same things every week and not get a result."

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