If Wayne Rooney does indeed end up in football management, this season more than any other in his long and distinguished career will have taught him more than ever before. The team would always sit down and have a meal together, at about seven in the evening.
"I went to the toilet, came back and someone had changed the channel to something else - something stupid - I can't remember what it was".
"I said, "Where's the remote control?' He said, 'I don't know.' I said, 'You f***in" do'".
The following day, the youngster was courageous enough to enquire if Roy ever found the remote, to which the Corkman replied by telling him to "go fuck himself".
Rooney was making his debut on Sky Sports' Monday Night Football programme for tonight's Premier League clash between Watford and Chelsea.
While his level of insight and analysis has been widely praised, the former United striker also gave his own account of the infamous incident. "A few of the players were sitting there, giggling away". "To be honest, this is probably the closest Carra got to me so I'm sure he'll enjoy it as well".
"He wasn't happy and we had an argument".
"I would like to go into management".