Keane told Manchester Evening News: “Mourinho made a point last week, maybe referees should go and have a chat with the media and explain why a decision went against you. There would be no harm in that.
“I would look to defend referees, they have literally an impossible job.
“But especially the experienced people like the Graham Polls of this world and the referee last week from our game, who came down from the Premiership, you would think there is no harm in coming up and explaining you decisions instead of not even looking at you or speaking to you.
“It is not trying to hang anybody, I wish would just come in after the game and say, ‘Those are my reasons’.
“If you make wrong decisions, you have to hold your hand up and there is no harm in that. I would not have a problem with that.”