Keane not happy with Mourinho’s premature handshake attempt.
Aston Villa and Ireland assistant manager Roy Keane has branded Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho as “a disgrace”, report the Telegraph, after the Portuguese attempted to shake both Keane and Paul Lambert’s hands ahead of the full-time whistle during Villa’s recent defeat at Stamford Bridge.
Keane was speaking at the launch of his second autobiography, in which he also took a number of swipes at former manager Sir Alex Ferguson, with the Irishman not happy with Mourinho’s actions:
“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.”
Mourinho has made a habit of shaking hands and disappearing down the tunnel ahead of time since returning to the Premier League, apparent because he is anxious to phone his wife and tell her the result.