Roy Keane has once again been speaking his bleak, hostile mind, this time fondly recalling the time he spent with Carlos Queiroz, his former assistant manager at Manchester United.
While watching Queiroz’s Iran side lose out to Spain as a pundit for ITV, Keane was asked for insight into the Portuguese’s coaching style.
The former responded with a terse and predictably violent anecdote in which he entailed the biggest regret he holds from the pair’s two spells working together – not ripping Queiroz’s head off when he had the chance…
Good coach though.
Pies’ can only speculate as to how many people from Keane’s past he feels the specific regret of not injuring them fatally applies to. Most? All?
Some may be amused by the curmudgeon act on the pundit sofa, but good grief does the permanent sullen demeanour start to grate after a while.