Arsenal's Song launches furious attack on Man City pair Toure, Adebayor
Song reacted bitterly when asked what he thought of Kolo Toure's comments that no player had shaken hands with Adebayor in the tunnel.
Toure also moved from Arsenal to City this summer and Song fumed: "I think that Kolo is talking bull***t. He's talking nonsense. Ade was a 'big brother'. In London, I was almost living at his place, and he at mine.
"Once he went to City, it's true that our relationship was not what it had been before. I called him two or three times, and he didn't call me back.
"I'm not going to force him to do it. And I'm not going to have a laugh with him when I see him in the tunnel. Afterwards, on the pitch, he started to kick. He kicked everyone. That's not normal! He was aggressive.
"There was a free-kick in their favour and he slapped me. Coming from him - I couldn't believe it. Nobody doubts what Ade and Kolo have done for Arsenal. To say that the Gunners were not grateful to them, that's rubbish.
"I am surprised - nobody said anything bad about them, not the manager, not the players.
"Their reaction is abnormal. Kolo always was a leader on the pitch. He was always pushing us, all the time. I saw Adebayor at the end of the game and I talked to him. Calmly. The best answer for him would've been to do nothing.
"It'd have been more beautiful if he hadn't expressed his joy at scoring that way. I told him it was a really silly thing to do, really stupid.
"Yes, he disappointed me because the person I knew was not the person I met again that day."