Ipswich manager Roy Keane has apologised for his remarks criticising the Irish Football Association after Ireland’s defeat to France last week.
Keane launched a verbal attack on the FAI following Ireland’s World Cup exit thanks to a highly controversial goal scored by William Gallas.
However, Keane was surprised by the furore surrounding the play-off game and told the FAI and the team to ‘get over it’.
Keane has now apologised for his comments and admitted he made a mistake.
“The comments were perhaps over the top and I apologise to any supporter I might have offended,” he said.
“I’m 38 years of age and I’m going to make mistakes.”