Football Association of Ireland chief executive John Delaney has hit back at Ipswich boss Roy Keane's attack on Ireland's powerbrokers after their World Cup elimination.
Manchester United legend Keane had little sympathy for the FAI's campaign to have their controversial World Cup play-off against France replayed following Thierry Henry's handball and said "what goes around comes around".
However, Delaney said this afternoon that Keane should move on from the affair, telling Sky Sports News: "It's just a side-show.
"We've all moved on from Saipan - Niall Quinn, Mick McCarthy, the FAI and all the players - but it seems to me that he (Keane) hasn't.
"It's time for him now, in my opinion, to learn from the past - not live with it.
"I really thought the images shown around the world on Friday were very sad - it's sad to see a great former player reflected in the manner as he did.
"It's time to forget about Saipan and move on - because everyone else has."