Manchester United Hardman Roy Keane Beats The Living Daylights Out Of Chelsea’s Jose Mourinho
BY now you’ll be wondering what former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has been up. How’s the anger? Are the dogs well?
He’s plugging his second autobiography, The Second Half by banging on about Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho. The Chelsea boss upset Aston Villa’s assistant manager (that’s Keane) by trying to shake his hand before the final whistle. Keane and Villa manager Paul Lambert declined the offer of Mourinho’s hand, preferring to wait until the end of the game. Chelsea won 3-0.
Keane is deeply upset:
“I wasn’t impressed because the game is still going on. It’s disgraceful, I’ve seen him doing it to other managers, it is a disgrace. The game is still going on. You wouldn’t do that on a Sunday morning, you would get knocked out.”
Luckily for Jose, this was Saturday afternoon and tough-man Keane (has anyone ever seen have have an actual fist fight?) elected to just sit still. Mourinho’s legs were saved by a scheduling.
Keane then applies the coup de grace:
“He plays too many games with the media.”
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