Leading pundit Michael Stewart has taken a pop at his colleagues afraid to say anything critical of the Ibrox clubs.
The former Hearts midfielder pipped Chris Sutton for the fans award as Pundit of the Year in 2017 from the Scottish Football Supporters Association.
With platforms on BBC Scotland, The Sun and over 40,000 followers on twitter Stewart has massive reach and isn’t afraid to go against the grain.
My missus has just turned to me and said “what the hell are tweeting about lamb for?”
Literally burst out laughing ???????? https://t.co/stsuSktkcm
— Michael Stewart (@mstewart_23) February 4, 2018
Despite his Hearts background he has been highly critical of Craig Levein which has got under the skin of the Tynecastle boss who has been drawn into replies.
The phrase succulent lamb was first used by James Traynor as he described sharing dinner with Dave Murray in Jersey to celebrate 10 years in charge of Ibrox.
As Traynor drooled over the promises of his dining partner he could hardly imagine that one day Murray would sell the institution for a shiny pound coin with liquidation following just over a year later.