Keane would give medal away

07 February 2009 10:34
Robbie Keane says he would give away his Premier League winners' medal if Liverpool go on to claim this year's title.[LNB] Keane rejoined Spurs in a £12million deal before the winter transfer window closed following an indifferent six-month spell at Anfield.[LNB]The former Leeds marksman qualifies for a winners' medal having played in 16 league matches for Liverpool.[LNB]The Reds remain in with a good chance of ending their title drought, but the 28-year-old has no thoughts of what silverware he could receive from the club - only how Spurs get on between now and the summer.[LNB]Give it away"My brother is a Liverpool fan so I'd probably give it to him," he said when asked what he would do with his winners' medal if the Reds claim the Premier League crown.[LNB]"The way I look at it is that a medal means something when you are a part of the squad and involved in winning a trophy.[LNB]"When you are in and out of the squad and not involved in games, there are times when you don't feel part of it. [LNB]"Next month's Carling Cup final means more to me because I'm a Tottenham player now, even though I can't play. [LNB]"Liverpool is gone. It's the past. What happens there now is not my problem."[LNB]Catch Spurs in action against North London rivals Arsenal on Sunday live on Sky Sports 1 and HD 1.[LNB]

Source: SKY_Sports