So Jose Mourinho tried to shake Roy Keane and Paul Lambert's hands before the end of Chelsea's match with Aston Villa, which irked Keane so much that he branded him a disgrace; to which Mourinho responded by saying that Keane was a polite man and he would take his comments on board. But then Mourinho had a change of heart and implied that Keane was taking such offence because he's on a media love-in to help sell his book...
Well now Mr Keane has hit back again and called Mourinho disgraceful for a second time, and added he would react the same way to any manager who acted like the Portuguese did. Keane told the London Evening Standard 'I saw his response and I just thought he had a week to prepare his answer and I thought he would come up with a better answer than that.'
Keane then digressed into the world of next-generation robotics:
It has got nothing to do with the book. You shake hands with someone at the end of the game. I think it was disgraceful. Do you think I am some sort of robot on a PR trip to sell books?
After reiterating that his behaviour was disgraceful, Keane added ' I think he said the other day he would do it again and that's fine. I have no control over him.'
What a time to be alive. This getting a bit old now though. Maybe they should just shake on it?... I'll see myself out.
Via: London Evening Standard Hat-tip: Independent.ie