Saturday evening saw Neil Warnock reduced to tears as he walked the Cardiff City Stadium pitch, applauding supporters after his side's 2-0 win against Bournemouth.
The past fortnight has been an emotional one for Warnock following the disappearance of Emiliano Sala, the Argentine striker whose plane went missing over the English channel just a day after he had signed for the Premier League club.
Still, Warnock managed to maintain some humour on Saturday evening.
The BBC camera rolling a little bit earlier than he expected, Warnock was heard asking the reporter to relay some words to Gary Lineker.
Warnock said that Lineker had previously referred to him as 'Colin', a reference to a nickname given to him by some: Colin Wanker. The nickname is an anagram of Neil Warnock.
Match of the Day? Tell Gary Lineker to fuck off. Oh, have you caught that on camera? He called me Colin. Can I say ‘I’m Colin here?' You don’t know why I’m Colin do you? Right.
All in jest from Warnock, we're sure.
— Ben (@benjohnson_2010) February 2, 2019