Robbie Keane returned to LA as a manager

Robbie Keane is poised to return to LA Galaxy as the club’s new manager four years after saying goodbye to the MLS giants.

According to a report in the Irish Sunshine, Keane will replace Guillermo Barros Schelotto, who was sacked as the club’s manager after a poor result.

LA Galaxy is at the end of the Western Conference with just four full season wins and is in the middle of a six game loss.

According to the report, Keane has already identified the staff in his back room to help him out at the club where he spent five seasons as a player.

Keane scored 83 goals in 125 goals for the MLS club and helped them achieve a period of league dominance when he won three MLS trophies in his day.

The 40-year-old was part of Mick McCarthy’s coaching staff during his second term in Ireland but was left behind when Stephen Kenny took over earlier this year.

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