The cold war between Roy Keane with Sir Alex Ferguson seems to continue. Latest, the former Manchester United captain's failure to criticize his former manager about stepping from the Champions League group phase.
Disputes between the Fergie revealed after Keane resigned from Old Trafford and join Glasgow Celtic. He was then refused to join in the events 25 years of coaching Fergie at Man. United.
"I can just come and sit as if everything is extraordinary. Fergie will surely come and the public will stand up and applaud. But, I can not like it," Keane told The Sunday Times.
"He probably had a good managerial reputation. But, without a player like me, Fergie may not have a record of exceptional managerial," he added.
Keane also denied if there is news that says Fergie held not to leave. "In the public rumors Fergie said it is difficult to understand the conditions that I experienced. But, that's not true. I am 34 years old at the time and there is a difference of opinion with his assistant, Carlos Queiroz," said Keane.
Fergie responded to criticism of himself trying to cool Keane. "He had a chance to prove themselves as managers. Remember, the manager is a difficult job," said Fergie lightly.
Compared Fergie, Keane's managerial career has not been anything. He failed with Sunderland and Ipswich Town was fired in early 2011 and then.