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Ipswich boss Keane wants Portsmouth's Kidd as his No2

Ipswich boss Roy Keane is eyeing Portsmouth coach Brian Kidd as his new assistant manager.

Kidd was assistant manager at Manchester United when Keane was captain and is understood to be unhappy with travelling from Manchester to the south coast every day.

Keane has appointed Tony Loughlan as his first-team coach and there is a likelihood he will bring in an assistant manager once he has found his feet at the club.

Keane once tried to attract his former Manchester United coach to work with him while at Sunderland - only for Kidd to join Neil Warnock at Sheffield United instead at the 11th hour.

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