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‘He doesn’t do irony’ ‘Sometimes you don’t need a punchline’ Kris Boyd headline raises a laugh

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Celtic fans were quick to realise the irony as Kris Boyd became an anti-racism activist.

When hundreds of Ibrox fans marched through the centre of Glasgow at the end of August chanting their hatred of Irish people in Scotland Michael Stewart was a lone voice highlighting and calling it out.

Sky Sports broadcast fans singing The Billy Boys the same day without any apology, most media pundits drooled over the incredible atmosphere inside Ibrox. Boyd was inside Ibrox in the Sky Sports studio. Songs about footballers past and present were notable in their absence.

Other than Allan McGregor and Alfredo Morelos none of the current players have a song. Celtic fans already have songs for Liel Abada and Kyogo Furuhashi.

Since Thursday Boyd and other media pundits have shown an incredible level of concern over alleged racism in Prague. The last time that the subject was topical was back in March when a different Prague club also defeated Steven Gerrard’s side.

Tomorrow at Ibrox another club formed by Irish immigrants in the late 19th century are the visitors. The chants are booing from the home supporters isn’t likely to come under scrutiny.

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2 comments

  • Scouse bhoy says:

    In all honesty where do you actually start on this opinion from the ayrshire mensa. We are now deep in trump territory here.

  • Kyogos Dream Team says:

    Just a Fat Dik wae an IQ lower than double 1 on a Dart Board lol!

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