Roy Keane may be returning to management sooner than anyone had dared believe, following a conversation he allegedly had with sacked Blackburn manager Paul Ince.
Keane, who we caught up with under a railway bridge swigging meths (2007 Boots - a very good year) told this website: "I was talking to Incey (short for Incey Wincey Spider) the other day about why he wanted to go to Blackburn in the first place."
Ince, who was the first UK black manager ever to be appointed in the top flight replied: "It's quite simple, I am black and the team name has black in it - so it was obvious."
Keane thought for a bit and apparently replied: "Well then I should go to Scunthorpe."
When we told Mark Lawrenson this story he told us: "In that case I am off to manage Arsenal."