Republic of Ireland assistant manager Roy Keane has never been someone you could accuse of being the quiet and sensitive type.
Whether it was barracking teammates during his storied playing career that he didn't think measured up to his lofty standards, falling out with Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson, or storming out of the 2002 World Cup after a fierce argument with then Ireland boss Mick McCarthy, Roy was someone who couldn't escape the red mist.
His managerial and broadcast careers have proven equally explosive with his sharp tongue and no filter approach to life rubbing many the wrong way.
Keane was at it again this week when asked about whether or not the Republic of Ireland’s record goalscorer, Robbie Keane, is going to be ready to face Germany on Thursday despite the recent arrival of his second son.
"Yes, why wouldn’t he be? He didn’t have the baby. Unless he’s breastfeeding he should be all right.”
So the 35 year old LA Galaxy striker, that to my knowledge hasn't developed mammary recently, will be fully expected to follow up Ireland's shock 1-1 away draw to Germany with a result on home soil this week.