On Saturday the state broadcaster decided to go ahead with an interview in which the Kilmarnock substitute justified his view on Celtic’s dressing room split with the word because!
Public service seems to have been kicked into touch to provide a platform for anyone who wishes to launch baseless attacks on Celtic.
Can Kris Boyd remember the names of his eight dogs? https://t.co/VvV5156B8Q
— BBC Sportsound (@BBCSportsound) October 9, 2018
Apparently there is a big split between the dogs, why? Just because there is
— JohnHealey67 (@johnbhoyNO7) October 9, 2018
Wow this is news worthy ? Get a grip BBC.
— JG.CFC…1 (@JosephGourlay) October 9, 2018
Somebody in the BBC decided this dross Would represent good value for money for the licence payers .
— DAVID-FEARNLEY-WEBB ???????????????????????????? ???????? ???????? ???????? (@AndyGaveUs) October 9, 2018
Billy 1, Billy 2, Billy 3, Billy 4, Billy 5, Billy 6, Billy 7, Kebab.
— Moray (@moray_newlands) October 9, 2018
Bet he can remember his 8 favourite bars of chocolate
— Titchnelo (@Titchlar81) October 9, 2018
Probably not, but I bet he can remember what he had for his tea 3 weeks ago.
— CaptainConcomitant (@StevieG1978) October 9, 2018
Aye he can surely, if they were hot dogs.
— Richard Dunbar (@JamesRichards27) October 9, 2018
— Stevie Allan is typing …. (@games247) October 9, 2018
Coming soon to BBC 1
Dogging with Kris Boyd
— Govie (@govie10) October 9, 2018
Can Kris Boyd remember how much of an EBT he received?
Can Kris Boyd remember if he received a letter of indemnity from Rangers?
— Colm (@cohcfc) October 9, 2018
How very, very sad. For the hair-transplant guy, AND the BBC.
— M.R.Auld (@HoopedAvenger) October 9, 2018
Tax Man Is Coming .
— Police State Scotland (@hoop1888) October 9, 2018
You’re just trolling everyone now. Can’t believe we have to pay a licence fee for this guff.
— John O’Reilly (@ernimojo) October 9, 2018
FFS. Can I opt out from paying for this utter guff?
— Bob Salmond (@BobSalmond) October 9, 2018
BBC nothing more than a tabloid these days, what is this nonsense? And you wonder why people begrudge the licence fee
— James Casey (@jcasey1986) October 9, 2018
Who cares? Why is this news? You’re a publicly funded body and you’re spending my money on this drivel. Stop pandering to this man.
— Gillian (@GillianM25) October 9, 2018
This is the high quality sports journalism I’m proud to see my license fee spent on.
— Vinnie Maclean (@IntentionalG) October 9, 2018
Boyd’s views, or the views he is instructed to think, are usually aired every Saturday morning in The Sun which generally provides a running commentary on Celtic’s alleged problems.
Going on message board rumours and the wishes of a former Radio Scotland presenter and news-hound Boyd has a ready market with those sickened by Celtic’s domestic dominance.
Seven successive titles and two back-to-back trebles has left deep scars at BBC Scotland with the comforting words of Boyd offering hope that their suffering may soon be over.