RICHARD KEYS sent Twitter into overdrive when he turned his attention to Jose Mourinho.
Mourinho had plenty to say about the opposition players diving in the build-up to Sunday’s Manchester derby.
— Richard Keys (@richardajkeys) December 12, 2017
He said of City’s top stars: “A little bit of wind and they fall”.
The aftermath of United’s 2-1 home defeat saw the controversial Portuguese refer to a “diversity” of opinion surrounding the highly publicised scuffles that broke out behind the scenes.
City coach Mikel Arteta had ‘blood pouring’ from a cut in his face, while Mourinho was allegedly pelted with a milk carton.
And former Sky Sports presenter Keys, now along with Andy Gray the face of BeIN Sports channels, was obviously keen to draw a connection from the whole scenario.
He tweeted: “Jose saying ‘diversity’ – are we sure? Broken up – the way he’s delivering it – it sounds more like ‘diver-city’. Listen again.”
But some Twitter followers were less than impressed.
Like Joshua Harwood, who posted: “Call 999 Richard Keys is losing it.”
Marc McBride replied: “I think you might have finally gone insane, Richard.”
— Joshua Harwood (@JHarwood24) December 12, 2017