You'd get knocked out on a Sunday morning! Keane blasts Jose over handshake
No one's safe from Roy Keane's ire these days.
Fresh from delivering broadsides at former manager Sir Alex Ferguson, Alf-Inge Haaland - the former Manchester City player Keane deliberately injured - and several others who dared to trod on his toes in his new autobiography titled The Second Half, the fiery Irishman now has an axe to grind with Jose Mourinho.
The former Manchester United captain - now an assistant to Paul Lambert at Aston Villa - brought his full arsenal to bear on the Chelsea boss after the Portuguese attempted to shake hands with Villa's coaching staff ahead of the final whistle during their English Premier League clash on Sept 27.
Speaking at the launch of The Second Half at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, the fiery Irishman said: "I don't mind all that (Mourinho's mind games) but the game is still going on.
"It's disgraceful. I've seen him doing it to other managers - it is a disgrace.
"You wouldn't do that on a Sunday morning, you would get knocked out."
When pressed further if he thought Mourinho's actions were disrespectful or arrogant, the ex-Ireland midfield general - presumably filling his voice with all the disdain he could muster - said: "What do you think? That's a stupid question. Yeah."