The clubs Robbie has played for include Wolverhampton Wanderers, Leeds United, Coventry City, Inter Milan and Tottenham Hotspur. Robbie currently plays for Liverpool.
Roobie does a cartwheel and a forward roll every time he scores a goal.
Robbie's debut for Ireland was against Czech Republic on the 25th of March 1998.
Robbie made his debut for Ireland on the 25th of March 1998 against Czech Republic.
Robbie scored 3 goals in the 2002 World Cup.
Robbie is 5'10" and weighs 11st 7lbs.
Robbie is the cousin of Cardiff City striker, Jason Byrne.
Robbie's squad number is 7.
Robbie's goal celebration was running to one side of the field to perform a round-off to a cartwheel on the pitch, ending on one knee, and then miming the shooting of an arrow with his longbow or to quick-fire pistols rapidly with his hands.
Robbie takes no enjoyment out of scoring against his former clubs, and does not perform the same celebrations out of respect.
Robbie has been involved in transfers totalling £38 million.
Robbie supported Glasgow Celtic as a boy.
Robbie was one of only two players to score a goal against Germany at the 2002 World Cup. The other player being Ronaldo for Brazil in the final.
Robbie has a brother and sister who are twins, Georgina and Gary Keane.
Robbie: It is an exciting time to be at the club and I am looking forward to even better seasons ahead.
Robbie: (On signing his new contract with Spurs) I am just happy it is now signed and I can look forward to a good future. This is a club that is going places.
Robbie: (On his country's international team) We have a great sense of togetherness. It is our team spirit that has taken us to this World Cup.
Robbie: As a kid growing up in the back streets of Dublin I used to pretend I was playing in the World Cup with my mates out on the streets, and now I will be doing it for real.
Robbie: I have felt really settled and happy at Spurs and that is probably one of the reasons I have played the best football of my career here.