Oh no you di-n't!
"Jerry has done everything over the course of 16 years to protect that man, to make accommodations for him, concessions for him. He loaned him money, at times, when he needed money," Williams said.
"If he was any kind of a man, he would quit talking about things in the paper and return a phone call or come knock on someone's door. If I had the kind of problems evidently he had with me, I would go knock on his door," he said.
"We don't miss him, by the way," Williams said. "If you go out there and ask any one of my players or staff members, we don't miss him.
"We don't miss his attitude. We don't miss the whining. We don't miss it. Good riddance. See you later," he said.
Update [2006-2-26 18:4:49 by The Cheat]: The Chicago Tribune has many more quotes from Kenny's 'profanity laced tirade.' Something tells me we're not going to be seeing this interview pop up on MLB.com's Sounds of the White Sox.