Part three: Escalation
Souness: The interpretation of the new law is….
Keane: That’s my opinion, that’s why I’m here.
Souness: The new law is, the new law is.
Keane: I’m here to give my opinion…
Souness: The new law…
Keane: I’m here to give my opinion and that’s not a penalty.
Souness (passive aggressive tone): I’ve listened to you say that ten times, do you want to say it again?
Keane: I don’t think it’s a penalty…
Souness: Well let someone else speak
Keane: Go ahead
Souness: You will learn a lot more if you listen rather than talk all (appears to just about himself saying f—— on air) the time.
Keane: There is plenty of air time, no problem, go ahead.
Souness: He’s not looking at the ball, the referee is directive, we have to accept that’s a penalty. We have seen a very different Argentina today, it’s not the Argentina I expected to see, they have been pragmatic and I think they have another gear to go to. If they have to go to that gear I think we are going to see it.
Keane: We are going to see a record number of penalties in this World Cup, a record number of penalties…
Souness: I thought we had moved on from that.
Keane: It’s not a penalty.
Part four: Moving on with Joe Cole
Woods: Really quickly Joe, do you think it’s a penalty?
Cole: I think it was a penalty.
Woods: Don’t make eye contact with Roy, don’t do it… (nervous laugh)